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INHABITANTS, INSTITUTIONS, INCORPOEATED COMPA- 
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IN THE 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



[See Page 411.] 



1867 



Of making many books there is no end, and much study is a weariness of the flesh. 



TO FIND A NAME, YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO SPELL IT. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-Six, 

BY EDWARDS & BOYD, 
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. 



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PREFACE. 



TO FIND A NAME YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO SPELL IT. 

A Directory, in its very inception, is imperfect. Changes of abode are so 
constant, it would be necessary to print a weekly report of the removals to 
keep it correct, bnt there is a class that are not migratory, and we presume we 
have them correct. That in it errors and omissions will be found, is admitted, 
for every man becomes a critic, and many censure when the fault is with 
themselves. 

The City has been thoroughly canvassed. Some who refused their names 
will be surprised to rind them inserted. 

Much care has been taken in the compilation of the Business Directory, to 
get every business man in his proper place. It is not the object of a Directory 
to advertise merchants and their commodities, but to direct every person how 
to find a resident The Business Directory belongs to that class who trade, 
and who make their business known, hence, they only, who patronize and sup- 
port the Directory, ought to have and are entitled to its privileges, but it is in 
this, as in most else, those who pay the least complain the most. 

To the few who had conlidence'in our ability to get up a reliable Directory, 
and have advertised with us, we feel under many obligations, and hope they 
will receive a return of many fold. 

Special attention is directed to the Appendix on pageLxxxi. The information 
concerning Government, Societies, Churches. Asylums, Institutions, and local 
matters generally, is more full than has ever been published in any Indianapo- 
lis Directory heretofore, a perusal of which will well repay any reader. A 
new list of Streets has been carefully prepared, which, in our next issue, we 
will improve. 

A Directory, though not classed in the catalogue as light literature, is yet a 
book of inlinite variety, full of curious instruction, and of pregnant hints at the 
marvels of great cities. "It is a handy thing to have in the house," indispensa- 
ble in counting rooms, stores, offices, and hotels; to ladies, when going shop- 
ping, or addressing their ''invitations;" to the stranger in being directed to a 
friend, or to the citizen hunting up some out of the way individual, whose very 
next neighbor may never have heard of. 

Every man, if you will, in the Directory,, may be the clue to a romance. It 
goes through the ramifications of city life; the denizens of aristocratic man- 
sions and low alleys are mingled together, for the alphabet is inexorable ; they 
get their position as Oliver Twist got his name, u by the order of letters;" If 
you should pronounce any unnatural combination of sounds that can be ex- 
pressed in a dozen letters, on turning to the Directory you will find it a name 
belonging to somebody. Generally, the most numerous of christian names is 
John, and of surnames, Smith. An editor says there is an ancient tradition, 
he fears, of recent date, that when Adam was naming the human famity, he be- 
came fatigued as night approached, and calling the still waiting throng to him, 
said : " I have no more time to attend to you ; you shall all be called Smith." 

Few persons are acquainted with the subject of surnames, yet it is believed 
that those who will take the trouble to investigate it will not find the inquiry 
either uninteresting or unprofitable, whether applicable to the meaning of 
names or the causes of their application to individuals or families. It is not 
sufficient for a person of inquisitive mind, that he bears such and such a sur- 
name because his father and grandfather bore it; he will naturally feel desi- 
rous of knowing why and when his ancestors acquired it. And should he be 
successful in arriving at some probable conclusion respecting his own, the 
same, or perhaps an increased degree of curiosisy, will be induced in his mind 
as to those of others. If English surnames are remarkable for their variety, 
they are no less so for their number. English antiquarians are of the opinion 
that the whole number at present is between forty ahd fifty thousand, and that 
the nomenclature is on the increase. 

English surnames may be divided into the following classes : 

1. Eocal surnames, as Winchester, Wood, Hill, Green. 

2. Names derived from occupations and pursuits, as Baker, Smith, Taylor. 



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3. Names derived from dignities and offices, as King, Bishop, Lord, Earl. 

4. Names derived from personal and mental qualities, as Strong, Ilich, Noble. 

5. Names derived from christian names, as Adam, Henry, George, Edward. 

6. Names derived from natural objects, as Star, Lyon, Bird. 

7. Names derived from social relations, as Child, Cousin, Brother, Friend. 

8. Names derived from periods of time, as Spring, Summer, Day, Winter, 
New, Old. 

9. Names derived from virtues and other abstract ideas, as Love, Hope, Wis- 
dom. 

10. Names derived from colors, as Black, Brown, White, Blue. 

11. Names of contempt, as Trollope, Cruikshanks, Hussey. 

There are also other classifications, oddities and changes, which we cannot 
notice at present. 

The present Directory contains about fifteen thousand five hundred names. The 
Smiths retain their supremacy as to numbers. For the curious we subjoin the 
following table of the most uumerous names in this Directory. 

Moore 49 Thomas 33 

Morris 32 

Murphy 33 

Reynolds 28 

Riley 20 

Smith and Schmidt. . .137 
Taylor 41 



Brown 92 

Cook... 28 

Cox 26 

Davis 75 

Evans 33 

Johnson . 94 

Jones 64 

Miller 90 



Thompson 43 

White 39 

Williams 59 

Wilson 56 

Wood 37 

Wright . 44 



The spelling of names is a subject for the nomenclator. We have selected 
a few of the most prominent names in this book, to show how necessary it is 
to know how to spell a name in order to find it. Abbett, Abbott, Burroughs, 
Burrowes, Burrows, Bush, Butsch, Connely, Connelty, Conoley, Conoly, 
Conly, Dickeson, Dickison, Dickinson, Ervin, Irving, Irwin, Haines, Haynes, 
Herman, Herrmann, Hutchinson, Hutchison, Kramer, Cramer, Kuhn, Coon, 
the Mac's and Mc, Neuman, Newman, Pearce, Peirce, Pierce, Pearson, 
Pierson, Schaefer, Schaeffer, Schaffer, Shaffer, Shay, Shea, Simons, Simmons, 
Simmonds, Snider, Snyder, Schneider, Spear, Speer, Spier, Steffens, Stephens, 
Stevens. Stewart, Stuart, Thompson, Thomson, Vogt, Voigt, Yoight, Welch, 
Welsh, Walsh, Webber, Weber. 

The first Directory ever compiled in Indianapolis, was published by A. Q. 
Grooms and W. T. Smith, in 1855. Mr. Grooms is still a resident of the city, 
and may be found at the Daily Journal Office. His book contained 264 pages, 
fat with advertisements. How different from the Directory of to-day. Its 
alphabetical arrangement extended to the second letter only, thus you had to 
wade through all the Sm's ere you were sure of finding the last Smith. - 

As statistical facts of the growth of our City, we subjoin a partial list of the 
Directories published, (a complete file cannot be found.) with an approxima- 
tion to the number of names in each. 

1855. Grooms & Smith, publishers 2,250 names. 

1860. Sutherland & McEvoy, publishers 5.400 

1861. James Sutherland, publisher 7,000 

1862. Dodd, Talbott & Parsons, publishers 6,000 

1863. H. H. Dodd & Co., publishers 7.500 

1864. Buell & Williams, publishers 6,750 

1865. Hawes & Co., publishers 8,600 '• 

1866. Edwards, Greenough & Deved, publishers 12,500 l \ 

1867. Edwards & Boyd, publishers 15,500 

Taking the customary average of names in the Directory, as a basis, the 

present issue would give a population of sixty thousand inhabitants in the City. 
Were we supported as other publishers have been, we would give statistics of 
our City invaluable to every citizen, but we have already over-stepped our 
cost by far, the order of the day being to take all but give none. This rule 
we have reversed, relying on our present work as an advertisement for our 
future. 

The compiler, Wm. H. Boyd, tenders his personal thanks to kind friends 
for their assistance, and hopes another year to be more familiar with his fel- 
low-citizens. 



INDEX 



Abbreviations 185. 

Academies . . .• xciii. 

Accouchers t . . i. 

Agents Patent i. 

Agricultural Implements i. 

Agricultural Machinery i. 

Ale and Porter Bottlers i. 

Ambrotype Stock i. 

Amusements, Places of i. 

Appendix Ixxxvii. 

Apothecaries ii. 

Architects ii. 

Artificial Limbs ii. 

Artists Materials ii. 

Asylums, Hospitals, &c .cxii. 

Attorneys at Law xlix. 

Auctioneers ii. 

Auction and Sale Stables .. . . .liii. 

Awnings and Tents ii. 

Bakeries ii. 

Band Instruments- ii. 

Bands ii. 

Bank Vaults iii. 

Banks iii and cviii. 

Barrel Makers xxi. 

Basket Makers and Dealers iii. 

Bath Houses iii. 

Bell Hangers liii. 

Bell Manufacturers iii. 

Belting and Hose iii. 

Benevolent Societies xcix. 

Bible Societies cv. 

Billiard Saloons iii. 

Bird Ca^es iii. 

Blacksmiths iii. 

Blank Book Manufacturers v. 

Bleachers and Pressers v. 

Boarding Houses v. 

Boiler Makers vii. 

Boiler Purger vii. 

Bone Dust vii. 

Bonnet Blocks , vii. 

Book Binders vii. 

Booksellers and Stationers vii. 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers vii. 

Boots and Shoes, Wholesale ix. 

Bottlers xi. 

Bowling Saloons xi. 

Brass Founders xi. 

Brewers ..... xi. 

Bricklayers xi. 

Brick Yards xi. 

Brokers xi. 

Broom Manufacturers and Dealers. xi. 
Brush Makers and Dealers xi. 



Builders xiih 

Business Directory opp. p. 412. 

Butchers x i. 

Butchers' Association civ. 

Cabinet & Undertakers' Hardware, xiii. 

Cabinet Makers xiii. 

Cabinet Makers' Union civ. 

Caps, Hats and Furs xiii. 

Carpenters and Builders xiii. 

Carpenters' and Joiners' Society. . .cv. 

Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths .xv. 

Carriage Builders xv. 

Carriage Trimmings xv. 

Castings. xv. 

Catholic Benevolent Society cv. 

Cemeteries cxv . 

Chair Factories xv, 

Chamber of Commerce ; cvi. 

Champagnes xv. 

Chandeliers xv. 

Chemicals xv. 

Children's Wagons xv. 

China, Glass and Queensware xv. 

Churches xcv. 

Cistern Builders xvii. 

City Government lxxxviii. 

Civil Engineers and Surveyors. . .xvii. 

Claim Agents xvii. 

Cloak Makers xvii. 

Clocks- xvii. 

Clothing, Retail xvii. 

Clothing:, Wholesale xix. 

Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings. .xix. 

Coal Dealers .xix. 

Coal Oil Lamps xix. 

Coffee and Spice Mills xix. 

Collecting Agents xix. 

Colleges xix and xciii. 

Commissioners of Deeds f. .xix. 

Commission Merchants .xix. 

Confectionery and Fruit Stores. . .xxi. 

Contractors and Builders xxi. 

Conveyancers xxi. 

Coopers * xxi. 

Coopers Tools xxi. 

Corporations cviii. 

County Officers xc. 

Courts , xc. 

Cutlery, Dealers in xxi. 

Daguerreotypes xxi. 

Dancing Academies xxi. 

Dentist^Materials xxiii. 

Diamonds xxiii. 

Drag Saws xxiii. 

Dress and Cloak Makers xxiii. 



INDEX. 



Drugs and Medicines xxiii, 

Druids .'. . .ciii, 

Drum Head Maker xxv. 

Dry Goods xxv, 

Dyers and Scourers xxv, 

Eating Houses xxvii, 

Electric Machines xxvii. 

Embroideries, Laces, etc xxvii. 

Engine Builders .xxvii. 

Engravers, General xxvii. 

Express Companies. . . .xxvii and cxi. 

Fancy Goods xxvii. 

Feathers xxix. 

Female Bible Society : cv. 

Fenian Brotherhood ciii. 

Fire Brick Makers and Dealers. . . xix. 

Fire Works ... xxix. 

Fish, Fresh and Salt xxix. 

Fishing Tackle xxix. 

Flags and Banners xxix. 

Florists xxix. 

Flour Merchants xxix. 

Flour Mills xxix. 

Freight Agents xxix. 

Fruiterers, Retail xxxi. 

Furniture . .xxxi. 

Furs xxxi. 

Game and Poultry xxxi. 

Gas and Steam Pipe Fitters xxxi. 

Gas Company cxi. 

German Societies civ. 

Gents' Furnishing Goods xxxi. 

Gloves xxxi. 

Glue Manufacturers xxxi. 

Government, State lxxxvii. 

Governors. Patent xxxi. 

Grain Dealers xxxi. 

Grand Army of the Republic civ. 

Groceries & Provisions, Retail.. xxxiii. 

Groceries, Wholesale xxxvii. 

Gunsmiths xxxvii. 

Hair and Bristles xxxvii. 

Hair Dressers xxxix. 

Hair Ornaments and Hair Jew- 
elry xxxix. 

Halls and Public Buildings lxxxv. 

Hardware and Cutlery xxxix. 

Hardware, Cabinet Makers'. . . .xxxix. 

Harmonia Club ciii. 

Harness Makers lxvii. 

Hat Manufacturers xxxix. 

Hats, Caps and Furs xxxix. 

Hebrew Society ciii. 

Helvetia Bund. . w civ. 

Hide and Leather*T>ealers xli. 

Hoop Skirts xlx. 

Horse Powers xli. 

Hosiery and Wliite Goods xli. 

Hospitals cxii. 

Hotels xli. 

House Furnishing Goods xli. 

House Smithing = xliii. 

Hubs, Spokes and Felloes xliii. 

Ice Cream Saloons xliii. 

Independent Men's Association. ...civ. 

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Indiana State Board Agriculture, .cvi. 

Institutes, Colleges, &c xciii. 

Ice Dealers xliii. 

Insurance Agents. . xliii. 

Insurance Companies . . xliii and cix. 

Intelligence Offices xlvii. 

I. O. of Good Templars ciii. 

I. O. of B. B ciii. 

I.O. of 0. F... : ci. 

Indianapolis Order Harigari civ. 

Iron and Steel Warehouses xlvii. 

Iron Foundries xlix. 

Iron Railing Manufacturers xlix. 

Jails r xlix. 

Jewelers xlix. 

Justices of the Peace xlix. 

Laces and Embroideries . . .xlix. 

Ladies' Furnishing Goods xlix. 

Lamp Manufacturers . . xlix. 

Land Agents and Brokers... ..... .xlix. 

Last Manufacturers xlix. 

Laundry xlix. 

Lawyers xlix. 

Leather and Findings li. 

Leeches, Importer li. 

Libraries li and xev. 

Lightning Rods li. 

Lime, Plaster and Cement li. 

Linens, Irish li. 

Lithographers:* liii. 

Livery Stables liii. 

Loan Offices liii. 

Lobster Dealers liii. 

Locksmiths liiL 

LookingGlasses & Picture Frames, liii. 

Lottery Offices liii. 

Lumber Dealers. liii. 

Machine Shdps Iv and cxii. 

Maennerchoir Society civ. 

Malsters ly. 

Marble Workers and Dealers dv. 

Masonic xcix. 

Mathematical and Philosophical 

Instrument Makers r. ... Iv. 

Medical Society.. cv. 

Merchant Tailors Ixxvii. 

Metal Jc Burial Cases Iv. 

Metropolitan Literary Institute. . . .cv. 

Milliners and Millinery Goods Iv. 

Military cxi v. 

Military Agency Iv. 

Mining Companies lviiand cxi* 

Model Builders Ivii. 

Money Brokers. Ivii. 

Mouldings , Ivii, 

Mowers and Reapers. Ivii. 

Names too late cxv. 

Music and Musical Instruments. . .Ivii. 

Newpapers Ivii and cvi. 

Notaries Public Ivii, 

Notions lviii. 

Nurserymen, Seedsmen & Florists.lviiL 

Odd Fellows ci. 

Oculists and Aurists ." lviii. 

Oil... lviii. 



INDEX. 



Opticians lix. 

Organ Builders lix. 

Orphans' Asylum . cxii. 

Oyster Depots ' lix. 

Packing Boxes lix. 

Packing Houses, Beef and Fork. . lix. 

Painters lix. 

Paints, Oils and Glass . . . . . lix. 

Paper Bags .lix. 

Paper Hangers ....:*. lix. 

Paper Hangings . lx. 

Paper Mills . . lx. 

Paper Warehouses lx. 

Patent Agents. lx. 

Patent Medicines lx. 

Pattern Makers; • lx. 

Pawn Brokers \ lx. 

Perfumery and Toilet Articles. , . . lx. 

Pharmaceutists ' lx. 

Photograph Galleries lx. 

Photographic Stock and Material., .lx. 

Physicians and Surgeons .lxi. 

Piano Forte Dealers .lxiii. 

Piano Forte Makers lxiii. 

Picture Frame Manufacturers. . . lxiii. 

Pianino- Mills lxiii. 

Plaster Paris, Fire Brick and Clay lxiii. 

Plasterers. Ornamental lxiii. 

Plow Manufacturers lxiii. 

Plumbers » lxiii. 

Police, Independent lxiii. 

Political cxiv. 

Portable and Stationary Engines. lxiii. 

Portrait Painters lxiii. 

Post Office and Offices. . . .162 and cvii. 

Printers, Book and Job lxiii. 

Produce Dealers lxv. 

Public Buildings lxxxv. 

Public Schools xci. 

Publishers lxv. 

Pump Manufacturers lxv. 

Rags lxv. 

Railings lxv. 

Railroad Co's and Offices. . lxv and ex. 

Railroad Machinery Oils lxv. 

Reading Rooms lxv. 

Real Estate Agents lxv. 

Real Estate Dealers lxvii. 

Reapers and Mowers ... lxvii. 

Restaurants lxvii. 

Rolling Mill lxvii and cxii. 

Saddle and Harness Makers ... lxvii. 

Saddlery Hardware lxvii. 

Saloons lxvii. 

Sashes, Doors and Blinds lxxi. 

Saw Filer lxxi. 

Saw Manufacturers lxxi. 

Saw Mills lxxi. 

School Books lxxi. 

Schools lxxi. and xci. 

Scourers and Repairers Ixxiii. 

Scroll Sawyers . Ixxiii. 

Second Hand Stores Ixxiii. 

Secret and Benevolent Societies, xcix. 
Seedsmen Ixxiii. 



Sewing Machines Ixxiii. 

.Shingle Machines Ixxiii. 

Shirt Manufacturers Ixxiii. 

Side and Vault Lights Ixxiii. 

Silks Ixxiii. 

Silverware Ixxiii. 

Smokers' Articles Ixxiii. 

Societies xcix. 

Sons of -Temperance ; „ .ciii. 

Sporting Munitions Ixxiii. 

Stair Builders. Ixxiii. 

Stamping - Ixxiii. 

Stave and Heading Cutters Ixxv. 

State Government'. lxxxvii. 

Stationers Ixxv. 

Steam and Gas Pipe Fitters Ixxv. 

Steam Engine Builders Ixxv. 

Stencil Cutters Ixxv. 

Stereotypers Ixxv. 

Stocking Manufacturers Ixxv. 

Stone Yards and Quarries Ixxv. 

Storage Ixxv- 

Stoves and Tinware Ixxv. 

Straw Goods, Wholesale Ixxv. 

Streets lxxxi. 

Sugar Brokers lxxvii. 

Surgical Instrument Makers Ixxv. 

Surveyors lxxvii. 

Tailors, Merchant lxxvii. 

Tanners and Curriers lxxvii. 

Tanners' Oil lxxvii. 

Taxidermist lxxvii. 

Tea Dealers lxxvii. 

Teachers, Music lxxvii. 

Telegraphs lxxviii. and cxii. 

Terra Cotta Works lxxviii. 

Threshing Machines lxxviii. 

Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Work- 
ers ' lxxviii. 

Tinners' Tools and Stock lxxviii. 

Tobacco Dealers lxxviii. 

Toy Stores lxxviii. 

Trimmings, Dress lxxviii. 

Trunks, Traveling Bags and 
Valises lxxviii. 

Truss Manufacturers lxxviii. 

Turners lxxviii. 

Turners Society civ. 

Typographical Union cv. 

Umbrella Makers lxxviii. 

Undertakers lxxviii. 

United States Offices cxiii. 

Upholsterers lxxix. 

Veterinary Surgeons lxxix. 

Vinegar Manufacturers lxxix. 

Violins lxxix. 

Wagon Makers lxxix. 

War Claim Agents lxxix. 

Washing Machines .lxxix. 

Water Works Company cxii. 

Watches and Jewelry lxxix. 

Watch Makers' Materials lxxix. 

Wig and Toupee Makers lxxix. 

Window Glass, Wholesale lxxix. 

Window Shades lxxx. 



INDEX. 



Wines and Liquors lxxx. 

Wood and Coal Dealers, xix. and lxxx.* 

Wooden and Willow Ware lxxx. 

Wool Dealers lxxx. 



Woolen Goods lxxx. 

Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion cv. 

Young Men's Library Society cv. 



. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS- 

American Express Company lxiv 

Atkins E. C. & Co. '. Front cover, 

Barnard J , , viii 

Bellefontaine Railroad •. Front inside 

Bell & France.. * xxx 

Benbani & Co '. lvi and lxyii 

Bergmann Francis '". . . . l 

Buell Chester H. . . ■. : . .' lx 

Butterfield J. A. & Co Every" other page 

Cabinet Makers' Union xxviii 

Chandler 1L C. & Co xxxvi 

Chicago and Great Eastern Railroad ...".... cxvi 

Copeland J- W xlviii 

Daggett & Co xliv 

Evans & Rice 207, 217, 233, 249, 265, 281, 297, 313, 329, 345, 361 

Folsom & Olin xx 

Foster, Hollowav & Co lxxxvi 

Fowler W. S. & Co 412 

Gazette Company xvi 

Georgi & Hack lii 

Glenn W. & H •. : Front edge 

Goodyear William iv 

Gramling J. & P xl 

Greer James , lii 

Graver ct Baker Sewing Machine Company lvi and lxxh 

Haugh B. F xiv 

Helm Adam 221, 227, 237, 243. 255 

Herald Company lxviii 

Hereth J. C. & Bro xxxviii 

Hermann F. J x 

Hey wood J. E xxxiv 

Hill John F lxvi 

Hunter Thomas ... lxx 

Indianapolis Female Institute '.-. lxii 

Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Railroad * xlvi 

Indiana Female College xvni 

Jeffersonville Railroad . cxvni 

Journal lxx 

Kiefer & Myers : liv 

Lehrritter C l 

Mayer Charles & Co xliv 

May he w & Fearnlus x 

Merchants Union Express Company xxn 

Merrill & Co vi 

Metropolitan Theatre lii 

Milender & Clancey lix 

Miller A. R . xl 

Munson David xxvi 

National Hotel xxxn 

Keiman Laha vni 

Cutting & Wood • xlii 

Pen drey BT. S» Paster 

Perrine T. B xxxvi 

Pickerill S.J *. viii 

Pittsburg, Columbus and Cincinnati Railroad cxyh 



INDEX. 



Purely William xib 

fteitz Frank A. xx 

lleyer & Thorns Back cover and lxxvi 

Rhodius George lxxni 

Rickard Thomas 3G1, 365, 371, 381, 387 

Sehmedel & Fricker xxxvi 

Sch mitz Jacob lii 

Seatou E. A Front inside cover 

Sherman House Opposite front inside 

Shurtleff & Macauley xlviii 

Siersdorfer Louis .l 

Sin ker & Co vm 

Smith & Ileywood xxxiv 

Smithmyer John L x and xxxvi 

Steftens K. F xl 

Steft'ens & Schneider lxxvi 

Taggart Samuel xlviii 

Trayser & Robinson lxxiv 

United States Express Company lxiv 

Voe<>-tle & JVIetzgei* , xxiv 

•* Volksblatt" 412 

Wallace Andrew Back cover 

Weber John A. & Bro liv 

Willard & Stowell Paster 

Woelz Charles A. liv 

Woodbridge John & Co 411 



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TAX PAYEES' ADYISER', 
ISSUED BY AUTHORITY. 



3ST .A. T I O 1ST .^ L 




LAW. 



FOUR HUNDRED MILLION OF DOLLARS 

ANNUAL REYENUE; 

SYNOPSIS OF THE LAW, 
EVERY MAN TO MAKE A REPORT OF HIS INCOME. 

EMBRACING ALSO, 

A Complete Alphabetically Arranged List of all Incomes 
as returned to the Assessors of the 

VARIOUS LAR&E CITIES OF THE WEST. 



JOHN HUBBARD JONES, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW. 



FOR SAL.H1 .A.T 

CINCINNATI: CHICAGO: ST. LOUIS: 

GEO. N. LEWIS. JOHN R. WALSH. J. M. CRAWFORD. 

And by all News Dealers and Booksellers throughout the country. 



TAX PAYERS' ADVISEE 



1ST ATI O N A3L, 



TAX LAW. 



The following important provisions of the new 
Internal Revenue Law ate published for the in- 
formation of our readers : 

Every person, whether liable to taxation or 
not, must report, find it will be no excuse that 
they did not receive any notice. Assessments 
will be made on failure to report, and payments 
will be enforced as on judgments by default 
against all who fail to report on or before the 
first Monday in May of each year. 

The penalties are twenty-five per cent, addi 
tional for all failure to report, and one hundred 
per cent, for false return ; $1,000 fine and cne 
year's imprisonment for false return or failure to 
obey assessor's summons (sec. 14 and 15), for 
doing business without license, $500 fine and two 
years' imprisonment (sec. 73), for failure to re- 
port, forfeiture of goods, etc. 

INCOME TAX. 
Incomes must be given in detail, as per sched- 
ule, which is not open to public inspection, and 
must be sworn to, and are subject to two rates of 
tax, 5 per cent, on all incomes over $600, and 
not exceeding $10,000, 10 per cent, on excess 
over $10,000. Thus on $10,000 net income the 
tax is $720 ; on $20,000, $1,720. income from U. 
S. Securities and all other sources, and from any 
part of the world, of all persons residing here, 
whether citizens or not, and all citizens residing 
abroad, all profits from business, rent, net profit 
from real estate purchased within the year, stocks 
or other property, interest accrued if collectable, 
and all shares of gains in companies, etc., wheth- 
er divide.d or not, etc., etc., are all alike taxable. 
Income in gold must be reported in currency 
value. The income is for the year 1864 from 
January Lit, to December 31st, and no losses 
since January 1st, 1865, must in any way be de- 
ducted from the income of 1864. 

THE LEGAL DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOMES- 
The deductions from the income aie $600, but 
allowed only one in any family of parents and 
minor children. Amounts of tax legally with- 
held from dividends, etc., all national, State, 
county, and municipal taxes actually paid within 
the ye r ; salaries over $600 in the U. S. service, 
from which the tax was withheld ; rent of resi- 
dence actually paid within the year ; interest 
paid on any actual incumbrance on property 
yielding income, expeusesof ordinary repair not 
exceeding the average of rive years, and not in- 
cluding improvements or betterments, such as 



water rents, sewer assessments, or incumbrances 
on unproductive property held for increase of 
value. Consuls of foreign governments, not 
United States citizens, are exempt from tax on 
income from property in their own country, and 
from official emoluments, if their government 
give such exemption to our Consuls; but the 
carriages, plate, and income from property or 
business in this country are taxable. The gov- 
ernments nivin.ir such exemptions to our Consuls 
are understood to be those of [the different gov- 
ernments who give similar privileges to our con- 
suls are here named] consuls of all other coun- 
tries are liable to tax on their entire income, from 
property at home or here, and from their official 
emoluments. 

LICENSES. 

Pedlars will state whether he travels on foot or 
with horses, giving the number (goods forfeited 
if without licenses,), what he sells, jewelry, or 
original packages of goods; pedlars must state 
their age, and if between 20 and 45, state where 
they are enrolled, or if exempted. Hotel and inn- 
keepers stat their rentals or the Assessor must 
estimate it ('likely pretty high;. Bankers state 
the amount of their capital. Dealers, pawnoro- 
kers, cattlebrokers, producebrokers, auctioneers, 
photographers, butchers, builders, and contrac- 
tors will state their estimated saLsand contracts. 
Wholesale dealers the amount of their last year's 
sales. Assayers the estimated value of metals 
to be assayed; substitute brokers must report 
the number of substitutes procured and pay $1-0 
per head and $100 license. All licenses given 
from May 1st, 1865, or the time business com- 
mences, to May 1st, 1866. All persons, except 
lawyers, physicians, surgeons, dentists, cattle 
brokers, horse dealers, auctioneers and pedlars, 
must transact their business or profession only 
at the places designated in the license, but per- 
sons moving or selling can transfer their license 
on application to the Assessor. For all persons, 
except lawyers, conveyancers, claim agents, 
patent agents, physicians, surgeons, dentists, 
cattle brokers, horse dealers and pedlars, one 
license will do for the firm. Every business re- 
quires a separate license, but bankers may act 
as brokers hose dealers as livery stable keepers, 
lawyers as conveyancers and claim agents. 
Hotel keepers, wholesale and retail dealers, ii n n 
keepers, and eating-house keepers as tobacco" 
nists ; wholesale and retail dealers and eating- 
house keepers as confectioners ; wholesale and 



140 TAX PAYERS' ADVISER — UNITED STATES STAMP DUTIES. 



retail dealers as apothecaries, and butchers as 
retail dealers; distillers must give bonds. 

Manufacturers of segars will hereafter be re- 
quired to give a bond to comply with the law, 
and lottery dealers must give a bond to have 
their tickets stamped. After this date the gen- 
eral rate of tax on manufactures will be 6 instead 
of 5 per cent. Legacies and successions to real 
estate should be reported as they occur to the 
assessor. Manufacturers, auctioneers, brokers, 
slaughterers of cattle, railroad, steamboat.express 



and ferry boats, insurance, telegraph companies, 
and banks.and managers or owners of theatres, 
operas, lotteries and advertisements, must make 
monthly and quarterly returns. Parents, guar- 
dians, trustees, executors, etc., of minors under 
their care (if they fail to report themselves). 
All returns must be sworn to, and names and 
residence given in full. Those proposing to 
change their residences during the year, will so 
state, with the place (if known) to which they 
will remove. 



TJISTITEID STATES 



STAMP DUTIES, 

AS "WENT INTO EFFECT APRIL FIRST, 1865. 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT of Deeds exempt 
Affidavit $ 05 

Affidavit in suits or legal proceedings. . . .exempt 

Agreement or Appraisement (for each 
sheet or piece of paper on which the 
same is written ) 05 

Assignment or transfer of mortgige, 
lease, or policy of insurance the same 
duty as the original instrument 

Assignment, ordinary, as of law, with- 
out guarantee exempt 

Assignment of patent right 05 

BANK checks, drafts or orders, etc., 
at sight or on demand 02 

Bill of Exchange (foreignj drawn in, but 
payable out of the United States, each 
bill or set of three or more, must be 
stamped. 

For every bill of each set, where the sum 
made payable does not exceed one hun- 
dred dollars, or the equivalent thereof 
in any foreign currency in which such 
bills may be expressed, according to 
the stand of value fixed by the United 

States 02 

For every additional hundred dollars, or 
fractional part thereof in excess of one 

hundred dollars 02 

(Foreign) drawn in, but payable out of 
the United States (if drawn singly or in 
duplicate) pay the same duty as Inland 
Bills of Exchange. 

(The acceptor or acceptors of any bill 
of exchange, or order for the payment 
of any sum of money drawn , or purport- 
ing to be drawn, in any foreign country 
but payable in the United States, must, 
before paying or accepting the same, 
place thereupon a stamp indicating the 
duty). 

Bills of Exchange (inland), draft or order, 



payable otherwise than at sight or on 
demand, and any promissory note, 
whether payable on demand or at a 
time designated (except bank notes is- 
sued for circulation, and checks made 
and intended to be, and which shall be, ' 
forthwith presented for payment), for a 
sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. 05 

For every additional $100, or fractional 

part thereof 05 

(The warrant of attorney to confess 
judgment on a note or bond is exempt 
from stamp duty, if the note or bond is 
properly stamped). 

Bills of Lading of vessels for ports of the 
United States or British North Ameri- • 
ca exempt 

Bills of Lading, or receipt for goods, to 
any foreign port, every bill of each set. 10 

Bill of Sale, of any vessel or part thereof, 
when the consideration does not exceed 
five hundred dollars 50 

Bill of Sale, exceeding $500. and not ex- 
ceeding $1000 1 00 

Bill of Sale, exceeding $1000, for each $500 
or fractional part thereof 50 

Bill of Sale, of personal property (other 
than ship or vessel,) 05 

Bond, personal, for the payment of money 
(See Mortgage,). 

Bond, official 1 00 

Bond, for indemnifying any person for 
the payment of any sura of money, 
where the money ultimately recoverable 
thereupon is $1000, or less 50 

Bond, where the money recoverable ex- 
ceeds $1000, for every additional $1000, 
or fractional part thereof 50 

Bonds — county, city and town bonds, rail- 
road and other corporation bonds and 
scrip, are subject to stamp duty. (See 
Mortgage.) 



TAX PAYERS' ADVISER — UNITED STATES STAMP DUTIES. 



141 



Bonds of any description, other than such 
as are required in legal proceedings, 
and such as are not otherwise charged 
in this Schedule 25 

CERTIFICATES of deposit in any bank, 
sum not exceeding $100 02 

over $100 05 

Certificates of stock in an incorporated 
company 25 

Certificates, general 05 

Certificates of record, upon the instru- 
ment, and upon the book exempt 

Certificates of weights and measurement 
of animals, coal, wood, other articles, 
except weighers' and measurers' re- 
turns exempt 

Certificates of qualification of a justice of 
the peace, commissioner of deeds, or 

notary public 05 

of search of records 05 

that certain papers are on file 05 

that papers cannot be found 05 

of redemption of land sold for taxes. . . 05 

of birth, marriage and death 05 

of qualification "of teachers 05 

Certificates of profit in an incorporated 

company, between $10 and $50 10 

between $50 and $1000 25 

every additional $1000 or part 25 

Certificates of damage, or otherwise, and 
all other certificates or documents 
issued by any port warden, marine sur- 
veyor, or person acting as such 25 

[As a general rule, every certificate 
which has, or may have, a legal value 
in any court] 05 

Charter party, or letter, memorandum or 
other writing between the captain, 
owner, or agent of any ship, vessel or 
steamer, and any other perpon, relating 
to the charter of the same, if the regis- 
tered tonnage of said ship, vessel or 
steamer, does not exceed one hundred 
and fifty tons 1 00 

Charter party, exceeding one hundred 
and fifty tons, and not exceeding three 
hundred tons 3 00 

Charter party exceeding three hundred 
tons, and not exceeding six hundred 
tons 5 00 

Charter party, exceeding six hundred 
tons 10 00 

Check, draft or order for the payment of 
any sum of money exceeding $10. drawn 
upon any person other than a bank, 
banker or trust company, at sight or on 
demand 02 

Contract. (See agreement.) 

Contract— Broker's 10 

Conveyance, deed, instrument, or writ- 
ing, whereby lands, tenements, or oth- 
er realty sold shall be conveyed, the 
actual value of which does not exceed 
$500 50 

Conveyance, exceediug $500, and not ex- 
ceeding $1000 1 00 

Conveyance for every additional $500, or 
fractional part thereof in excess of 
$1000 50 

ENDORSEMENT of any negotiable in- 
strument exempt 

Entry of any goods, wares or merchandise 
at any custom-house, either for con- 



sumption or warehousing, not exceed- 
ing $100 in value 25- 

Entry, exceeding $100 and not exceeding 

$500 in value 50 

Entry exceeding $500 in value 1 00 

Entry for the withdrawal of any goods or 
merchandise from bonded warehouse. . 50 

G AUGERS' returns, if for quantity not 
exceeding 500 gallons gross 10 

Gaugers' returns, exceeding 500 gallons 25 

INSURANCE (marine, inland and firp,) 
where the consideration paid for the 
insurance in cash, premium notes, or 
both does not exceed $10 10 

Insurance (marine, inland and fire,) ex- 
ceeding $10, and not exceeding $50 25 

Insurance (marine, inland and fire,) ex- 
ceeding $"0 50 

Insurance (life,) when the amount in- 
sured does not exceed $1000 25 

Insurance (life,) exceeding $1000 and not 
exceeding $5000 50 

Insurance (life) exceeding $5000 1 00 

Insurance (life,) limited to injury to per- 
sons wh le traveling exempt 

LEASE of lands or tenements, where 
rent does not exceed $300 per an- 
num 50 

Lease exceeding $300, for each additional 
$200, or fractional part thereof in excess 
of $300 50 

Lease perpetual, subject to stamp duty as 
a conveyance, the stamp duty to be 
measured by resolving the annual rent- 
al into a capital sum. 

Lease clause of guaranty of payment of 
rent incorporated or indorsed, five cents 
additional. 

MANIFEST for custom house entry or 
clearance of the cargo of any ship, 
vessel or steamer for a foreign port, if 
the registered tonnage of such ship, 
vessel or steamer does not exceed 300 
tons 1 00 

Manifest exceeding 300 tons, and not ex- 
ceeding 600 tons 3 00 

Manitest exceeding 600 tons 5 00 

Measurers' returns, if for quantity not 
exceeding one thousand bushels 10 

Measurers' returns exceeding one thous- 
and bushels 25 

Mortgage, trust deed, bill of sale, or per- 
sonal bond for the payment of money 
exceeding $100, and not exceeding 
$500 50 

Mortgage exceeding $500, for every addi- 
tional $500, fractional part thereof in 
excess of $500 50 

PAWNERS' checks 05 

Pension papers — powers of attor- 
ney and all other papers relating to 
applications for bounties, arrearages of 
pay or pensions, or to receipt thereof, .exempt 

Passage ticket from United States to a 
foreign port, costing not more than $35 50 

Passage tickets from the United States to 
a foreign port costing more than $35, 
and not exceeding $50 100 

Passage ticket for every additional $50 



142 TAX payers' adviser— united states stamp duties. 



or fractional part thereof in excess of 

$50 1 00 

Power of attorney to sell or transfer 

stock, or collect dividends thereon 25 

Power of attorney to vote at election of 
incorp >rate company 10 

Power of attorney to receive or collect 

rents 25 

Power of attorney to sell, or conveyor 

rent, or lease real estate 1 00 

Power of attorney for any other purpose 50 

Probate of will, or Utters of administra- 
tion, where the value of both real and 
personal estate does not exceed $2000 1 00 

Probate of will, for every additional 
$1000, or fractional part thereof in ex- 
cess of $2000 50 

Probate of will, bonds of executors, ad- 
ministrators, guardians and trustees, 
are each subject to a stamp duty of. . . 50 

Probate of will, certificate of appoint- 
ment 0') 

Protest upon bill, note, check or draft. . . 25 

Promissory note — (see bills of exchange 
inland.) 

Promissory deposit note to mutual insu- 
rance companies, wlien policy is sub- 
ject to duty exempt 

Promissory renewal of, subject to same 
duty as an original note. 



a 



UIT-CLATM deed, to be stamped as a 
conveyance, except when given as 
release of a mortgage by the mortga- 
gee to the mortgager, in which case it 
is exempt 



RECEIPT for the payment of any sura 
of money or debt due exceeding $20, 
or for the delivery of any property. ... 02 

Receipt for satisfaction of any mortgage 
or j idgment, or decree of any court. . .exempt 

SHERIFF'S return on writ, or other 
process exempt 



*RUST deed, made to secure a debt to 
be stamped as a mortgage. 



Trust deed, conveying estate to Trustees, 
to be stamped as a conveyance. 

WAREHOUSE receipt for any goods, 
wares or merchandise, not other- 
wise provided for, deposited or stored 
in any public or private warehouse, not 

exceeding $500 in value 10 

j Warehouse receipts exceeding $500, and 

not exceeding $1000 20 

Warehouse receipts exceeding $1000 for 
j every additional $1000 or fractional 

part thereof in excess of $1000 01 

Warehouse receipt for any goods not oth- 

j erwise provided for, stored or deposited 

in any public or private warehouse or 

yard 25 

I Weigher's Returns — for weight not ex- 

I ceeding500 ft* 10 

Exceeding 500 His 25 

WRITS AND LEGAL DOCUMENTS. 

Writs, or other original process by which 
any suit is commenced in any court of 
record, either of law or equity 50 

Writ, or other original process issued by 
a court not of record, where the amount 
claimed is $100, or over 50 

Upon every confession of judgment or 
cognovit' for $100, or over, except in. 
cases where the tax for a writ has 
been paid 50 

Writs or other process on appeals 
from justices' courts, or other courts of 
inferior jurisdiction, to a court of 
record 50 

Warrant of distress, when the amount of 
rent claimed does not exceed $100. ... 25 

Warrant of distress, when the amount 
exceeds $100 50 

Writs, summons, and other process issued 
by a justice of the peace, police or mu- 
nicipal court of no greater jurisdiction 
than a justice of the peace in the 
same St-ite exempt 

Writs, and other-process in any criminal 
or other suits commenced by the United 
States in any State exempt 

Official documents, instruments, and 
. papers issued or used by officers of the 
United States Government exempt 



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THEE 



NATIONAL TAX LAW. 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL SUMMARY OP 



Rates, Licenses, Duties and Excises Imposed. 



ADVERTISEMENTS inserted in news- 
papers, magazines, reviews, or any- 
other publication, on gross receipts for. 3 per ct. 

Advertisements, all receipts for, to the 
amount of $600 exempt 

Advertisements in newspapers, whose 
average circulation does not exceed 
2,000 copies exempt 

Affidavits in suits exempt 

Agents, insurance, (see "Insurance 
Agents,") $10 00 

Agreements, for each sheet or piece of 
paper on which written, stamp duty. . . 5 cents 

Agreements for the hire, use or rent of 
any land, tenement or portion thereof, 
(see " Lease,") 50 cts. 

Alcohol, made or manufactured of spirits 
or materials upon which the duties im- 
posed by this act shall have been paid, 
is not to be considered a manufacture. 

Ale, per barrel of 31 gallons, fractional 
parts of a barrel to p:iy proportionally, 
(see "Malt Liquors,") 1 00 

Ambrotypes, same as " Photographs." 

Ammoniacal liquor and the products of 
the manufacture of ammoniacal liquor 
produced in the manufacture of illumi- 
nating gas exempt 

Animal oils, per gallon 6 cents 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or value of which does not exceed 
25 cents, stamp duty 1 cent 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or value of which exceeds 25 
cents, and does not exceed GO cents, 
stamp duty 2 cents 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or value of which exceeds 50 
cents, and does not exceed 75 cents, 
stamp duty 3 cents 

Anodynes, exceeding 75 cents, and not 
exceeding $1 4 cents 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or value of which exceeds $1, for 
each and every 50 cents and fractional 
part thereof over and above $1, an ad- 
ditional stamp duty of 2 cents 

Apothecaries, under which term is in- 
cluded every person who keeps a shop 
or building where medicines are com- 
pounded or prepared, according to pre- 
scriptions of physicians, or where medi- 
cines are sold. Wholesale and retail 



dealers who have taken out a license 
therefor shall not be required to take 
out a license as apothecar v, nor shall 
apothecaries, who have tiken out a 
license as such, be required to take out 
a license as retail dealers in liquors, in 
consequence of selling alcohol, wines, or 
spirituous liquors used for medicinal 
purposes, for license 10 00 

Apothecaries, who-e gross annual sales do 
not exceed $1,000 exempt 

Appraisements of value or damage, on 
each sheet or piece of paper on which 
written, a stamp duty of 5 cents 

Architects and civil engineers, under 
wiiich term is included every person 
whose business it is to plan, design or 
superintend the construction of build- 
ings or ships, or of roads, or bridges, 
or canals, or railroads, provided tnat 
this act shall not include a practical 
carpenter who labors on a building, for 
license 10 00 

Assayers, assaying gold and silver, or 
either, of a value not exceeding in one 
year $250,000. shall pay $100 for each 
license, and $200 when the value exceeds 
$250,000, and does not exceed $500,000, 
and $300, when the value exceeds 
$500,000. 

Any person or persons, or corporation 
whose business it is to separate gold 
and silver from any other metals or 
mineral substances with which such 
gold or silver or both are alloyed, com- 
bined or united, or to ascertain or de- 
termine the quantities of gold or silver 
in any alloy or combination with other 
materials, shall be deemed an assayer. 

Assignment on mortgage, stamp duty 
same as on the origiual instrument. 

Assignment of policies of insurance, stamp 
duty same as on the original instru- 
ment. 

Assignment of lease, stamp duty the same 
as on original instrument, increased by 
a stamp duty on the consideration or 
value of the assignment equal to that 
imposed upon the conveyance of land 
for similar consideration or value. 

Auctioneers, under which term is includ- 
ed every person whose business it is to 
offer property for sale to the highest 



144 



TAX PAYERS' ADVISER — THE NATIONAL TAX LAW, 



and best bidder, for license, whose an- 
nual sales do not exceed $10,000 10 00 

Auctioneers, whose sales exceed $10,000. 20 00 

Auction sales of goods, real estate, mer- 
chandise, articles and things, including 
all sales of stocks, bonds and other se- 

" curities, on gross amount of sales, J of 1 per ct. 

Awnings, made of cotton, flax or hemp, 
or part of either, or other material. . . .6 perct. 

Awnir-igs, the sewing or pasting of the ma- 
terial whereof belonged to the employer, 
when the cloth or material from which 
made was imported or has been sub« 
ject to or paid a duty, taxed only on 
the increased value. 

BAGS, made of cotton, flax or hemp, or 
part of either, or other material. . . .G per ct. 

Bags, the sewing or pasting of , same as 
" Awnings." 

Band iron,9(see " Iron,") per ton 3 60 

Banks, on average amount of deposits, 
each month 1-24 of 1 perct. 

Banks, on average amount of circulation, 
each mouth 1-12 of 1 per ct. 

Banks, on all State bank notes after July 
1, 1866 10 per ct. 

Banks, on average amount of capital of 
any bank, association, company or cor- 
poration, or person engaged in the 
business of banking, beyond the amount 
invested in United States bonds, each 
month 1-24 of 1 perct. 

Banks, on the average amount of circula- 
tion issued beyond 90 per cent, of the 
capital, and upon any amount of such 
circulation beyond the average amount 
of the circulation that has been issued 
for the six months preceding July 1, 
1864, additional tax of 1-6 of 1 per ct. 

Banks, on all dividends 5 per ct. 

Banks, (not making dividends,) on pro- 
fits 5 per ct. 

Banks, savings, that have no capital 
stock, and whose business is confined 
to receiving deposits and loaning the 
same for the benefit of their depositors, 
and which do no other business of 
bankiug, shall pay ou their deposits, 
monthly 1-24 of 1 per ct. 

Bank check, draft or order for the pay- 
ment of any sum of money whatever, 
drawn on any bank, banker or trust 
company, or for any sumexceediugten 
dollars drawn upon any other person or 
persons, companies or corporations, at 
sight or on demand 2 cents 

Bankers, using a capital not exceeding 
$50,000, for license 100 00 

Bankers, using a capital exceeding 
$50,000, for every additional $1,000 in 
excess of $50,000 2 00 

Every person, firm or company, and every 
incorporated or other bank, having a 
place of business where credits are 
opened by the deposit or collection of 
money or currency, subject to be paid 
or remitted upon draft, check or order, 
or where money is advanced or loaned 
on stocks, bonds, bullion, bills of ex- 
change or promissory notes, or where 
stocks, bonds, bullion, bills of exchange 
or promissory notes are received for 
discount or sale, shall be regarded as 
bankers. 

Bankers, savings banks, except such as 



have no fixed capital, and whose busi- 
ness is confined to receiving deposits 
and loaning. the same, and who do no 
other business of banking, for license 
as banker $100 

Barges, on gross receipts, where the gross 
receipts are $1 ,000 per annum 2| per ct. 

Barks, hulls of, hereafter built or finish- 
ed 2 1-5 per ct. 

Barytes, sulphate of, 100 pounds. . .14 4-10 cents 

Beer, per barrel of 31 gallons, fractional 
parts of a barrel to pay proportionately 
(see '• Malt Liquors ") 1 00 

Benzine, per gallon 20 cts, 

Benzole, per gallon 20 cts. 

Bibles, and all parts of the same (see 
" Books ") 5 per ct. 

Bicarbonate of soda, per pound 6 mills 

Billheads printed, printed cards and print- 
ed circulars, law blanks, conveyancers' 
blanks, and other printed forms, ad va- 
lorem 6 per ct. 

Billiard tables, kept for use, for each table 10 00 

Billiard rooms, for license for each table. 10 00 

Bill of exchange (.inland), draft, or order 
for the payment of any sum of money, 
otherwise*than at sight or on demand, 
for every one hundred dollars or frac- 
tional parts thereof 5 Cts. 

Bills of exchange (foreign). The acceptor 
or acceptors of any bill of exchange or 
order for the payment of any sum of 
money drawn, or purporting to have 
been drawn, in any foreign country, 
. but payable in the United States, shall, 
before paying or accepting the same, 
place thereon a stamp indicating the 
duty. 

Bills of exchange (foreign), drawn in, 
but payable out of the United States, if 
drawn singly, or if drawn otherwise 
than in sets of three or more, according 
to the custom of merchants and bank- 
ers, same as bill of exchange (inland). 

Bills of exchange (foreign), if drawn in 
sets of three or more, for every bill of 
each set, where the sum made payable 
shall not exceed $100, or its equivalent 
thereof in any foreign currency 2 cts. 

Bills of exchange (foreign), for every ad- 
ditional $100, or fractional part thereof, 
in excess of $100 2 cts. 

Bills of lading, other than charter party, 
for any goods, merchandise or effects, 
to be exported from a port or place in 
the United States to any foreign port 
or place, a stamp duty of 10 cts. 

Bills of sale, by which any ship or vessel, 
or any part thereof, shall be conveyed 
to or vested in any other person or per- 
sons, when the consideration shall not 
exceed $500, stamp duty 50 cts. 

Bills of sale, by which any ship or vessel, 
or any part thereof, shall be conveyed 
to or vested in any other person or per- 
son^, when the consideration exceeds 
$500, and does not exceed $1,000, stamp 
duty 1 00 

Bills of sale, by which any ship or vessel, 
or any part thereof, shall be conveyed 
to or vested in any other person or per- 
sons, for each and every additional 
amount of $500, or any fractional part 
thereof in excess of $1,000 50 cts. 

Binders' boards 3 6-10 per ct. 

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Boards (" lumber ") are not to be con- 
sidered a manufacture. 

Boilers, of all kinds 6 per ct. 

J83T When such boilers bave been once 
assessed and a duty previously paid 
thereon, the amount so paid shall be de- 
ducted from the duties on the finished 
engine. 

Bolts, see " Iron " and " Brass." 

Bonds of canal companies 5 per ct. 

Bunds, auction sales of, on gross amounts 
of sales | of 1 per ct. 

Bonds indemnifying any person for the 
payment of any sum of money where 
the money ultimately recoverable there- 
upon is $1,000 or less, a stamp duty of. 50 cts. 

Bonds indemnifying any person for the 
payment of any sum of money where 
the money ultimately recoverable there- 
upon exceeds $1,000, for every addi- 
tional $1,000 or fractional part thereof 
in excess of $1,000 50 cts. 

Bonds for the due execution or perform- 
ance of the duties of any office 1 00 

Bonds of any description, other than such 
as are icquired in legal proceedings 
and such as are not otherwise charged, 
a stamp duty of 25 cts. 

Bond for deed or conveyance of land 25 cts. 

Bone dust exempt 

Bone, manufactures of, wholly or in part, 
if not otherwise specified, ad valorem. 6 per ct. 

Books, including bibles, testaments, or 
volumes consisting of only parts of 
either, prayer books, arithmetics, spel- 
ling books, geographies, grammars and 
primary books used in schools, and all 
books printed by religious societies for 

the use of Sunday schools 5 per ct. 

J36§™ The duty upon printed books, 
magazines, etc., is to be paid by the 
publisher. 

Bootmakers, making articles to order, as 
custom work, and not for sale general- 
ly, shall, to the amount of $600, be ex- 
empt from duty ; and for any excess 
beyond the amount of $600 shall pay a 
duty of 3 per ct. 

Boots, ready made 3 6-10 per ct. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
retail price or value of which, contents 
included, does not exceed 25 cents, a 
stamp duty of. 1 ct. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
retail price or value of which, contents 
included, exceeds 25 cents, but does not 
exceed 50 cents, stamp duty 2 cts. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
retail price or value of which, contents 
included, exceeds 50 cents, but does not 
exceed 75 cents 3 cts. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
value of which, contents included, shall 
exceed 75 cents, and shall not exceed 
$i 4 cts. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
value of which, contents included, ex- 
ceeds $1, for each and every 50 cents 
or fractional part thereof over and 
above $1, an additional stamp duty of. 2 cts. 

Bowling alleys, for each alley, duty for 
license 10 00 

Boxes, containing medicines, etc., same 
as " Bottles," which see. 

Brandy, distilled from grapes, per gallon. 50 cts. 



Brandy, distilled from apples or peaches, 
per gallon 1 50 

Brass, pigs, ingots or bars 3 6-10 per ct. 

Brass, rolled, in rods or sheets 3 6-10 per ct. 

Brass, made of copper and spelter, on 
which a duty of three per cent, ad va- 
lorem shall have been assessed and paid, 
additional on the increased value. 3 6-10 per ct. 

Brass, all manufactures of 6 per ct. 

Brass nails, rivets, etc 3 6-10 per ct. 

Bread and breadstuff's exempt 

Brewers, under which term is included 
every person who manufactures fer- 
mented liquors, of any name or descrip- 
tion, for sale, from malt, or any substi- 
tute therefor, wholly or in part, for 
license 50 00 

Brewers, who manufacture less than 500 

barrels per year, for license 25 00 

Bricks ". 3 6-10 per ct. 

Bridges, tolls 3 per ct. 

Bristles, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Brokers, under which term is included 
every person, firm or company whose 
business it is, as a broker, to negotiate 
purchases or sales of stocks, exchange, 
bullion, coined money, bank notes, pro- 
missory notes or other securities, for 

themselves or others, for license. 50 00 

J8® 3 Persons holding a license as 
banker are not required to take out one 
as a broker. 

Brokers, commercial, under which term 
is included every person whose business 
it is, as a broker, to negotiate sales or 
purchases of goods, wares, produce or 
merchandise, not otherwise provided 
for, or seek orders therefor in original 
or unbroken packages, or to negotiate 
freights and other business for the own- 
ers of vessels, or for shippers or con- 
signees, or consignees of freight carried 
by vessels, for each license 20 00 

Brokers, upon all sales of merchandise, 
produce, or other goods £ of 1 per ct. 

Brokers upon all sales and contracts for 
sales of stocks and bonds, 1-20 of 1 per 
cent, on the par value thereof. 

Brokers on all sales of foreign exchange, 
promissory notes, or other securities, 
1-20 of 1 per cent, on the amount of 
such sales, and of all contracts for such 
sales. 

Brokers on all sales or contracts of 
sales of gold and silver bullions and 

coin 1-10 of 1 per ct. 

JS3®= Any person, firm or company, not 
being licensed as a broker orbanker, 
who shall sell or offer to sell any gold 
and silver, bullion, foreign exchange, 
uncurrent money, promissory notes, 
stocks, bonds or other securities not 
bona fide, at the time, his own prop- 
erty, and actually on hand, shall be 
liable, in addition to all other penalties 
provided in such cases, to pay 50 per 
centum in addition to the foregoing 
duties and rates of duty. 

Brokers, land warrant, (see " Land 
Warrant Brokers.") 25 00 

Brokers, insurance, (see " Insurance 
Agents.") 25 00 

Brokers, cattle, (see " Cattle Brokers.") 10 00 

Brokers, pawn, (see " Pawnbrokers.") 50 00 



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Brokers, produce, (see Produce Bro- 
kers.") 10 00 

Brokers, custom house, (see ■' Custom 
House Brokers.") 10 00 

Brokers, substitute, or those engaged in 
procuring substitutes tor the army or 
navy, shall pay for license 100 00 

Brokers, substitute, foi each substitute 

procured and mustered intoservice 10 00 

JjSP Every person who shall furnish, 
or offer to furnish, for pay, foe or re- 
ward, volunteers, representative re- 
cruit-!, or substitutes for men drifted or 
liable to be drafted, for the military or 
naval service of the United States, 
shall be deemed a substitute btoker 
under this act : Provided, however, 
that persons appointed by any State, 
county, city, township, or district, for 
the military service of the United 
States, under the call of the President 
of the United States, shall not be con- 
sidered substitute brokers : And 
provided, further, that such person 
or agent, shall receive no compensation 
except that which is g'ven by such 
State, county, town, city or district. 

Builders and contractors, under which 
term is included every person whose 
business it is to construct buildings, or 
ships, or bridges, or canals, or rail- 
roads by contract : Provided, that no 
license shall be required of any person 
whose building contracts do not, exceed 
$2,500 for any one year— for license. . . 25 00 

Builders and contractors, if his contracts 
for anv one year exceed $'25,000, for 
each additional $1.000 1 00 

Building stones, of any description, 

dressed, hewn or finished" 3 10 per ct. 

Bullion, value of the bullion used in the 
manufacture of silver ware, silver 
bullion rolled, prepared for platers' use 
exclusively exempt. 

Bullion, in lump, ingot, bar or otherwise, 

to be paid by the assayer 5-8 of 1 per ct. 

Bullion and coin, all sales and contracts 
of sales 1-10 of 1 per ct. 

Burning fluid is not to be considered a 
manufacture. 

Butchers, under which term is included 
every person who shall sell butchers' 
meat at retail : Provided, that no 
butcher having taken out a license, and 
paid $10 therefor, shall be required to 
take out a license as retail dealer on 
account of selling other articles at the 
same store, stall or premises : Provided, 
further, that butchers, whose annual 
sales do not exceed $1,000, and butchers 
who retail butchers' meat exclusively, 
by themselves or agents, and persons 
who sell shell or other fish, or both, 
traveling from place to place, and not 
from any shop or stand, shall be re- 
quired to pay $5 only for each license, 
any existing law to the contrary not- 
withstanding ; and, having taken out a 
license therefor, shall not be required 
to take out a license as peddler, for re- 
tailing butchers' meat or fish, as afore- 
said : Provided, further, that those who 
sell shell or other fish, from hand-carts 
or wheelbarrows exclusively, shall be 
exempt— for license 10 00 

Butter exempt 



CALFSKINS, tanned 6 per ct. 
Calfskins , patent per ct. 

Calves, exceeding three months old, 
slaughtered 40 cts. 

Calves under three months old, each ... 5 els. 

Canals, on gross receipts, where the gross 
receipts exceed $1,000 per annum. . . .2£perct. 

Canals, (see "Ships," third paragraph.) 

Canals, when the water is used for mi- 
ning purposes, on gross receipts where 
the gross receipts exceed $1,000 per 
annum 'l\ per ct. 

Canal companies, interest on bonds or 
dividends of. coupons, or profits carried 
to the account of any kind 5 per ct. 

Canal navigation companies, on interest, 
coupons, dividends or profits, carried 
to the account of any fund 5 per ct. 

Canal boats, on gross receipts, where the 
gross receipts exceed $1,000 per an- 
num 2f per ct. 

Canal boats, (see " Ships," third para- 
graph.) 

Caudles, of whatever material made G per ct. 

Candy, sugar, (see "Sugar Candy.") 

Caps 6 per ct. 

Card 5 ;, circulars, etc., printed G perct. 

Cards, playing, per pack, of whatever 
number, whenever the pi ice per pack 
does not exceed 18 cents 2 cts. 

Care's, playing, per pack, over 18 and 
not over 25 cents per pack 4 cts. 

Cards, playing, per pack, over 25 and 

not over 50 cents per pack . . 10 cts. 

Cards, playing, per pack, over 50 and 
not over $1 per pack 15 cts. 

Cards, pi -ying, per pack, over $1, for 
each additional 50 cents or fraction. ... 5 cts. 

#3" The manufacturer of playing 
cards is allowed to affix the stamp ap- 
propriate to the price at which he sells, 
and the subsequent vender mu4 affix 
the additional stamp, if the advance on 
price is such as to require it. 

Carpets, the sewing of, the same as 
'• Awnings " 

Carriages, etc., valued at 50 dollars, and 

. not exceeding 100 dollars, including the 

harness 1 00 

Carriages, valued at above 100 dollars, 
and not above 200 dollars 2 00 

Carriages, exceeding in value 200 dollars 
and not exceeding 300 dollars 3 00 

Carriages exceeding 300 dollars, and not 
above 500 dollars 6 00 

Carriages above 500 dollars 10 00 

Carriages, repairs, on increased value 
over ten per cent 3 6-10 per ct. 

Cars, repairs, on increased value over ten 
per cent 3 6-10 per ct. 

Cassia, ground, and all imitations of, per 
pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Castings, (see " Iron," and " Brass.") 

Castile soap, (see " Soap.") 

Cattle, slaughtered, over three months 
old, except when slaughtered for their 
hides and tallow exclusively, each. . . 40 cts. 

Cattle, slaughtered, under three months 
old, each 5 cts. 

Cattle slaughtered by any person, for his 
own consumption, not exceeding five 
in number exempt 

Cattle brokers, including every person 
whose business it is to buy, or sell, or 
deal in cattle, hogs or sheep, whose 
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lars, for license 10 00 

Cattle brokers whose sales annually ex- 
ceed 10 000 dollars, for each additional 
1.000 dollars 1 00 

Cavendish tobacco, per pound 35 cts. 

Cement, made wholly or in part of clue, 
to be sold in a liquid state, per gallon. . 4S cts. 

Certificate of stock in any incorporated 

company, stamp duty on each 25 cts. 

Certificate of profits, or any certificate or 
memorandum showing an interest in 
the property or accumulations of any 
incorporated company, if not less than 
10 dollars, and not exceeding50 dollars, 
stamp duty clO ts. 

Certificate of profits for a sum exceeding 
$50. and not exceeding $1 .000 25 cents 

Certificate of profits exceeding $l,000,for 
every additional $1,000, or fractional 
part 25 cents 

Certificate— Any certificate of d image, 
and all other certificates or documents 
issued by any port warden, marine 
surveyor, or other person acting as 
such, stamp duty 25 cents 

Certificate of deposit, of any sum of 
money, in any bank or trust company 
or with any banker or person acting 
as such, if for a sum not exceeding 
$100, stamp duty 2 cents 

Certificate of deposit, if for a sum ex- 
ceeding $100, stamp duty 5 cent* 

Certificate of weight or quantity of an- 
imals, w< od, coal or hay . Free 

Certificates of any other description 
than those specified in schedule B, a 
stamp duty of 5 cents 

Charcoal is not to be considered a man- 
ufacture. 

Charter Party— Contract or agreement 
for the charter of any ship, or vessel, 
or steamer, or any letter, memorandum 
or other writing, between the captain, • 
master, or owner, or person acting as" 
agent of any ship, or vessel, or steam- 
er, and any other person or persons, 
for or relating to the charter of such 
ship, or vessel, or steamer, or any re- 
newal or transfer thereof, if the regis- 
tered tonnage of such ship, or vessel, 
or ship, or steamer does not exceed 
150 tons, stamp duty, 1 00 

Charter Party, exceeding 150 tons, and 

not exceeding 309 tons, stamp duty. . 3 00 

Charter Party, exceeding 300 ton-!, and 
not exceeding 600 tons, stamp duty.. 5 00 

Charter Party, excei ding 600 tons, stamp 

duty 10 00 

Checks "drawn upon any bank, trust 
company, or any person or persons, 
companies or corporations,for the pay- 
ment of money, see "Bank Check." 

Cheese is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

Chemical preparations, same as ''Medi- 
cines.'' 

Chemical productions, all uncompound- 
ed, not otherwise provided for 6 per ct. 

Cheroots, see "Cigars." 

Chocolate, prepared, per pound 14-7 pr ct. 

Cider is not considered a manufacture. 

Cider Vinegar is not consideied a manu- 
facture. 

Cigars, see "Segars." 

Circulars, cards, billheads, law blanks, 
and other printed forms 6 per ct. 



Circuses, under which term is included 
every building, tent, space or area 
wheie feats of horsemanship, or acro- 
batic sports, or theatrical performan- 
ces are exhibited for license 100 00 

Circuses on gross receipts 2 per ct. 

Civil Engineers, (see "Architects,") for 
license 10 00 

Claim agents, under which term is inclu- 
ded every person whose business it is 
to prosecute claims in any of the exec- 
utive departments of the Federal Gov- 
ernment, for each yearly license .... 10 00 

Clearance, same as "Manifest." 

Clocks and timepieces 6 per ct. 

Clock movements, without being cased. .6 per ct. 

Cloth, and all textile, or knitted, or felted 
articles or fabrics of cotton, wool or 
other materials, before the same has 
been dyed, printed or bleached, and 
on all cloth painted. "enameled, shirred, 

tarred, varnished or oil d 6 per ct. 

jg®= Provided, that, thread and yam 
and warps sold before weaving, shall 
be regarded as manufactures, and be 
sutjt-ct to a duty of five per centum 
ad valorem. 

Cloth or fabrics, when made of thread, 
yarn or warps, upon which a duty shall 
have been assessed and paid, shall be 
assessed and pay adntyoii the increas- 
ed value only ; and when made whol- 
ly by the same manuf cture' , shall be 
subject to a duty only of five per 
centum ad valorem. 

Clothing, or articles of dress, made to 
order, on excess over six hundred dol- 
lars 6 per ct. 

Clothing, manufactured, when the annu- 
al product exceeds $1,000, ad valorem 6 oer ct. 

Cloths— On all cloths of siik, cotton or 
other material, dyed, piloted, bleach- 
ed, on which a duty or tax shall have 
been paid before the same were so 
dyed, printed, or bleached, the duty or 
tax of five per centum shall be assessed 
only on the increased value thereof. 

Cloves, ground, and all imitations of, 
per lb ll-5prct. 

Clove stems, ground, and all imitations 
per K> 1 1-5 pr ct. 

Coal, all mil eral, except such as will 
pass through a 5-8 inch mesh, per ton 6 cents 

Coal which will pas- through a 5-8 inch 
mesh Exempt 

Coal gas. see "Gas." 

Coai oil, produced by the distillation of 
coal, asphaltum or shale, exclusively, 
refined, per gallon 15 cents 

Coal illuminating oil, refined, produced 
by the distillation of coal, asphaltum, 
shale, peat, petroleum, or rock oil, 
and all other bituminous substances 
used for like purposes, per gallon. . . .20 cents 

Coal oil distillers, under which term is 
included any person who shall refine, 
produce or di.stii, crude or ten tied pe- 
troleum or rock oil, or crude coal oil, 
or crude or refined oil made of asphal- 
tum, shale, peat, or other bituminous 
substances, or shall manufacture coal 
illuminating oil, for each license 50 00 

Coal tar, produced in the manufacture 
of gas Exempt 

Cocoa, prepared, per K> 1 4-7 pr ct. 

Coffee, ground, per tt> 1 1-5 pr ct. 



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Coffee— All preparations of which, cof- 
fee fornix a part, and on all ground or 
unground substitutes for coffee, per 
pound 1 1-5 pr ct. 

Coin and bullion — On all sales and con- 
tracts of sales l-!0 of lpr ct. 

Coke Exempt 

Commercial Brokers, see "Brokers."' 

Concentrated milk is not to be consid- 
ered a manufacture. 

Concert halls, (see '-Theatres.'') license 100 00 

Confectioners, under which term is inclu- 
ded every person who sells at retail 
confectionery, sweetmeats, comfits, 
or other confects, in any building, 
('confectioners who have taken out a 
license as wholesale or retail dealers 
are not required to take a sepaiate 
license,) for each license 10 00 

Confectioners, whose gross annual sales 
do not exceed one thousand dollars. . Exempt 

Confectionery, made wholly or in part of 
sugar, same as ''Sugar Candy." 

Consumption entry at any custom house, 
not exceeding one hundred dollars in 
value, stamp duty 25 cents 

Consumption entry at any custom house, 
exceeding one hundred dollars and 
not exceeding five hundred dollars... 50 cents 

Consumption entry at any custom house, 
exceeding five hundred dollars in value 1 00 

Contract for the' hire, use or rent of any 
land, tenement or portion thereof, see 
"Lease/" 

Contract of insurance against accidental 
injury to persons Free 

Contracts, brokers' note or memorandum 
of sale of any goods, or merchandise, 
stocks, bonds, exchange . notes of 
hand, real estate, or property of any 
kind or description, Issued by brokers 
or persons acting as such, stamp 
duty 10 cents 

Contractors, for license, see "Builders." 

Conveyance, deed, instrument or writing 
whereby any lands, tenements, or oth- 
er realty sold, shall be granted, as- 
signed, transferred, or otherwise con- 
veyed to or vested in the purchaser or 
purchasers, or to any person or per- 
sons, by his, her or their direction, 
when the value does not exceed five 
hundred dollars, stamp duty 50 cents 

Conveyance, exceeding five hundred dol- 
lars, and not exceeding one thousand 
dollars. 

Conveyance, exceeding oue thousand 
dollars, for every additional five hun- 
dred dollars or fractional part 50 cents 

Conveyancers, under which term is inclu- 
ded every person, other than one hold- 
ing a license as lawyer or claim agent, 
whose business it is to draw deeds, 
bonds, mortgages, wills, writs, or oth- 
er legal papers, or to examine tides to 
real estate, for license 10 00 

Copper, rolled 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Copper and lead, ingots, pigs or bars 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Copper, when duty has not been paid on 
ingots, bars or pigs 6 per ct. 

Copper, manufacturers of, not otherwise 

provided for, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Copper nails 3 6-10 per ct. 

Cordials, medicinal, same as "Medi- 
cines."' 



Cosmetics, same as " Medicines." 

Cotton, raw, per lb 2 cents 

Cotton, manufacturers of, wholly or in 
part, nnt otherwise provided for 6 per ct. 

Cotton fabrics, woven, knit or felted, 
before dyed, printed, bleached, or pre- 
pared in any other manner 6 per ct. 

Cotton, umbrellas 6 per ct. 

Counons, railroad 6 per ct. 

Custom house brokers, under which term 
is included every person whose occu- 
pation it is, as the ageut of others, to 
arrange entries and other custom house 
papers, or transact business at any pert 
of entry, relating to the importation 
or exportation of goods, wares or mer- 
chandise, for each license 10 00 

DAGUERREOTYPES, same as " Pho- 
tographs. - ' 

Deeds, whereby any lands, tenements or 
other things sold shall be granted, 
leased, assigned, transferred, or other- 
wise conveyed to or vested in the pur- 
chaser or purchasers, or to any per- 
son or persons by his, her or their di- 
rection, stamp duty, same as " Convey- 
ance." 

Deerskins, dressed and smoked, see 
"Skins." 

Dentifrice, each package] of, the retail 
price or value of which does not ex- 
ceed 25 cents, stamp duty 1 cent 

Dentifrice, exceeding 25 e-nts.but not 
exceeding 50 cents, stamp duty 2 cents 

Dentifrice, exceeding 50 cents, but not 
exceeding 75 cents 3 cents 

Dentifrice, each package of, the value of 
which shall exceed 75 cents, and shall 
not exceed one dollar 4 cents 

Dentifrice, exceeding one dollar, for each 
and every 50 cents, or fractional part, 
thereof, over and above one dollar, an 
additional -tamp duty of 2 cents 

Dentists, for license 10 00 

Diamonds, precious stones and jewelry. .6 per ct. 

Distilled spirits, see " Spirits.*' 

Distilled Spirits — The duty on spirituous 
liquors, and all other spirituous bever- 
ages enumerated in the Tax Bill, is to 
be collected at no lower rate than the 
basis of first proof, and shall be in- 
creased in proportion for any greater 
strength than the stiength of proof. 

Distilled Spirits — The term first proof is 
declared to meau that proof of a liquor 
which corresponds to fifty degrees of 
Trailes' centessimal hydrometer, at 
the temperature of sixty degrees of 
Fahrenheit tnermometer, and in levy- 
ing duties on liquors above and below 
proof, the table contained in the Man- 
ual for Inspectors of Spirits, prepared 
by Professor McCulloch, under the 
superintendence of Professor Bache, 
and adopted by the Treasury Depart- 
ment, is to be used and taken as giv- 
ing the proportions of absolute alcohol 
in the liquid gusged and proved, ac- 
cording to which duties shall be levied. 

Distillers, under which term is included 
every person, firm or corporation who 
distils or manufactures spirits for sale, 
for license 50 00 

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per year 25 00 

Distillers of apples, grapes and peaches, 

making less than 150 barrels per year 12 50 
Distillers— No license shall be required 
for any still, stills, or other apparatus 
used by druggists and chemists for the 
recovery of alcohol for pharmaceutical 
and chemical or scientific purposes, 
which has been used in those pro- 
cesses. 

Distillers of coal oil, see " Coal Oil Dis- 
tillers." 

Dividends — Annual income from, when 
exceeding six hundred dollars, and 
not exceeding five thousand dollars, 
ou the excess over six hundred dollars. 5 pr ct. 

Dividends exceeding five thousand dol- 
lars, and not exceeding ten thousand 
dollars, on excess over five thousand 
dollars 7-12 per ct. 

Dividends on excess over ten thousand 
dollars 10 per ct. 

Dividends on excess over ten thousand 
dollars, of citizens residing abroad, 
(see " Incomes,") in addition to above 
rates 2 per ct. 

Dividends of banks, trust companies, 
savings institutions, fire, marine, life 
and inland insurance companies 5 per ct. 

Dividends generally 5 per ct. 

Dog skins 6perct. 

Draft, drawn upon any bank, trust com- 
pany, or any person or persons, com- 
panies or corporations, for the pay- 
ment of money at sight or on demand, 
same as " Bill of Exchange." 

Draining tiles 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Dressmakers, making articles to order, 
as custom work, and not for sale gen- 
erally, shall, to the amount of six hun- 
dred dollars, be exempt from duty, 
and, for any excess beyond the amount 
of six hundred dollars, shall pay a 
duty of 3 per ct. 

Drops, medicinal, same as " Medicines." 

EATING HOUSES, under which term 
is included every place where food 
or refreshments of any kind, not in- 
cluding spirits, wines, ale, beer, or 
other malt liquors, are provided for 
casual visitors, and sold for consump- 
tion therein ; but the keeper of an eat- 
ing-house, having taken out license 
therefor, is not required to take out 
license as confectioner — for license 10 00 

Eating-houses, whose gross annual sales 
do not exceed one thousand dollars.. . exempt 

Emeralds, diamonds, and precious stones 6 per ct. 

Enameled leather, see " Leather." 

Enameled skirting leather, see "Leather." 

Engines, locomotive 3 6-10 per ct. 

Engines, marine 3 6-10 per ct. 

Engines, repairs on, increased value 
over ten per cent, on such in- 
crease 36-10perct. 

Engineers, civil, for license, see " Archi- 
tects." 

Engravers, productions of 6 per ct. 

Entry, consumption, same as " Ware- 
house Entry." 

Entry of any goods, wares or merchan- 
dise, at any custom house, for ware- 
housing or consumption, see " Ware- 
house Entry." 



Entry for the withdrawal of any goods, 
wares or merchandise from bonded 
warehouse, stamp duty 50 cents 

Erasive soap, see " Soap." 

Exhibitions, not otherwise provided for 10 00 

Essential oils 6 per ct. 

Express companies, on gross receipts. . 3 per ct. 

Express agents, including every person, 
firm or company, engaged in the car- 
rying or delivery of money, valuable 
papers, or any articles for pay, or dsing 
an express business whose gross re- 
ceipts therefrom exceed the sum of 
six hundred dollars per annum — 
license 10 00 

But one license fee of ten dollars shall be 
required from any one person, firm or 
company, in respect to all the business 
to be done by such person, firm, or 
company, on a continuous route, and 
the payment of such license fee shall 
cover all business done upon such 
route by such person, firm, or com- 
pany, anywhere in the United States ; 
and such license fee shall be required 
only from the principal in such busi- 
ness, and not from any subordinate. 

FELLOES, wood for Free 
Felted fabrics 6 per ct. 

Ferryboats, on gross receipts 3 per ct. 

Fine cut tobacco, see " Tobacco." 

Fire insurance companies, on all divi- 
dends 5 per ct. 

Fish, preserved, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Fish oil exempt 

Flax, manufactures of, not otherwise spe- 
cified '. .6 per ct. 

Flax, prepared for textile or felting pur- 
poses, is not to be considered a man- 
ufacture until actually woven or felted 
into fabric for consumption. 

Flour, made from grain, is not to be con- 
sidered a manufacture. 

Freestone, dressed, hewn, or finish- 
ed 3 6-10 per ct. 

Fruits, preserved 6 per ct. 

Furniture, made of wood, sold in the 
rough or unfinished 6 per ct. 

Furniture, on which a duty has been 
paid, when sold in a finished condition, 
on increased value 6 per ct. 

Furs, manufactures of 6 per ct. 

Gi AINS, annual, of every person, see 
I " Incomes." 

Gas, illuminating, made of coal, when 
the product shall be not above 200,000 
cubic feet per month, per 1,000 cubic 
feet 12 cts. 

Gas, illuminating, when the product 
shall be above 200,000 and not exceed- 
ing 500,000 cubic feet per month, per 
1,000 cubic feet 18 cts. 

Gas, illuminating, when the product shall 
be above 500,000 and not exceeding 
5,000,000 of cubic feet per month, per 
1 ,000 cubic feet 24 ct9. 

Gas, illuminating, when the product shall 
be above 5,000,000, per 1,000 cubic 
feet 30 cts. 

Gas,all illuminating, same as "Coal Gas." 

Gas-litters, see " Plumbers." 

Gasoline, see " Naptha." 

Gaugers' returns, if for a quantity not 
exceeding 500 gallons, gross » . , . 10 cts. 



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Gau°:ers' returns, exceeding 500 gallons, 

gro-s 25 cts. 

Gelatine, of all descriptions in a solid 

state, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

General business— Every person, firm or 
corporation, engaged in any business, 
trade or profession whatsoever, for 
which no other license is required, 
whose gross annual receipts therefrom 
exceed $1,000 per annum, for license. 10 00 

Geographies, see "Books" 5 per ct. 

Gift enterprises, proprietors of. including 
every person firm or corpoatiou who 
Bball sell or offer for tale any article 
of merchandise of any description 
whatsoever, with a promise, express or 
implied, to give or bestow, or in any 
manner to hold out to the public the 
promise of t>ift or bestowal, of any ar- 
ticle or thing for and in consideration 
of the purchase by any person of any 
other article or thing (provided that 
no such proprietor, in consequence of 
being thus licensed, shall be exempt 
from paying any other license or tax 
required by law, and the license here- 
in shall be in addition thereto), for 
license 50 00 

Ginger, ground, and all imitations of, 
per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Glass, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Gloves 6 per ct. 

Glue and cement, made wholly or in put 

of glue, in a liquid form, per gallon. . . 48 cts. 

Glue, in a solid state, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Goat skins, curried, manufactured or 

finished 6 per ct. 

Gold and silver, coin or bullion, sales of, 

or contracts of .-ale 1-10 of 1 per ct. 

Gold, manufacturers of. other than jew- 
elry, not otherwise provided for 6 per ct. 

Gold leaf, per park containing not more 
than 20 books of 25 leaves 21 6-10 cts. 

Gold foil, per oz. troy 2-10 

Gold watches, composed wholly or in 
part of gold or gilt, kept for u-e, val- 
ued at $100 or less, each 1 00 

Gold watches, valued over $100. each.. . 2 00 

Goods, made for the use or consumption 
of the maker. Free 

Grammars, see " Books " 5 per ct. 

Gunpowder, and all explosive substances 
used for mining, blasting, artillery, or 
sporting purposes, when valued at 38 
cents per pound, or less, per pound, 
ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Gunpowder, when valued above 38 cents 

per pound 12 cts. 

Gut; a percha, manufactures of, not oth- 
erwise provided for 6 per ct. 

Gypsum is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

HAIR DYE, same as " Medicines." 
Harness leather, see " Leather." 

Hats 6 per ct. 

Headings are not to be considered a 
manufacture. 

Hemp, manufactures of, when not other- 
wise specified 6 per ct. 

Hog skins, tanned or dres=ed 6 per ct. 

Hogs, slaughtered, each 10 cts. 

Hollow ware, iron, per ton of 2,000 lbs. . 3 60 

Hoops exempt 

Hoop iron, see " Iron." 



Hoop skirts, cut tapes and small wares 
used in the manufacture of, exclusive- 
ly Free 

Horn, manufactures of, not otherwise 
provided for G per ct. 

Horned cattle, slaughtered, see " Cat- 
tle." 

Horse skins, tanned and dressed 6 per ct. 

Horse shoes, per ton, see " iron." 

Hoise dealers, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business is 
to buy and sell horses and mules, for 
each license 10 00 

Horse d alers, when they have taken 
out a license as livery stable keepers, 
are not required to take out an addi- 
tional one. 

Hotels — under which term is included 
every place where food and lodgings 
are prov ded for and furnished to tra- 
velers and soj. miners, in view of pay- 
ment therefor, where the rent or the 
valuatioi of the yeariy rental of the 
house and property occupied shall be 
$2U0 or less 10 00 

Hotels, where the rent or the valuation of 
the yearly rental shall be in excess of 
$200, for any additional $100 or fac- 
tional pait thereof, in excess of 200 
dollars 5 00 

ILLUMINATING oil, see " Oil." 
Income, annual, of every person, 
whether citizen residing in or out of 
the United States, when exceeding 000 
dollars and not exceeding 5. DUO dollars, 
on the excels over 600 dollars 5 per ct. 

Income, on excess over 5,009 dollars. . . 10 per ct. 
j6SP In e-timatmg the annual guns, 
profits or income of any person (the in- 
terest received or accrued upon all 
notes, bonds and mortgages, or other 
forms of indebtedness bearing inter- 
est, whether paid or not, if good and 
collectable, less the interest pain by or 
due from such person, shall be includ- 
ed and assessed as part of the income 
.of such person for each year ; and 
also all income or gairs deiived from 
the purchase and sale of stocks or other 
property, real or pergonal, and of live 
stock, and the amount of live stock, 
sugar, wool, butter, cheese, pork, beef, 
mutton, or otuer meats, h iy and grain, 
or other vegetable or other p;oduc- 
tions, being the growth or produce of 
the estate of such person sold, (not in- 
cluding any part thereof unsold ur on 
hand during the year ne.vt preceding 
the thirty-first of December, until the 
same shall be sold,) shall be included 
and assessed as part of the income of 
sucn person for each year ; and his 
share uf tne giin? and profits of all 
companies, whether incorporated or 
partnership, shall be iucluued in esti- 
mating the annual gains, profits or in- 
come of auy person eu titled to the 
same, whether divided or otherwise. 

Income, interest on United States secu- 
rities to be included iu estimating in- 
come. Also all premiums, gold or ^ 
coupons. 

Income — All persons of lawful age to 
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annual gains profit* and income of any 
person, all national, State and munici- 
pal taxes paid within the year, shall 
be deducted from the gains, profits or 
income of the person who has actuilly 
paid the same, whe:her owner, tenant 
or mortgager; al-o salary or pay receiv- 
ed for services in the civil, military, 
naval or other service of the U. S., 
including Senators, Representatives 
and delegates in Congress, above the 
rate of six hundred dollars per annum. 
When ar.y person rents buildings, lands 
or other property, or hires any labor to 
cultivate land, or to conduct any other 
business fr<>m which such income is 
actually derived, or pays inter- stupon 
any actual incumbrance thereon, the 
amount actually paid for such rent, 
labor or inteiest, shall be deducted; 
and also the amount paid out for usual 
or ordinary repairs, not. exceeding the 
average paid out for such purposes for 
the preceding five years, shall be de- 
ducted, but no deduction shall be made 
for any amount paid out for new 
buildings, permanent improvements, 
or betterment-*, made to increase the 
value of any property or estate ; also 
the amount paid by any person for the 
rent of the homestead used or occu- 
pied by himself or his family ; and the 
rental value of any homestead used or 
occupied by any person or by his jamUy 
in his own right or in the right of his 
toifr, shall not be i icluded and assessed as 
part of the income of such person. But 
one deduction of 600 dollars, is allowed 
in any case from the aggregate in- 
comes of any one family. 

India rubber, manufacturers of, not oth- 
erwise specified 6 

Inns, same as •• Hotels." 

Instruments of attorney, made in foreign 
countries, same stamp duty as if made 
in the United States. 

Insurance companies, all, on dividends 5 

Insurance companies, all, upon gross 
receipts for premiums and assess- 
ments 1£ 

Insurance companies, foreign, same as" 
above. 

Insurance (life) , wh?n the amount in- 
sured shall not exceed 1,000 d liars. . 

Insurance (life), exceeding 1,000 dollars 
and not exceeding 5.000 dollars 

Insurance (life), exceeding 5.000 dollars, 

Insuiauce — (maiine or inland) — Po icy 
of insurance, or other instrument, by 
whatever name the same shall be 
called, whereby any insurance shall 
be made or renewed upon property 
of any description, whether against 
perils' by sea or i y fire, or other perils 
of any kind, made by any iu>urance 
company or its agents, or by any 
other company or person, where the 
premium does not exceed 10 dollars. . 

'Insurance— (marine or inland)-Policy of 
insurance, where such consideration 
exceeds 10 dollars and does not exceed 

; 50 dollars 

Insurance— (maiine or inland)--Policy of 

; insurance exceediug 50 dollars 

Insurance agents, under which term is 

; included every person who shall act as 



per ct. 

per ct. 
per ct. 

25 cts. 

50 cts. 
1 0J 



10 cts. 



25 cts. 
50 cts. 



agent of any fire, marine, life, mutual 
or other insurance company or com- 
panies, for license 10 00 

Iusnrance agents, foreign, including 
every person who shall act as agent 
of any foreign fire, maiine, life, mutual 
or other insurance company or compa- 
nies, for license 50 00 

Insurance brokers, embracing persons 
who shall negotiate or procure insu- 
rance in behalf of another person or 
party, for which he shall receive any 
p iy, commission or compensation. .. . 25 00 

Insurance policies, assignment of, (see 
" Assignment") 

Insurance policy, or renewal, (see " Pol- 
icy of Insurance,' above.) 

Intelligence office keepers, including 
every person whose business it is to 
find or furnish places of employment 
for others, or to find servants upon ap- 
plication in writing, or otherwise, 
receiving compensation therefor, for 
license 10 00 

Interest, income from, (see " Income.") 

Interest en bonds and dividends of canal 
companies . . . 5 per ct. 

Iron, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Iron, cast, used for bridges, building, 
or other permanent structures, per 
ton 3 60 

Iron, railroad, per ton 3 60 

Iron, re-roiled, per ton 2 40 

Iron, blooms, slabs or loops, when made 
in forges or bloomeries, directly Irom 
the ore, per ton 3 60 

Iron, auvanced beyond slabs, blooms or 
loops, and not advanced beyond bars, 
per ton 3 GO 

Iron, band, hoop and sheet, not thinner 
than No. 18 wire g uge per ton 3 60 

Iron, plate, not less than one-eighth of 
an iucb in thickness, per ton 3 60 

Iron, baud, hoop, or sheet, t inner than 
No. 18 wire gauge, per ton 6 00 

Iron, plate, less than one-eighth of an 
inch in thickness, per ton 6 00 

Iron, nails, cut, and spikes (not inclu- 
ding nails, tacks, brads or finishing 
nails usua ly put up aud sold in papers, 
whether in papers or otherwise, and 
horse shoe nails wrought by machin- 
ery) , per ton 6 00 

Iron, railroad chairs, per ton 6 00 

Iron, railroad spikes, wrought per tou. . 6 U0 

Iron, ship spikes, wrought, per ton. ... 6 00 

lion, bars, rods, bauds, hoops, sheets, 
plates, nails and spikes, upon which 
duty Pas been levied aud paid , are only 
subject to au additional duty of, per 
tou 2 40 

Iron, steam engines, iucludiug locomo- 
tives and marine engines 3 6-10 per ct. 

Iron, rivets, exceeding 14 of an inch in 
diameter, per ton 6 00 

Iron, nuts and washers, not less than 
two ounces each in weight, per ton. . 6 00 

Irou, bolts, exceeding 5-16ths of an 

inch in diameter, per tou 6 00 

Iron, rivets, nnts. washers and bolts, 
where the irou from which said arti- 
cles shall have been made has actu- 
ally paid not less than 3 6-10 dollars 
per ton, only an additional duty of, 
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Iron stoves, per ton 

Iron hollow ware, per ton of 2,000 

pounds 

Iron castings of all descriptions, ad- 
vanced beyond pig iron, blooms, slabs, 
or loop?, upon which no duty has been 
assessed or paid in the form of pig 
iron, blooms, slabs or loops, shall be 
assessed and pay, in addition to the 
foregoing rates, when so advanced, 

per, ton 

And when no duty has been assessed or 
paid thereon, in the form of blooms, 
slabs or loops, shall pay, in addition 
to the foregoing rates of iron ad- 
vanced , per ton 

Iron, castings of, exceeding 10 Bbs. in 
weight for each casting, not other- 
wise provided for, per ton 

Iron, pig, per ton 

Iron railings 6 

Iron gates 6 

Iron fences 6 

Iron furniture 6 

Iron stataary 6 

Ivory, manufactures of, if not otherwise 
specified 6 



3 60 
3 60 



3 60 



3 60 



3 60 

2 40 
per ct. 
per ct. 
per ct. 
per ct. 
per ct. 

per ct. 



JACKS AND STALLIONS, for license, 
(see " Stallions,") 10 00 

Jewelry, diamonds, precious stones, etc.6 per ct. 

Jugglers, including every person who 
performs by sleight of hand, for each 
license 20 00 

The proprietors or agents of all other 
public exhibitions, or shows for 
rnone}', not enumerated in this sec- 
tion, shall pay for each license 10 00 

Jute, manufacturers of, if not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

KID SKINS, curried, manufactured, 
or finished 6 per ct. 

Knitted fabrics 6 per ct. 

LAGER BEER, per barrel, containing 
31 gallons (fractional parts of a bar- 
rel to pay proportionately) (see "Malt 
Liquors,") 

Lambs, slaughtered, each 

Lambs, exemption same as with "Sheep." 

Land warrant brokers, under which 
term is iucluded every person who 
makes a business of buying and sell- 
ing land warrants, or of furnishing 
them to settlers or other persons, for 
license 

Lard oil. per gallon 6 cents 

Lath exempt 

Lathes 6 per ct. 

Lawyers, under which term is included 
every person who, for fee or reward, 
shall prosecute or defend any cause, 
in any court of record, or other judi- 
cial tribunal of the United States, or 
of any of the States, or give legal ad- 
vice in relation to any cause or mat- 
ter, for each license , (see ' ' Attorney") 10 00 

Lead, manufacturers of, if not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Lead, w bite, per hundred 42 cents 

Lead, ingots, pigs or bars 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Lead, sheet 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Lead, pipes 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Leaf, gold, per package, containing 



1 00' 
5 cents 



25 00 



not more than 20 books of 2.5 leaves 

each 21 6-10 pr ct. 

Lease, for the hire, use or rent of any 
land, tenement, or portion thereof, 
where the rent or rental value is three 
hundred dollars, or less, per annum, 
stamp duty 50 cents 

Lease, when rent, &c, exceeds three 
hundred dollars, for each additional 
two hundred dollars, or fraction, in 
excess 50 cents 

Leases, assignment of, see " Assign- 
ment." 

Leather, enameled 6 per ct. 

Leather, oil dressed 6 per ct. 

Leather, patent 6 per ct. 

Leather, Japan 6 per ct. 

Leather, of all descriptions, tanned or 
partially tanned, in the rough 6 per ct. 

Leather, of all descriptions, curried or 
finished 6 per ct. 

Leather, all previously assessed, in the 
rough, and upon which duties have 
been actually paid, shall be assessed 
on the increased value only. 

Leather, when curried or finished leather, 
see "Skins." 

Leather, manufacturers of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Leather, upon which a duty has been 
previously assessed and paid, when it 
shall be manufactured into gloves, 
mittens or moccasins, the duty shall 
only be assessed upon the increased 
value thereof, when so manufactured. 

Legacies — Any person or persons hav- 
ing charge or trust, as administrators, 
executors or trustees of any legacies 
or distributive shares arising from 
personal property, of any kind what- 
soever, where the whole amount of such 
personal property, as aforesaid, shall 
exceed the sum of one thousand dol- 
lars in actual value, passing after the 
passage of this act, fiom any person 
possessed of such property, either by 
will, or by the intestate laws of any 
State or Territory, or any personal 
property or interest therein, transfer- 
red by deed, grant, bargain, sale or 
gift, made or intended to- take effect, 
in possession or enjoyment, after the 
death of the granter or bargainer, to 
any person or persons, or to any body 
or bodies, public or corporate, in 
trust or otherwise, are subject to the 
following taxes : Where the person 
or persons entitled to any beneficial 
interest in such property shall be the 
lineal issue or lineal ancestor, brother 
or sister to the person who died pos- 
sessed of such property, for each and 
every one hundred dollars of the clear 
value of such interest in such pro- 
perty : l oo 

Legacies, when the person or persons en- 
titled to any beneficial interest in such 
property shall be a descendant of a 
brother or sister of the person who 
died possessed of such property, for 
each and every 100 dollars of the clear 
value of such interest 2 00 

Legacies, when the person or persons 
entitled to any beneficial interest in 
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sister of the father or mother, or a 
descendant of a brother or sister of 
the father or mother of the person who 
died possessed of such property, for 
each and every 100 dollars of the clear 
value of such interest 4 00 

Legacies, where the person or persons 
entitled to any beneficial interest in 
such property, shall be a brother or 
sister of the grandfather or grandmo- 
ther, or a descendant of the brother or 
sister of the grandfather or grandmo- 
ther of the person who died possessed 
of such property, for each and every 
100 dollars of the clear value of such 
interest 5 00 

Legacies, where the person or peisons 
entitled to any beneficial interest in 
such property shall be in any other 
degree of collateral consanguinity than 
is stated above, or shall be a stranger 
in blood to the person who died pos- 
sessed, as aforesaid, or shtll be a body 
politic or corporate, for each and every 
100 dollars of the clear value of such 
interest 6 00 

Legacies, passing by will or by the laws 
of any State or Territory, to husband 
or wife of the person who died pos- 
sessed of such property Free 

Legal documents, writ or other original 
process commenced in any court of 
law or equity, stamp duty 50 cts. 

Legal documents, where the amount 
claimed in a writ, iss led by a court not 
of record, is 100 dollars or over 50 cts. 

Legal documents, upon every confession 
of judgment or cognovit, for 100 dol- 
lars or over (• xcept in cases where the 
tax for the writ of a commencement 
of suit has been paid.) 50 cts. 

Legal documents, writs or other process 
or appeals from justice's courts or 
other courts of inferior jurisdiction to 
a court of record 50 cts. 

Legal documents, warrants of distress, 
when the amount of rent claimed does 
not exceed 100 dollars 25 cts. 

Letters of credit, see " Bills of Exchange, 
foreign." 

Letters of administration, see " Probate 
of Will." 

Licenses — A license fee of 10 dollars 
sh-'U be required of every person, firm or 
corporation engaged in any business, 
trade or profession wha soever, for 
which no other license is herein requir- 
ed, whose gross annual receipts there- 
from exceed 1,000 dollars per annum. 
When the annual gross receipts or 
sales of any apothecaries, confection- 
ers, eating-houses, tobacconists or re- 
tail dealers, except retail dealers in 
spirituous or malt liquors, shall not ex- 
ceed 1,000 dollars, they shall not be 
required to p iy for license. 

Licenses must be taken out each year by 
the following named persons, for which 
they are to pay the sum placed oppo- 
site their names, viz. : 

Agents, insurance 10 00 

Ageuts, insurance, foreign 50 00 

Apothecaries 10 00 

Architects 10 00 

Assayers, see " Assayers." 

10 



Auctioneers, whose annual sales do not 

exceed 10,000 dollars 10 00 

Auctioneers, exceeding 10.000 dollars. 20 00 
Bankers, using capital not exceeding 

50,000 dollars, for each license 100 00 

Bankers using capital exceeding fifty 
thousand dollars, for every additional 
one thousand dollars in excess of 

fifty thousand dollars 2 00 

Billiard tables, each 10 00 

Brewers, (see " Brewers,") 25 00 and 50 00 

Brokers 50 00 

Brokers, pawn, using capital not ex- 
ceeding fifty thousand dollars 50 00 

Brokers, pawn, using capital in excess 
of fifty thousand dollars, for every 
additional one thousand dollars in 

excess of fifty thousand dollars 2 00 

Bo wliog alleys, for each, alley 10 00 

Builders, of ships houses, etc 25 00 

Butchers, see " Butchers." 

Cattle brokers, whose annual sales do 

not exec ed ten thousand dollars 10 00 

Cattle brokers, exceeding ten thousand 
dollars, for each additional one thou- 
sand dollars l 00 

Circuses 100 00 

Civil engineers 10 00 

Claim agents 10 00 

Coal oil distillers 50 00' 

Commercial brokers 20 00 

Concert halls 100 00 

Confectioners 10 00 

Contractors 25 00 

Conveyancers 10 00 

Custom house brokers. 10 00 

Dentists 10 00 

Distillers, see "Distillers." 

Eating houses 10 00 

Exhibitions, not otherwise provided for 10 00 

Gas fitters 10 00 

Horse dealers 10 00 

Hotels, see " Hotels." 

Insurance agents 25 00 

Insurance agents, foreign 50 00 

Intelligence office keepers 10 00 

Gift enterprises 50 00 

Jacks io 00 

Jugglers 20 00 

Land warrant brokers 25 00 

Lawyers io 00 

Livery stable keepers 10 00 

Lottery ticket dealers 100 00 

Manufacturers 10 00 

Patent agents 10 00 

Patent rights, dealers 10 00 

Peddlers, (see "Peddlers.'"; 
Photographers, (see" Photographers.") 
Pawnbrokers, (see " Brokers.") 

Physicians 10 00 

Plumbers and gas fitters 10 00 

Produce brokers, whose sales do not 

exceed ten thousand dollars 10 00 

Real estate agents 10 00 

Rectifiers, (see " Rectifiers.") 

Retail dealers 10 00 

Retail dealers in liqu rs 25 00 

Savings banks having no capital stock, 
and whose business is confined to re- 
ceiving deposits and loaning the same 
for the benefit of their depositors. and 
which do no other business of baBk- 
ing, shall not be liable to pay for 

license as bankers 100 00 

Shows io 00 



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Stallions, owners of 10 00 

Steameis and vessels boarding passen- 
gers 25 00 

Substitute brokers 100 00 

And for each recruit enlisted by them 10 00 

Surgeons 10 00 

Tobacconists 10 00 

Life Insurance Companies, (see " Insur- 
ance.") 

Lime 3 6-10 per ct. 

Liniments, same as " Dentifrice." 

Linseed oil, per gallon 6 cents 

Liquors, malt, duty, per barrel, contain- 
ing not more than 31 gallons 1 00 

Lithographers , productions of G per ct. 

Livery stable keepers, under which term 
is included every person whose occu- 
pation is to keep horses for hire, or to 
let or to keep, feed or board horses, 
for license 10 00 

Loan of Money — Any loan of money, or 
any advance of money on security, 
whether represented by note, certifi- 
cate, check, receipt or other evidence 
not otherwise provided for, and not in- 
cluding mortgages, if on demand, for 
every hundred dollars, or fractional 
part thereof 2 cents 

Loan of Money — If to be paid at a time 
designated, for every one hundred dol- 
lars or fractional part thereof. 5 cents 

Lotions, same as " Medicines." 

Locomotives, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Lottery ticket dealers, under which term 
is included every person, association, 
firm or corporation, who shall make, 
sell or offer to sell lottery tickets or 
fractional parts thereof, or any token, 
certificate or device representing or 
intending to represent a lottery ticket, 
or any fractional part thereof, or any 
policy of numbers in any lottery, or 
shall manage any lottery, or prepare 
schemes of lotteries, or superintend 
the drawing of any lottery, for license, 100 00 

Lotteries; on gross receipts 5 per ct. 

Lozenges, medicinal, same as " Medi- 
cines." 

Lumber is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

MAGAZINES, same as " Books,". . . .5 per ct. 
Magazines, for all advertisements 
on gross receipts 3 per ct. 

Malt is net to be considered a manufac- 
ture. 

Malt Liquors, duty, per barrel, contain- 
ing not, more than 31 gallons, fraction- 
al parts to pay at a like rate 1 00 

Malt liquors, in bottles, to pay accord- 
ing to the quantity contained therein 
at the rate of per 30 gallons, when the 
duty has not been previously paid on 
the liquors contained therein 1 00 

Manifest of the cargo of auy ship, ves?el 
or steamer, for a foreign port, if the 
registered to image of such ship, ves- 
sel or steamer does not exceed 300 
tons, stamp duty 1 00 

Manifest, exceeding 300 tons, and not 
exceeding 600 tons, stamp duty 3 00 

Manifest, exceeding 600 tons 5 00 

Manufacturers, under waich term is in- 
cluded any person or persons, firms, 
corporations or companies, who shall 



manufacture by hand or machinery 
any goods, wares or merchandise, 
exceeding annually the sum of one 
thousand dollars, for license 10 00 

Manufacturers and producers of agricul- 
tural tools and implements, garden 
seeds, stoves and hollow ware, 
brooms, wooden ware and powder, 
delivering and selling at wholesale 
any of said articles, by themselves or 
their authorized agents, at places 
other than the place of manufacture, 
shall not be required, for any sale thus 
made . to take out any additional license 
therefor. 

Manufactures not otherwise specified : 

Of bone 6 per ct. 

Of brass 6 per ct. 

Of bristles 6 per ct. 

Of copper 6 per ct. 

Of cotton 6 per ct. 

Of flax 6 per ct. 

Of glass 6 per ct. 

Of gold 6 per ct. 

Of gutta percha 6 per ct. 

Of hemp 6 per ct. 

Of horn 6 per ct. 

Of India rubber 6 per ct. 

Of iron 6 per ct. 

Of ivory 6 per ct. 

Of jute 6 per ct. 

Of lead 6 per ct. 

Of leather 6 per ct. 

Of paper 6 per ct. 

Of pottery 6 per ct. 

Of silk 6 per ct. 

Of silver 6 per ct. 

Of steel 6 per ct. 

Of tin 6 per ct, 

Of willow 6 per ct. 

Of wood 6 per ct. 

Of wool 6 per ct. 

Of worsted 6 per ct. 

Other materials 6 per ct. 

Marble, in block, rough and un- 
wrought exempt 

Mai ble, dressed, hewn or finished 6 per ct. 

Marble, monumental stones 6 per ct. 

Marine engines 6 per ct. 

Marine insurance companies, see " In- 
surance." 

Masts .2 2-5 per ct 

Matches, friction or lucifer, or other ar- 
ticles made in part of wood, and used 
for like purposes, in parcels or packa- 
ges containing 100 matches or less, 
for each 1 ct. 

Matches when in parcels containing 
more than 100 and not more than 200 
matches, for each 2 cts. 

Matches, for every additional 100 or 
fraction 1 ct. 

Matches, cigar lights and tapers, double 
above rates. 

Meal, made from grain exempt 

Measurer's return, if for a quantity not 
exceeding 1 ,000 bushels 10 cts. 

Measurer's return, if for a quantity ex- 
ceeding 1,000 bushels 25 cts. 

Meats, preserved 6 per ct. 

Medicines, wnen the value of the pack- 
age containing the same shall not ex- 
ceed, at the retail juice or value, the 
sum of 25 cents 1 ct. 

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exceeding 50 cents 2 cts. 

Medicines, exceeding 50 cents, and not 
exceeding 75 cents 3 cts. 

Medicines, exceeding 75 cents, and not 
exceeding one dollar 4 cts. 

Medicines, exceeding one dollar, for each 
and every 50 cents or fractional part 
thereof, over and above one dollar, an 
additional 2 cts. 

Melado, per pound 1 6-10 ct. 

Melodeons, see " Pianos." 

Merchandise, see " Goods." 

Metal, yellow sheathing, in rods or 
sheets 3 6-10 per ct. 

Milliners, making articles to order as 
custom work, and not for sale general- 
ly, shall, to the amount of 600 dollars, 
be exempt from duty, and for any ex- 
cess beyond the amount of 600 dollars 
shall pay a duty of 3 per ct. 

Miners — Every person, firm or company, 
who shall employ others in the busi- 
ness of mining for coal, or gold, silver, 
copper, lead, iron, zinc, spelter, or 
other minerals, not having taken out a 
license as a manufacturer, shall be re- 
garded as a miner — license 10 00 

Miners — No license is required of miners 
whose claims do not exceed 1,000 dol- 
lars per year. 

Mineral coal, except pea coal and dust 

coal, per ton 6 cts. 

Mineral water, artificial 6 per ct. 

Mineral water, from springs, for each 
bottle containing not more than a pint 7-10 ct. 

Mineral water, for each bottle containing 
over a pint and not over a quart 1 1-4 ct. 

Mineral water, for each bottle containing 
over a quart, for each quart or fraction. 1 1-4 ct. 

Mittens 6 per ct. 

Moccasins 6 per ct. 

Molasses, produced from the sugar cane, 
and not made from sorghum or im- 
phee, per gallon 6 cts. 

Molasses, syrup of, or sugar cane juice, 
when removed from the plantation, 
concentrated molasses, melado and 
cistern bottoms, of sugar produced 
from the sugar cane and not made from 
sorghum or imphee, per pound 1 6-10 ct. 

Molasses made from other articles than 
the sugar cane, is not considered a 
manufacture. 

Monumental stones, with or without in- 
scriptions 6 per ct. 

Mortgages of lands, estate or property, 
real or personal, heritable or movable, 
whatsoever, where the same shall be 
made as.a security for the payment of 
any definite and certain sum of money 
lent at the time, or previously due aud 
owing, or forborne to be paid, being 
payable; also, any conveyance of any 
lands, estate, or property whatsoever, 
in trust, to be sold, or otherwise con- 
verted into money, which shall be in- 
tended only as security, and shall be 
redeemable before the sale or other 
disposal thereof, either by express 
stipulation or otherwise ; or any per- 
sonal bond given as security for the 
payment of any definite or certain 
sum of money, exceeding 100 dollars 
and not exceeding 500 dollars 50 cts. 

Mortgages, exceeding 500 dollars, and 



not exceeding 1,000 dollars 1 00 

Mortgages, for every additional 500 dol- 
lars, or fraction in excess of 1,000 dol- 
lars 50 cts. 

Mortgages, upon each and every assign- 
ment or transfer of a mortgage, or 
policy of insurance, or the renewal or 
continuance of any agreement, con- 
tract, or charter, by letter or otherwise, 
a stamp duty shall be paid equal to 
that imposed on origiual instrument. 

Movements, clock 6 per ct. 

Museums, same as " Theatres."' 
Musical instruments, see " Pianofortes." 

Mustard, ground, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Mustard seed oil, per gallon 6 cts. 

Mutual insurance companies, see '' Insur- 
ance." 

NAILS, made of copper, zinc or 
brass 3 6-10 per ct. 

Nails, cut, see "Iron." 

Naphtha, Distillate, per gallon 20 cts. 

Naphtha, of a specific gravity exceeding 
70 degrees, according to Baume's hy- 
drometer, and of the kind usually 
known as gasoline 5 per et 

Newspapers are not to be regarded as a 
manufacture, or submitted to a rate of 
duty as a manufacture. 

New-papers, for all advertisements, on 
gross receipts, see " Advertisements". 3 per ct. 

Notarial act, see " Protest." 

Note, see " Promissory Note." 

OIL, crude petroleum or rock oil, per 
barrel „. 1 00 

Oils, animal, all, pure or adulterated, if 
not otherwise provided for, per gallon 6 cts. 

Oil, coal, refined and distilled from coal, 
asphaltum or shale exclusively, per 
gallon 15 cts. 

Oil, coal, illuminating, produced by the 
distillation of coal, asphaltum, shale, 
peat, petroleum or rock oil, and ail 
other bituminous substances, per gal- 
lon , 20 cts. 

Oil, lard, pure or adulterated, per gallon 6 cts. 

Oil, linseed, pure or adulterated, per gal- 
lon 6 cts. 

Oil, mustard seed, pure or adulterated, 
per gallon 6 cts. 

Oil, all vegetable, per gallon 6 eta. 

Oils, essential 6 cts. 

Oil, whale exempt 

Oil, fish exempt 

Oil stills g. . . .6 per ct. 

Order for the payment of any sum of 
money drawn upon any bank, trust 
company, or any person or persons, 
companies or corporations, at sight or 
on demand, stamp duty, same as "Bill 
of Exchange." 

Organs, same as " Pianofortes." 

Oxide of zinc, per 100 pounds 42 cts. 

PACKET, containing medicines, etc., 
same as bottles containing the same. 
See " Bottles." 
Paints or painters' colors, dry or ground 
in oil or in paste with water, not other- 
wise provided for 6 per ct. 

Paints shall not be subject to any addi- 
tional duty in consequence of being 
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ties upon all the materials so mixed 
and ground shall have been previously 
actually paid. 

Pamphlets 5 per ct. 

Paper, of all descriptions 3 per ct. 

Paper, manufactures of 6 per ct. 

Paraffine exempt 

Parasols, of any material 6 per ct. 

Passport, on each issued from the office 
of the Secretary of State 5 00 

Passage ticket, by any vessel from a port 
in the United States to a foreign port, 
of 35 dollars or less 50 cts. 

Passage ticket, exceeding 35 dollars and 

not exceeding 50 dollars 1 00 

Passage ticket, for every additional 50 
dollars, or fractional parts thereof, in 
excess of 50 dollars. . . . : 1 00 

Pasteboard 3 per ct. 

Patent agents 10 00 

Patent right dealers, under which term is 
included every person whose business 
it is to sell or offer for sale patent 
rights, for license 10 00 

Patent leather, see " Leather." 

Pawnbrokers, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business or 
occupation it is to take or receive, by 
way of pledge, pawn or exchange, 
any goods, wares or merchandise, or 
any kind of personal property what- 
ever, for the repayment or security of 
money lent thereon, when using a cap- 
ital of not over 50,000 dollars, for li- 
cense 50 00 

Pawnbrokers, using a capital exceeding 
60,000 dollars, for every additional 
1,000 dollars in excess of 50,000 dollars 2 00 

Pawnbrokers' certificates lor an amount 
of loan less than five dollars do not re- 
quire a stamp. 

Peddlers, under wh'ch term is included 
every person who sells or offers to sell, 
at retail, goods, wares or other com- 
modities, traveling from place to place 
in the street, or through different parts 
of the country, when traveling with 
more than two horses or mules, for 
each license 50 00 

Peddlers, when traveling with two horses 
or mules, for each license 25 00 

Peddlers, when traveling with one horse 
or mule, for each licen*e 15 00 

Peddlers, when traveling on foot, for 
each license 10 00 

Peddlers, who sell newspapers, bibles, 

or religious tracts exclusively exempt 

Peddlers, who sell or offer to sell dry 
goods, foreign or domestic, by one or 
more original packages or pieces at 
one time to the same person, for each 

license 50 00 

Peddlers, who peddle jewelry, for each 

license 50 00 

J8®" No man not enrolled for milita- 
ry service, cases of physical disabil- 
ity and over age excepted, shall be en- 
titled to take out a license as a peddler. 
Pepper, ground, and all imitations of, 

per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Perfumery, same as *' Medicines." 
Petroleum or rock oil, crude, per barrel 

of 45 gallons 1 00 

Phials, containing medicines, etc, same 
as " Bottles." 



Photographs, or sun pictures, except as 
follows : Upon each picture, when the 

price shall not exceed 25 cents 2 cts. 

Photographs, or sun pictures, exceeding 
the retail price of 15 cents, and not 

exceeding the sum of 50 cents 3 cts. 

Photographs, exceeding the retail price 
of 50 cents, and not exceeding one 
dollar 5 cts. 

Photographs, exceeding the retail price 
of one dollar, for every additional dol- 
lar or fractional part 5 cts. 

Photographs, or any other sun picture, 
being copies of engravings or works of 
art, when the same are sold by the 
producer at wholesale at a price not 
exceeding 10 cents each, or are used 
for the illustration of books, and on 
photographs so small in size that a 
stamp can not be affixed, ad valorem. .G per ct. 

Photographers, under which term is in- 
cluded every person who makes for 
sale photographs, ambrctypes or pic- 
tures by the action of light, for each 
license when the receipts do not ex- 
ceed 500 dollars 10 00 

Photographers. when the receipts are over 
500 dollars and under 1,000 dollars, for 
license 15 00 

Photographers, when the receipts are 
over 1,000 dollars 25 00 

Physicians, under which term is included 
every p<rson (except apothecaries,) 
whose business it is, for fee or reward, 
to prescribe remedies or perform any 
surgical operation for the cure of any 
bodily disease or ailing, dentists in- 
cluded, for each license 10 00 

Pianofortes, organs, melodeons, or other 
parlor musical instruments, kept for 
use, not including those placed in 
churches or puMie edifices, valued at 
not less than 100 dollars or above 200 
dollars, each 2 00 

Pianofortes, organs, melodeons, or other 
parlor instruments, value over 200 dol- 
lars, not over 400 dollars, each 4 00 

Pianofortes, organs, melodeons, or other 
parlor instruments, value over 400 dol- 
lars, each 6 00 

Pickles, preserved fruits, etc 6 per ct. 

Pijr iron, per ton 2 40 

Pills, same as "Dentifrice." 

Pimento, ground, and all imitations of, 
per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Pins, solid head or other 6 per ct. 

Pipes, earthen and stone, water. . . .3 6-10 per ct. 

Pipes, lead 3 10 per ct. 

Pipes, when duty on pigs or bars h'ds not 

been paid ;-... . .6 per ct. 

Planing machines, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Planes 6 per ct. 

Plaster is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

Plasters, same as " Dentifrice." 

Plate, of gold, k'-pt for use. per oz troy. 50 cts. 

Plate, of silver, kept for use, per oz. troy 5 cts. 

Plate silver, as above, to the extent of 
40 oz Free 

Plate, belonging to religious societies. . Free 

Plumbers and gas-fitters, including every 
person, firm or corporation whose bus- 
iness it is to fit, furnish or sell plumb- 
ing materials, gas pipes, gas burners 
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Policy of insurance, life, see " Insur- 
ance." 

Policy of insurance, marine or inland, 
see " Insurance." 

Policy of insurance, fire, see " Insur- 
ance." 

Porter, per barrel of 31 gallons, fraction- 
al parts in proportion, see " Malt Li- 
quors." 

Pots, containing medicines, etc., same as 
"Bottles." 

Pottery ware 6 

Power of attorney, for the sale or trans- 
fer of any stock, bonds or scrip, or for 
the collection of any dividend or inter- 
est thereon, stamp duty 

Power of attorney or proxy, for voting 
at any election for officers of any in- 
corporated company or society, ex- 
cept charitable, religious, literary and 
cemetery societies, stamp duty 

Power of attorney, to sell and convey 
real estate or to rent or to lease the 
same 

Power of attorney, to receive or collect 
rents, stamp duty 

Power of attorney, for any other pur- 
pose 

Power of attorney, made in any foreign 
country, same stamp duty as if made 
in the United States. 

Precious stones and all imitations, see 
" Diamonds." 

Precious stones and all imitations, im- 
ported from foreign countries, or upon 
which import duties have been paid, 
when set or reset in gold or other ma- 
terial, duty to be assessed only on val- 
ue of settings. 

Preparations, medicinal, same as "Med- 
icines." 

Preparations, of which coffee forms a 
part when ground, or which are pre- 
pared for sale as a substitute for coffee, 
see " Coffee." 

Preserved fish, fruit, meats, vegetables, 
shellfish 6 

Printed books, magazines, pamphlets, 
reviews, and all other similar printed 
publications, except newspapers 5 

Printed books, on all advertisements, on 
gross receipts for 3 

Printed cards and circulars, see " Circu- 
lars." 

Printers' ink is not to be considered a 
manufacture. 

Probate of will, where the estate and 
effects, (i.e. both real and personal 
estate,) for or in respect of which such 
probate applied for shall be sworn or 
declared not to exceed the value of 
2,000 dollars, stamp duty 

Probate of will, to exceed 2,000 dollars, 
for every additional 1,000 dollars, or 
fraction, in excess of 2,000 dollars. . . 

Produce brokers, under which term is 
included every person other thau one 
holding a license as a broker, whole- 
sale or retail dealer, whose occupation 
it is to buy and sell agricultural or farm 
products, and whose annual sales do 
not exceed 10 000 dollars 

Profits, annual, of every person, see 
" Income." 

Promissory note — Any memorandum, 
check, receipt, or other wiitten or 

; 



per ct. 
25 cts. 

10 cts. 

1 00 
25 cts. 

50 cts. 



per ct. 

per ct. 
per ct. 



1 00 
50 cts. 



10 00 



printed evidence of an amount of 
money to be paid on demand, or at a 
time designated, shall be considered 
as a " Promissory Note," and re- 
stamped accordingly. See " Bill of 
Exchange, (inland)." 

Property, annual income from, same as 
" Profit-." 

Property, left by legacy, see " Lega- 
cies." 

Protest of every note, bill of exchange, 
acceptance, check or draft, or any 
marine protest 25 cts.' 

Publications, same as " Printed Books." 

aUICKSILVER, produced from the 
ore 2 2-5 per ct. 

RAILROADS, on gross receipts, where 
the gross receipts exceed $1,000 
per annum 2 1-2 per ct. 

Railroads, see "Ships," third paragraph. 

Railroads and other conveyances of pas- 
sengers, the law authorizes the levy- 
ing of one cent additional to the fare 
on every fraction of a cent involved, to 
cover the above tax. 

Railroads — on bonds, or other evidences 
of indebtedness, upon which interest 
is stipulated to be paid, on the amount 
of interest, and on coupons, dividends, 
or profits carried to the account of any 
fund 5 per ct. 

Ready-made clothing, boots, shoes 
gloves, mittens, moccasins, caps, hats 
and bonnets, or other articles of dress 
for men, women or children, ad 

valorem 6 per ct. 

jgG§= Provided, that any manufac- 
turer of the above named articles, who 
is exclusively engaged in manufactur- 
ing to order or custom work, who shall 
make affidavit that the entire amount 
of such manufactures does not exceed 
the sum of six hundred dollars per 
annum, shall be exempt from duty; 
but, when such order or custom work 
exceeds the sum of six hundred dollars, 
a duty of three per cent., ad valorem, 
shall be levied on the excess. 

Real estate agents, under which term is 
included every person whose business 
it is to sell, or offer for sale, real estate 
for others, or to rent houses, stores, or 
other buildings, or real estate, or to 
collect rent for others, for license 50 00 

Real estate, succession to, when the suc- 
cessor shall be the lineal issue or lineal 
successor of the predecessor, duty, $1 
per centum of the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
a brother or sister or a descendant of a 
brother or sister of the predecessor, 
duty at the rate of $2 per centum on 
the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
a brother or sister of the father or mother 
or a descendant of a brother or sister 
of the father or mother of the prede- 
cessor, duty at the rate of four dollars 
per centum on the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
a brother or sister of the grandfather 
or grandmother, or a descendant of the 
brother or sister of the grandfather or 
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at the rate of five dollars per centum 
on the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
in any other degree of collateral con- 
sanguinity to the predecessor, or a 
stranger in blood, duty at the rate of 
six dollars per centum on the value. 

Real estate, where it shall become sub- 
ject to a trust for any charitable or 
public purposes, under any past or 
future disposition which, if made in 
favor of an individual, would confer 
on him a succession, there shall be 
payable in respect of such real estate, 
upon its becoming subject to such 
trust, upon the amount or principal 
value of such real estate G per ct. 

Receipt, warehouse, stamp duty, see 
" Warehouse Receipt." 

Receipts for the payment of any sum of 
money, or for tbe payment of any debt 
due, exceeding twenty dollars, not 
being for the satisfaction of any mort- 
gage, or judgment, or decree of any 
court, and a receipt for the delivery of 
any property (except receipts issued 
by any persons, firm or companies 
doing an express business, on the de- 
livery of any property for transpor- 
tation), stamp duty. ... 2 cts. 

Rectifiers, under which term is included 
every person who rectifies, purifies or 
refines spirituous licpiors or wines by 
any process, or mixes distilled spirit, 
whisky, brandy, gin or wine with any 
other materials fi-r sale under the name 
of rum, whisky, brandy, gin, wine, or 
any other name or names, for each 
license to rectify any quantity of spir- 
ituous liquors not exceeding five hun- 
dred barrels, packages or casks con- 
taining not more than forty gallons to 
each 25 00 

Rectifiers, for each additional five hun- 
dred barrels, or any fraction thereof. . 25 00 

Refiners, sugar, see " Sugar Refineis." 

Renewal of insurance, see " Policy of 
Insurance." 

Reuts, annual income from, see " In- 
comes.'' 

Repairs of engines, cars, carriages, or 
other ar icles, when such repairs in- 
crease the value of the article so re- 
paired ten per centum or over, on such 
increased value 3 6-lOths per cent. 
4®= Provided, that on such repairs 
made upon ships, steamboats or other 
vessels, a duty of 2 2-5 ths per centum 
only, on the increased value shall be 
assessed. 

Retail dealers, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business or 
occupation it is to sell, or offer for sale 
any goods, wares or merchandise of 
foreign or domestic production, not 
including -pirits, wines, ale, beer, or 
other malt liquors, and whose annual 
sales exceed oue thousand dollars, and 
do not exceed twenty-five thousand 
dollars, for license 10 00 

Retail dealers, whose gross annual sales 

do not exceed one thousand dollars. . . exempt. 

Retail liquor dealers, under which term 
is included every person who shall sell 
or offer for sale foreign or domestic 
spirits, wines, ale, beer, or other malt 



liquors in quantities of three gallons 
or less, and whose annual sales do not 
exceed twenty-five thousand dollars ; 
but nothing, including all ssles of 
other merchandise, herein contained, 
shall authorize the sale of any spirits, 
liquors, wines or malt liquors to be 
drank on the premises, for each 
license 25 00 

Reviews and similar publications, (same 
as " Pamphlet,"; 5 per ct. 

Rivets, exceeding one-fourth of an inch 
in diameter, per ton, see " Iron." 

Rivets, exceeding one-fourth of an inch 
in diameter, iron, where the duty has 
been paid on the material of which 
made, only an additional duty, per 
ton, see " Iron. 7 ' 

Rivets of copper, zinc and brass 3 6-10 per ct. 

Roads, toll, on receipts 3 per ct. 

Rock oil , crude, per barrel 1 00 

Rock oil, refiued, see " Oils." 

Roman or water cement 3 6-10 per ct. 

SAILS 6 per ct. 
Salaries, annual income from, when 
exceeding six hundred dollars, on the 
excess over six bundled dollars 5 per ct. 

Salaries, all, of persons in employ of the 
United States, when exceeding the 
rate of six hundred dollars per year, 
on the excess above six hundred 
dollars 5 per ct. 

Salaries, on the annual income from, when 
exceeding five thousand dollars, on the 
excess over five thousand dollars 10 per ct. 

Salaries, see " Income." 

Saleratus, per pound 6 mills. 

Sales, auction, of goods, etc., on gross 
amount of sales 1-4 of 1 per ct. 

Sales, of stocks, etc 1-4. of i per ct. 

Sales made by public officers, etc exempt. 

Sales of gold aud silver 1-10 per ct. 

Salt, per hundred pounds 7 1-5 cts. 

Sandstone, dressed, hewn or finished,3 6-10 per ct. 

Savings banks, see " Banks." 

Sarsaparilla waters 6 per ct. 

Savings institutions, on all dividends. . .5 per ct. 

Screws, called wood screws 10 per ct. 

Segars, cheroots and cigarettes, made 
wholly of tobacco, or of any substitute 
therefor, whether imported or of do- 
mestic manufacture, without regard to 
quality, per thousand 10 00 

Segars, cheroots and cigarettes made of 
tobacco, inclosed in a paper wrapper, 
in packages containing uot more than 
25 cigarettes, and valued at not more 
than five dollars per 100 packages, per 
package 5 cts. 

Segar lights, see " Matches." 

Sewing machines, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Shades, canvass 6 per ct. 

Shafting and gearing 6 per ct. 

Sheathing metal < yellow, in rods or 
sheets 3G-10 per ct. 

Shellfish, in cans or air-tight packages. 6 per ct. 

Sheep, slaughtered, per head 5 cts. 

Sheep, when number of sheep, calves, 
swine and lambs does not exceed 20. . exempt. 

Sheep, slaughtered for the pelts, per 
head 2 cts. 

Sheepskins, tanned, curried and finished. 6 per ct. 

Shingles are not to be considered a man- 
ufacture. 

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sail-boats, etc., finished, including 
cabins, inner and upper works. ...2 2-5 per ct. 

Ships, except when plying between 
ports, of the United States and foreign, 
ports on gross receipts, where the 
receipts exceed one thousand dollars 
per annum 2 1-2 per ct. 

Ships— The above duty of 2 1-2 per cent, 
is to be collected on the gross receipts, 
when ships, or vessels, or other con- 
veyances are engaged in carrying per- 
sons or property from a port within 
the United States, through a foreign 
territory, to another port within the 
United States. 

jg@P A clause in the amendatory 
tariff act of March 3, 1865, exempts 
the receipts of vessels paying tonnage 
duties from the tax imposed in section 
103. 

Ships and other vessels, repairs on, in- 
creased value over ten per cent., on 
such increase 3 6-10 per ct. 

Ship blocks 2 2-5 per ct. 

Shoemakers, see " Bootmakers." 

Shooks exempt. 

Shot 3 6-10 per ct. 

Shows — The proprietors or agents of all 
public exhibitions, not herein enume- 
rated, shall pay for license 10 00 

Silk parasols 6 per ct. 

Silk umbrellas 6 per ct. 

Silk, manufactures of, not otherwise spe- 
cified 6 per ct. 

Silver, manufactures of, except jewelry, 
when not otherwise specified 6 per ct. 

Silver ore may be transported over the 
plains free. 

Skins, calf, tanned 6 per ct. 

Skins, patent 6 per ct. 

Skins, goat, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, kid, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, goat, curried, manufactured or 
finished 6 per ct. 

Skins, kid, curried, manufactured or 
finished 6 per ct. 

Skins, sheep, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, dog, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, sheep, tanned, curried or finished. 6 per ct. 

Skins, deer, dressed and smoked 6 per ct. 

Skins, hog, tanned and dressed 6 per ct. 

Skins, horse, tanned and dressed 6 per ct. 

Skins, all goat, calf, kid, sheep, horse, 
dog and hog skins, previously assessed 
in the rough, and upon which duties 
have actually been paid, shall be as- 
sessed on the increased value only 
when curried or finished. 

Skins, upon which a duty has been pre- 
viously assessed and paid, when 
manufactured into gloves, mittens or 
moccasins, the duty shall only be as- 
sessed upon the increased value thereof 
when manufactured. 

Skins, of all descriptions 6 per ct. 

Skirts, hoop, materials for the manufac- 
ture of. exclusively free. 

Slack water companies, same as " Canal 
companies." 

Slate, when dressed, hewn or finish- 
ed 36-10 per ct. 



Slaughtered cattle, see " Cattle." 

Slaughtered, hogs, see "Hogs." 

Slaughtered, sheep, see " Sheep." 

Suuff, manufactured of tobacco, or any 
substitute for tobacco, ground, dry or 
damp, pickled, scented or otherwise, 
of all descriptions, per pound 40 cts. 

Snuff, flour, same as " Snuff." 

Soap, Castile, valued not above 5 cents 
per pound, per pound 2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, Castile, valued above 5 cents per 
pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, cream, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, erasive, valued at not above 5 cts. 
per pound, per pound 2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, erasive, valued above 5 cents per 
pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, fancy, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, honey, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, palm oil, valued at not above 5 
cents per pound, per pound 2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, palm oil, valued above 5 cents per 
pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, scented, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, shaving, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, toilet, of all descriptions, per 
pound 6 cts. 

Soap, transparent, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, of all other descriptions, white or 
colored, except soft soap, and soap 
otherwise provided for, valued at not 
above 5 cents per pound, per pound.2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, of all descriptions, valued above 5 
cents per pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, soft 6 per ct. 

Soda, bicarbonate of, per pound 6 mills. 

Soda waters, and all beverages used for 
like purposes 6 per ct. 

Sole leather, see " Leather." 

Spars - 2 2-5 per ct. 

Spelter 3 6-10 per ct. 

Spikes, per ton, see " Iron." 

Spirits, distilled and sold, or distilled 
and removed for consumption or sale, 
of first proof, on and after July 1, 
1864, and prior to February 1, 1865, 
per gallon 150 

Spirits, distilled and sold, on and after 

February 1, 1865 2 00 

Spirits, medicinal, same as "Dentifrice." 

Spirits of turpentine, per gallon 25 cts. 

Spokes free. 

Stage coaches, or other vehicles en- 
gaged or employed in transporting 
passengers or property for hire, or in 
transporting the mails of the United 
States, or gross receipts, where the 
gross receipts exceed oue thousand 
dollars per annum 2 1-2 per ct. 

Stage coaches, see " Ships," third para- 
graph. 

Stallions and jacks, owners ot. every 
person who keeps a male horse or a 
jackass for the use of mares, requiring 
or receiving pay therefor, shall be re- 
quired to take out a license under this 
act, which shall contain a brief de- 
scription of the animal, its age and 
place or places where used or to be 
used, for license 10 00 

Starch, made of corn, per pound. . . .3 6-10 mills. 

Starch, made of potatoes, per p und. .2 2-5 mills. 

Starch, made of rice, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Starch, made of wheat, per pound. ...2 2-5 mills. 

Starch, made of any other material, per 



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pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Staves exempt. 

Steamers and vessels npon waters of the 
United States, on board of which pas- 
sengers or travelers are provided with 
food or lodging, shall be required to 
take out a license at 25 00 

Steam engines, including locomotives 
and marine engines, on all their p; rts, 
ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Steam engines, where duties have been 
paid on the boilers, the amount to be 
deducted lrom the finished engines. 

Steamboats, on gross receipts, where the 
gross receipts exceed 1,000 dollars per 
annum 2-£- per ct. 

Steamboats, see " Ship*." 

Steamboats and steamers, repairs on, in- 
creased value over 10 per cent, on such 
increase 3 6-10 per ct. 

Steamers, and vessels boarding passen- 
gers, license same as for boarding- 
house 25 00 

Steel, manufactures of , when not other- 
wise specified 6 per ct. 

Steel, in ingots, bars, sheets or wire, not 
less than one-quarter of an inch in 
thickness, valued at 7 cents per pound 
or less, per ton 6 00 

Steel, in ingots, bars, sheets or wire, val- 
ued above 7 cents and not above 11 
cents per pound, per ton 10 

Steel, in ingots, bars, sheets or wire, val- 
ued above 11 cents per pound, per ton 12 50 

Steel, rolled and sheet, rod or wire made 
of steel, upon which a duty has been 
assessed and paid, shall be assessed and 
pay upon the increased value 6 per ct. 

Stereotypy's , productions of 6 per ct. 

Stills, tanks, etc 6 per ct. 

Stones, building, of any desciption, 
when dressed, hewn or finished. .3 6-10 per ct. 

Stock insurance companies, see " Insur- 
ance." 

Stoves, per ton of 2.000 pounds 3 GO 

Substitute brokers, including every per- 
son who shall furnish or offer to fur- 
nish, for pay, fee or reward, volun- 
teers, representative recruits or sub- 
stitutes for men drafted, or liable to be 
drafted, for the military or naval ser- 
vice of the United States, for every 
man accepted 10 00 

Substitute brokers' license 100 00 

Succession to real estate, see " Real Es- 
tate." 

Sugar refiners, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business it 
is to advance the quality and value of 
sugar upon which a duty has been as- 
sessed and paid, by melting and crys- 
tallization, or by liquoring, claying or 
any other washing process, or by any 
other chemical or mechanical means, 
or who shall advance the quality or 
value of molasses and concentrated 
molasses, melado or concentrated me- 
lado, by boiling or other process, on 
the gross amount of the sales of all 
the products of their manufactories.. .3 per ct. 

Sugar, not above No. 12, D. S., in color, 
produced directly from the sugar cane, 
and not from sorghum or imphee, other 
than that produced by the refiner, per 
pound 2 2-5 cts. 



Sugar, above No. 12 and not above No. 
18, D. S., produced directly from the 
sugar cane and not from sorghum or 
imphee, per pound 3 cts. 

Sugar, above No. 18, per pound 4 cts. 

Sugar candy, made wholly or in part of 
sugar, valued at 20 cents per pound or 
less, per pound 2 2-5 cts. 

Sugar candy, valued at exceeding 20 
cents and not exceediug 40 cents per 
pound, per pound 4 8-10 cts. 

Sugar candy, valued at exceeding 40 
cents p> r pound, or when sold other- 
wise than by the pound 12 per ct. 

Sugar, made from other articles than 
the sugar cane, is not considered a 
manufacture exempt 

Sugar coated pills, same as " Denti- 
frice." 

Sugar tanks, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Sulphate of barytes, per 100 pounds. .14 4-10 cts. 

Surgeons, for each license 10 00 

Swine, slaughtered, for sale, each 10 cts. 

TAILORS, same as " Milliners." 
Tanks 6 per ct. 

Tapers, see " Matches." 

Tar, coal, produced in the manufacture 
of gas exempt 

Tarred paper, for roofing, etc 3 6 10 per ct. 

Taverns, same as " Hotels." 

Teams, wagons or vehicles used in trans- 
porting silver ore across the plains are 
not required to pay tax on receipts. 

Telegraph companies, on gross receipts. 5 per ct. 

Tents 6 per ct. 

Theatres, under which term is included 
every place or edifice erected for the 
purpose of dramatic, operatic or other 
representations, plays or performances, 
and not including balls, rented or used 
occasionally for concerts or theatrical 
representations, for each license.. .. 100 00 

Theatres, on gross receipts 2 per ct. 

Thread 6 per ct. 

Ticket, passage, by any vessel from any 
port in the United States to a foreign 
port, see " Passage Ticket." 

Timber is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

Timepieces, see " Clocks," 6 per ct. 

Tin, manufactures of, when not other- 
wise specified 6 per ct. 

Tobacconists, under which term is in- 
cluded every person who shall offer 
for sale, at retail, cigars, snuff or to- 
bacco, in any form, (wholesale and 
retail dealers, keepers of hotels, inns 
and taverns or eating-houses having 
taken out a license are not required to 
take out a license as tobacconists,) for 
each license 10 00 

Tobacconists, whose gross annual sales 
do not exceed 1,000 dollars exempt 

Tobacco, Cavendish, per pound 40 era. 

Tobacco, smoking of all kinds, and imi- 
tations thereof, not otherwise provided 
for, per pound 35 cts. 

Tooacco, smoking, made exclusively of 
stems, and not mixed with leaf or leaf 
and stems, and on fine cut, and shorts, 
and scraps of tobacco, the refuse of 
cigars manufactured, and also on all 
scraps or refuse of plugs manufactured, 
when sold for smoking tobacco, or for 



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consumption or otherwise, per pound . 15 cts. 

Tobacco, fine cut, chewing, whether 
manufactured with stems in or not, 
and however sold, whether loose, 
in bulk or in rolls, packages, papers, 
wrappers or boxes, per pound 40 cts. 

Tobacco, manufactured, of all kinds, not 
herein provided for, from which the 
stem has been taken in whole or in 
part, or which is sweetened, per lb. . . 35 cts. 

Tobacco, plug, same as " Tobacco, Cav- 
endish," 40 cts. 

Tobacco, twist, same as " Tobacco, Cav- 
endish," 40 cts. 

Tobacco, twist, manufactured by hand, 
without the use of any machine, and 
without being pressed, sweetened or 
otherwise prepared 30 cts. 

Tobacco, all other kinds manufactured, 
not otherwise provided for 40 cts. 

Tools 6 per ct. 

Trust companies, on dividends, etc 5 per ct. 

Turnpike companies, on interest, cou- 
pons, dividends or profits carried to 
the account of any fund 5 per ct. 

Turpentine, spirits of, per gallon 20 cts. 

UMBRELLAS, made of cotton 6 per ct. 
Umbrellas, made of any other ma- 
terial 6 per ct. 

Umbrella stretchers, timber for exempt 

VARNISH, made wholly or in part of 
gum copal, or of other gums or 
substances 6 per ct. 

Vegetable oils, per gallon 6 cts. 

Vegetables, preserved .6perct. 

Vessels, except as provided for under 
head of "Ships," second paragraph, 
on gross receipts, where the gross re- 
ceipts exceed 1,000 dollars per annum 2 J per ct. 

Vessels, see " Ships." 

Vessels, repairs on, increased value over 

10 per cent., on such increase 3 6-10 per ct. 

Vessel blocks 2 2-5 per ct. 

WAREHOUSE ENTRY, at custom 
houses, not exceeding 100 dollars 
in value, stamp duty 25 cts. 

Warehouse entry, exceeding 100 dollars 
and not exceeding 500 dollars 50 cts. 

Warehouse entry, exceeding 500 dollars 
in value 100 

Warehouse receipts for property, goods, 
wares or merchandise, not otherwise 
provided for, in any public or private 
warehouse, when the property or goods 
so deposited or stored shall not exceed 
in value 500 dollars 10 cts. 

Warehouse receipts, exceeding in value 
500 dollars, and not exceeding 1,000 
dollars 20 cts. 

Warehouse receipts, exceeding 1,000 
dollars, for every additional 1,000 dol- 
lars 10 cts. 

Warehouse receipts, others "25 cts. 

Warp for weaving 6 per ct. 

Water cement 3 6-10 per ct. 

Water pipes, earthen or stone 3 6-10 per ct. 

Water tanks, ad valorem. 6 per ct. 

Watches, gold, value 100 dollars or less. 1 00 

Watches, gold, value over 100 dollars. . . 2 00 

Weighers, return of, for a weight not ex- 
ceeding 5,000 fts 10 cts. 

Weighers, return of, for a weight exceed- 



ing 5,000 lbs 25 cts. 

Whale oil exempt 

Whisky, per gallon, see "Spirits." 

White lead, per 100 fts 42 cts. 

Wholesale dealers, under which term is 
included every person whose business 
or occupation it is to sell or offer to sell 
any goods, wares or merchandise, of 
foreign or domestic production, not 
including spirits, malt liquors or wines, 
whose sales exceed 25,000 dollars, 
when the annual sales do not exceed 
50,000 dollars, for each license 50 00 

Wholesale dealers, if exceeding 50,000 
dollars, for each additional 1,000 dol- 
lars in excess of 50,000 dollars 1 00 

Wholesale dealers — The license required 
by any wholesale dealer shall not be 
for a less amount than his sales for the 
previous year, unless he has made or 
proposes to make some change in his 
business that will, in the judgment of 
the assessor or assistant assessor, re- 
duce the amount of his annual sales ; 
nor shall any license as wholesale deal- 
er allow any such person to act as 
commercial broker : Provided, that 
any license understated may be again 
assessed, and that no person holding a 
license as a wholesale dealer in liquors 
shall be required to take an additional 
license on account of the sale of other 
goods, wares or merchandise on the 
same premises. 

Wholesale dealers in liquors, under which 
term is included every person who 
shall sell or offer for sale any distilled 
spirits, fermented liquors, or wines of 
any kind, in quantities of more than 
three gallons at any one time , or whose 
annual sales, including sales of other 
merchandise, shall exceed 25,000, shall 
pay for each license the amount re- 
quired for license to " Wholesale 
Dealers." 

Willow, manufactures of 6 per ct. 

Wine, made of grapes, per gallon. ..... 6 cts. 

Wines, or liquors denominated as wines, 
not made from currants, rhubarb or 
berries, produced by being rectified or 
mixed with other spirits, or with which 
any matter whatever may be infused, 
to be sold as wine, or by any other 
name, and not otherwise provided for, 
per gallon '. 60 C ts. 

Withdrawal entry, at Custom House, 
stamp duty 60 cts. 

Wood, manufactures of, if not otherwise 
provided for 6 per ct. 

Wood screws 12 per ct. 

Wool fabrics, woven, knit or felted, be- 
fore dyed, printed, bleached or pre- 
pared in any other manner 6 per ct. 

Wool, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Worsteds, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Worm lozenges, same as " Dentifrice." 

Writ, see " Legal Documents." 

YACHTS, pleasure or racing boats, by 
sail or steam, measuring, by Custom 
House measurement, ten tons or less, 

each 5 00 

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ceeding ten, and not exceeding twenty 

tons, each 10 00 

Yachts, pleasure or racing boats, ex- 
ceeding twenty, and not exceeding 
forty tons, each 25 00 

Yachts, pleasure or racing boats, ex- 
ceeding forty, and not exceeding 
eighty tons, each 50 00 

Yachts, racing or pleasure boats, ex- 
ceeding eighty, and not exceeding one 
hundred and ten tons, each 75 00 

Yachts, pleasure or racing boats, ex- 



ceeding one hundred and ten tons, 

each 100 00 

Yarn 6 per ct. 

Yellow sheathing metal 3 6-10 per ct. 

Yellow sheathing metal, when duty has 
not been paid on ingots, pigs or bars. .6 per ct. 

ZINC, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Zinc, oxide of, per 100 lbs 42 cts. 

Zinc nails 3 6-10 per ct. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 

IN THE 

STATE OF INDIANA. 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Aberdeen 


Ohio 


Aurora 


Dearborn 


Abingdon 


Wayne 


Austin 


Scott 


Acton 


Marion 


Avilla 


Noble 


Adair 


Marion 


Azalia 


Bartholomew 


Adams 


Decatur 


Baker's Mills 


^Jackson 


Akron 


Fulton 


Bain bridge 


Putnam 


Alamo 


Montgomery 


Balaka 


Randolph 


Albany 


Delaware 


Ballstown 


Ripley 


Albion 


Noble 


Baltimore 


Warren 


Alden 


Marshall 


Barber's Mills 


Wells 


Alexandria 


Madison 


Barbersville 


Jefferson 


Alfont 


Madison 


Barren 


Harrison 


Alfordsville 


Daviess 


Bartonia 


Randolph 


Allensville 


Switzerland 


Bateham 


Sullivai: 


Alligator 


Owen 


Batesville 


Ripley 


Alpha 


Scott 


Battle Ground 


• Tippecanoe 


Alquina 


Fayette 


Bayou Mills 


Huntington 


Alto 


Howard 


Bean Blossom 


Brown 


Alton 


Crawford 


Bear Branch 


Ohio 


Alvarado 


Steuben 


Bear Creek 


Jay 


America 


Wabash 


Beaver Ham 


Kosciusko 


Americus 


Tippecanoe 


Beck's Mills 


Washington 


Amity 


Johnson 


Beckville 


Montgomery 


Amsterdam 


Cass 


Bedford 


Lawrence 


Anderson 


Madison 


Beech Grove 


Rush 


Andersonville 


Franklin 


Beechy Mire 


Union 


Angola 


Steuben 


Belden 


Wabash 


Anguilla 


Clay 


Belle Air 


Clay 


Annapolis 


Parke 


Bellmore 


Parke 


Anoka 


Cass 


Beliville 


Hendricks 


Antioch 


Huntington 


Bennettsville 


Clark 


Arba 


Randolph 


Bennington 


Switzerland 


Arcadia 


Hamilton 


Benton 


Elkhart 


Arcana 


Grant 


Bentonville 


Fayette 


Areola 


Allen 


Benville 


Jennings 


Arctic 


De Kalb 


Berlin 


Clinton 


Argos 


Marshall 


Bethany 


Parke 


Armiesburg 


Parke 


Bethel 


Wayne 


Arney 


Owen 


Bethlehem 


Clark 


Ascension 


Sullivan 


Bigelow's Mills 


Laporte 


Ashborough 


Clay 


Big Springs 


Laporte 


Ashley's Mills 


Montgomery 


Billingsville 


Union 


Ashland 


Henry 


Bird's Eye 


Dubois 


Atkinsonville 


Owen 


Black Creek 


Sullivan 


Attica 


Fountain 


Black Hawk Mills 


Posey 


Aubbeenaubbee 


Fulton 


Black Oak Ridge 


Daviess 


Auburn 


De Kalb 


Blairsville 


Posey 


Augusta Station 


Marion 


Bloom 


Rush 



Post Office. 


County. 


Bloomfield 


Greene 


Bloomingburg 


Fulton 


Bloomingdale 


Paike 


Blooming Grove 


Franklin 


Bloomingsport 


Randolph 


Bloomington 


Monroe 


Blounts villa 


Henry 


;lue Creek 


Franklin 


Blue Grass 


Fulton 


Blue Lick 


Clark 


Blue Ridge 


Shelby 


Bluff Creek 


Jokuson 


Bluff Point 


Jay 


Blufrton 


Wells 


Bock's Mills 


Madison 


Brno 


Lawrence 


Boon Grove 


Porter 


Boonville 


Warrick 


Boston 


Wayne 


Boundary 


Jay 


Bourbon 


Marshall 


Bourie 


Noble 


Bovine 


Gibson 


Bowling Green 


Clay 


Boxley 


Hamilton 


Boydston's Mills 


Kosciusko 


Bradford 


Harrison 


Branch Creek 


Huntington 


Braysville 


Dearborn 


Brazil 


Clay 


Bremen 


Marshall 


Brewersville 


Jennings 


Brick Mill 


Sullivan 


Bridgeport 


Marion 


Bridgeton 


Parke 


Bright 


Dearborn 


Brighton 


La Grange 


Bristol 


Elkhart 


Broad Ripple 


Marion 


Brook 


Newton 


Brookfield 


Shelby 


Brooklyn 


Morgan 


Brookston 


White 


Brookville 


Franklin 


Brownsburg 


Hendricks 


Brownstown 


Jackson 


Brown's Valley 


Montgomery 


Brownsville 


Union 





LIST 


OF POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 


163 


Post Office, 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Brace's Lake 


Fulton 


Claysville 


Washington 


Dillsborough 


Dearborn 


Bruceville 


Knox 


Clear Spring 


Kosciusko 


Dilney Hill 


Dubois 


Bruin's ^ Roads 


Parke 


Cleona 


Brown 


Don Juan 


Perry 


Brunswick 


Lake 


Clermont 


Marion 


Door Village 


Laporte 


Brushy Prairie 


La Grange 


Cleveland 


Hancock 


Dora 


Wabash 


Bryantsburg 


Jefferson 


Clifford 


Bartholomew 


Dover 


Boone 


Bryantsville 


Lawrence 


Clifton 


Union 


Dover Hill 


Martin 


Bryant's Creek 


Monroe 


Clifty 


Decatur 


Down Hill 


Crawford 


Buck Creek 


Greene 


Clinton 


Vermillion 


Drewersburg 


Franklin 


Buckskin 


Gibson 


Clinton Lock 


Parke 


Dublin 


Wayne 


Buffalo 


White 


Cloverdale 


Putnam 


Duck Creek 


Madison 


Buffaloville 


Spencer 


Cloverland 


Clay 


Dudleytown 


Jackson 


Bunker Hill 


Miami 


Coatesville 


Hendricks 


Dundee 


Blackford 


Burget's Corners 


Clinton 


Cochran 


Deai born 


Dunkirk 


Jay 


Burlington 


Carroll 


Coesse 


Whitley 


Dunlapsville 


Union 


Burnett's Creek 


White 


Coffee 


Clay 


Dupont 


Jefferson - 


Burnsville 


Bartholomew 


Coffee. Creek 


Porter 


Dye 


_ Martin 


Busseron 


Knox 


Cold Spring 


Noble 


Dyer 


Lake 


Butler 


De Kalb 


Cole Creek 


Fountain 


Eagle Creek 


Lake 


Butlerville 


Jennings 


Cole's Corners 


DeKalb 


Eagletown 


Hamilton 


Byrneville 


Harrison 


Colfax 


Clinton 


East Germantown 


Wayne 


Cadiz 


Henry 


Collamer 


Whitley 


East Liberty 


Allen 


Callao 


Laporte 


Columbia 


Fayette 


East Orange 


Noble 


Carnargo 


Jefferson 


Columbia City 


Whitley 


tfaton 


Delaware 


Cambridge 


Wayne 


Columbus 


Bartholomew 


Eronomy 


Wayne 


Camden 


Carroll 


Concord 


Tippecanoe 


Eden 


Hancock 


Campbell 


Orange 


C'irnersville 


Fayette 


Edinburg 


Johnson 


Campbellsburg 


Washington 


Conn's Creek 


Shelby 


Edwardsport 


Knox 


Camp Morton 


Marion 


Cookerly 


Vigo 


Edwardsville 


Floyd 


Cana 


Jennings 


Cook's Station 


Elkhart 


Elizabeth 


Harrison 


Cunaan 


Jefferson 


Cornucopia 


Carroll 


Elizabethtown 


Bartholomew 


Canal 


Warrick 


Cortland 


Jackson 


Elizaville 


Boone 


Cannelton 


Perry 


Corunna 


De Kalb 


Elkhart 


Elkhart 


Canoper 


Adams 


Corydon 


Harrison 


Elkinsville 


Brown 


Canton 


Washington 


Cottage Grove 


Union 


Ellittsville 


Monroe 


Carlisle 


Sullivan 


Cottage Hill 


St. Joseph 


Elm 


Knox 


Carmel 


Hamilton 


Covington 


Fountain 


Elrod 


Ripley 


Carpenter's Creek 


Jasper 


Cox's Mill 


Wayne 


Eminence 


Morgan 


Carpeutersville 


Putnam 


Craig- 


Switzerland 


Emmettsville 


Randolph 


Carroll 


Carroll 


Crane's Mill 


Jackson 


English 


Crawford 


Carrsville 


Marion 


Crawfordsville 


Montgomery 


English Lake 


Stark 


Cartersburg 


Hendricks 


Crisp's (*j Roads 


Harrison 


Enterprise 


Spencer 


Carthage 


Rush 


Crittenden 


Cass 


Epsom 


Daviess 


Cary 


Miami 


Cromwell 


Noble 


Etna Greene 


Kosciusko 


Cassville 


Howard 


Crooked Creek 


Steuben 


Eugene 


Vermillion 


Castleton 


Marion 


Crossing 


Laporte 


Evansville 


Vanderburg 


Catalpa Grove 


Benton 


Cross Plains 


Ripley 


Everton 


Fayette 


Cataract 


Owen 


Crothersville 


Jackson 


Ewing 


Jackson 


Cathcart 


Jasper 


Crown Point 


Lake 


Fairfield 


Franklin 


Cave Spring 


Decatur 


Crowville 


Warrick 


Fail-field Center 


De Kalb 


Cedar Grove 


Franklin 


Cuba 


Owen 


Fairland 


Shelby 


Cedar Lake 


Lake 


Culver's Station 


Tippecanoe 


Fairmont 


Marshall 


Celestine 


Dubois 


Cumberland 


Marion 


Fair View 


Randolph 


Center 


Howard 


Currysville 


Sullivan 


Fall Creek 


Marion 


Center Point 


Clay 


Curtis 


Madison 


Falmouth 


Fayette 


Centerton 


Morgan 


Curtisville 


Tipton 


Farabee's Station 


Washington 


Center Valley 


Morgan 


Cynthiana 


Posey 


Farm 


Clay 


Centerville 


Wayne 


Dale 


Spencer 


Farmers 


Kosciusko 


Cerro Gordo 


Randolph 


Daleville 


Delaware 


Farmers' Retreat 


Dearborn 


Chalmers 


White 


Dalton 


Wayne 


Farmersville 


Posey 
Randolph 


Chamberlain 


Allen 


Dangola 


Gibson 


Farmland 


Chambersburg 


Orange 


Danville 


Hendricks 


Fayetteville 


Lawrence 


Charlestown 


Clark 


Dan Webster 


Henry 


Ferdinand 


Dubois 


Charlottesville 


Hancock 


Darlington 


Montgomery 


Fetherhuff's Mills 


Carroll 


Chesnut Hill 


Washington 


Davisville 


Shelby 


Findley's Mills 


Jackson 


Chester 


Wayne 


Dayton 


Tippecanoe 


Fish Creek 


Steuben 


Chesterfield 


Madison 


Decatur 


Adams 


Fishersburg 


Madison 


Chili 


Miami 


D cker's Station 


Knox 


Fitch 


Cass 


Cnristy's Prairie 


Clay 


Deem 


Owen 


Five Corners 


Miami 


Churubusco 


Whitley 


Deep River 


Lake 


Flat Rock 


Shelby 


Cicero 


Hamilton 


Deer Creek 


Carroll 


Flint 


Steuben 


Cincinnatus 


Hendricks 


Deerfield 


Randolph 


Florence 


Switzerland 


Clarksburg 


Decatur 


De Kalb 


DeKalb 


Flower's Gap 


Washington 


Clark's Hill 


Tippecanoe 


Delaware 


Ripley 


Flowerville 


White 


Clark's Prairie 


Daviess 


Delaware Station 


Ripley 


Floyd Knobs 


Floyd 


Clarksville 


Hamilton 


Delphi 


Carroll 


Fly Creek 


La Grange 


Clark's Station 


Lake 


Delta 


Parke 


Forest Hill 


Decatur 


Clay Hill 


Bartholomew 


Deming 


Hamilton 


Forestville 


Madison 


Claypool 


Kosciu-ko 


Derby 


Perry 


Fort Branch 


Gibson 


Clayton 


Hendricks 


Devon 


Henry 


Fort Ritner 


Lawrence 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 



Post Office. 


County. 


Fort Wayne 


Allen 


Fosters Ridge 


Perry 


Fox 


Wells 


Francesville 


Pulaski 


Francisco 


Gibson 


Frankfort 


Clinton 


Franklin 


Johnson 


Frankton 


Madihon 


Fredericksburg 


Washington 


Fredonia 


Crawford 


Freelandville 


Knox 


Freeport 


Shelby 


Freetown 


Jackson 


Fremont 


Steuben 


French island 


Spencer 


French Lick 


Orange 


Fruit Hill 


Vigo 


Fuida 


Spencer 


Fuller's Corners 


Whitlev 


Fulton 


Fulton 


Galena 


Floyd 


Galanditt 


Marion 


Galveston 


Cass 


Ganson 


Pulaski 


Geetingsville 


Clinton 


Gentryville 


Spencer 


Georgetown 


Floyd 


Georgia 


Lawrence 


Germantown 


Marion 


Gibson Station 


Lake 


Gilead 


Miami 


Gillum 


Jay 


Glenn's Valley 


Marion 


Go ldsbo rough 


Bartholomew 


Gold Creek 


Brown 


Goshen 


Elkhart 


Gosport 


Owen 


Graham 


Jefferson 


Grand View 


Spencer 


Grant 


Grant 


Grantsburg 


Crawford 


Grant's Creek 


Switzerland 


Granville 


Delaware 


Greenbush 


Grant 


Green Castle 


Putnam 


Greenfield 


Hancock 


Greenfield Mills 


La Grange 


Green Oak 


Fulton 


Greensborough 


Henry 


Greensburg 


Decatur 


Green's Fork 


Wayne 


Greentown 


Howard 


Greenville 


Floyd 


Greenwood 


Johnson 


Greysville 


Sullivan 


Groomsville 


Tipton 


Groveland 


Putnam 


Grovertown 


Stark 


Groves 


Fayette 


Guilford 


Dearborn 


Guionsville 


Dearborn 


Guthrie 


Lawrence 


Hagerstown 


Wayne 


Halbert's Bluff 


Martin 


Half Way 


Jay 


Hall 


Morgan 


Hall's Corners 


Allen 


Hamilton 


Steuben 


Hammond 


Marion 


Hanna Station 


Laporte 


Hannegan 


Rush 


Hanover 


Jefferson 


Hardinsburg 


Washington 


Harian 


Allen 


Harmony 


Clay 


Hanisburg 


Fayette 


Harru on 
Harrstown 


Delaware 


Washington 


Harrisville 


Randolph 


Harrodsburg 


Monroe 



Post Office. 


County. 


Hartford 


Ohio 


Hartford City 


Blackford 


Hart's Mills 


Ripley 


Hartsville 


Bartholomew 


Harveysburg 


Fountain 


Haskell 


Laporte 


Haubstadt 


Gibson 


Hausertown 


Owen 


Haw Patch 


La Grange 


Hawthorn's Mills 


Pike 


Haysville 


Dubois 


Hazleton 


Gibson 


Headley's Mills 


Fountain 


Hebron 


Porter 


Hecla 


Noble 


Hector 


Jay 


Heffron 


Washington 


Heller's Corners 


Allen 


Heltonville 


Lawrence 


Hermaan 


Ripley 


Hickory Branch 


Posey 


Hickory Point 


Lake 


Highland Station 


Greene 


High Rock 


Daviess 


Hillsborough 


Fountain 


Hobart 


Lake 


Hobbieville 


Greene 


Holland 


Dubois 


Hollandsburg 


Parke 


Holman 


Dearborn 


Holton 


Ripley 


Home 


Jefferson 


Homer 


Rush 


Hope 


Bartholomew 


Hopewell 


Jennings 


Houston 


Jackson 


Howard 


Parke 


Howesville 


Clay 


Hubbard 


Clark 


Hudson 


Laporte 


Hudsonville 


Daviess 


Huntingburg 


Dubois 


Huntington 


Huntington 


Huntsville 


Madison 


Huron 


Lawrence 


Huth 


Franklin 


Hymeria 


Sullivan 


Iba 


• De Kalb 


Idaville 


White 


Independence 


Warren 


Indianapolis 


Marion 


Indian Field 


Monroe 


Inwood 


Marshall 


Ireland 


Dubois 


Island Grove 


Greene 


Jack's Creek 


Greene 


Jackson 


Decatur 


Jacksonburg 


Wayne 


Jacksonville 


Switzerland 


Jadden 


Graut 


Jalapa 


Grant 


Jamestown 


Boone 


Jarvis 


De Kalb 


Jasonville 


Greene 


Jasper 


Dubois 


Jay 


Jay 


Jefferson 


Clinton 


Jeffersonville 


Clark 


Jennings 


Franklin 


Jerome 


Howard 


Jonesborough 


Grant 


Jones' Station 


Dearborn 


Jonesville 


Bartholomew 


Jordan 


Randolph 


Jordan Village 


Owen 


Juliet 


Lawrence 


Kansas 


Bartholomew 


Keek's Church 


Martin 


Kelso 


Dearborn 


Keudallville 


Noble 



Post Office. 


County. 


Kent 


Jefferson 


Kent Station 


Newton 


Kewanna 


Fulton 


Kinder 


Hancock 


Kingsbury 


Laporte 


Kingston 


Decatur 


Kirkland 


Adams 


Kirk's x| Roads 


Clinton 


Knights town 


Henry 


Knob Creek 


Harrison 


Knox 


Matthew 


Kokomo 


Howard 


Kossuth 


Washington 


Laconia 


Harrison 


Ladoga 


Montgomery 


Lafayette 


Tippecanoe 


La Fontaine 


Wabash 


La Grange 


La Grange 


La Gro 


Wabash 


Lake City 


Stark 


Lake Station 


Lake 


Laketon 


Wabash 


Lakeville 


St. Joseph 


Lancaster 


Jefferson 


Laud 


Whitley 


Lanesville 


Harrison 


Laporte 


Laporte 


Laurel 


Franklin 


Laurence 


Marion 


Lawrenceburg 


Dearborn 


Lawrenceville 


Dearborn 


Leatherwood 


Lawrence 


Leavenworth 


Crawford 


Lebanon 


Boone 


Lee 


Warrick 


Leesburg 


Kosciusko 


Leesville 


Lawrence 


Leipsic 


Orange 


Leo 


Allen 


Leopold 


Perry 


Lewis 


Vigo 


Lewis Creek 


Shelby 


Lewisburg 


Cass 


Lewisville 


Henry 


Lexington 


Scott 


Liberty 


Union 


Liberty Center 


Wells 


Liberty Mills 


Wabash 


Ligonier 


Noble 


Lilly Dale 


Perry 


Lima 


La Grange 


Lumber Lost 


Adams 


Lincoln 


Cass 


Linden 


Montgomery 


Linn Grove 


Adams 


Liuton 


Greene 


Lisbon 


Noble 


Little River 


Allen 


Little Walnut 


Putnam 


Little York 


Washington 


Livonia 


Washington 


Locke 


Elkhart 


Lockport 


Carroll 


Lodi 


Wabash 


Logan 


Dearborn 


Logansport 


Cass 


London 


Shelby 


Lone Tree 


Greene 


Longwood 


Fayette 


Loogootee 


Martin 


Losantville 


Randolph 


Lovely Dale 


Knox 


Lowell Mills 


Bartholomew 


Ludlow 


Dubois 


Luray 


Henry 


Lushers 


Perry 


Lynn 


Randolph 


Lyunville 


Warrick 


Mace 


Montgomery 


McCameron 


Martin 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — INDIAN: 



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165 



Post Office. 
McCordsville 
McCoy 's Station 
McCutchanville 
McDonald's 
Mc Fad den 
Madison 
Magnolia 
Mahal asville 
Mahon 
Manchester 
Manhattan 
Manilla 
Mansfield 
Manville 
Maples 
Marco 
Marcy 
Marengo 
Marietta 
Marion 
Markle 
Markkville 
Marmont 
Mar-hfield 
Mars Hill 
M rtinsburg 
Martinsville 
Martz 
Masillon 
Mauckport 
Maxiukuckee 
Maysville 
Mechanicsburg 
Medeline 
Medarysville 
Medora 
Melrose 
Memphis 
Mercury 
Merom 
Meirien 
Merrillville 
Metamora 
Meten 
Mets 
Mexico 
Miami 

Michigan City 
Michigantown 
Middle bury 
Middie Fork 
Mid<iletown 
Midway 
Mier 
Mifflin 
Milan 
Milr'ord 
Mill Ark 
Mill Grove 
Mdlersburg 
Millhousen 
Millport 
Mill town 
Millville 
Miio 
Milroy 
Milton 
Mishawaka 
Mitchell 
Mixersville 
Mongoquinong 
Monmouth 
Monon 
Monroe 
Monroeville 
Monrovia 
Monterey 
Montez 
Montezuma 
Montgomery 



County. 

Hancock 

Decatur 

Vanderburg 

Orange 

Posey 

Jefferson 

Crawford 

Morgan 

Huntington 

Dearborn 

Putnam 

Rush 

Parke 

Jefferson 

Allen 

Greene 

La Grange 

Crawford 

Shelby 

Grant 

Huntington 

Madison 

Marshall 

Warren 

Randolph 

Washington 

Morgan 

Clay 

Allen 

Harrison 

Marshall 

Huntington 

Henry 

Parke 

Pulaski 

Jackson 

Rush 

Clark 

Madison 

Sullivan 

Noble 

Lake 

Franklin 

Cass 

Steuben 

Miami 

Miami 

Laporte 

Clinton 

Elkhart 

Clinton 

Henry 

Spencer 

Grant 

Crawford 

Ripley 

Kosciusko 

Fulton 

Owen 

Elkhart 

Decatur 

Jackson 

Crawford 

Henry 

Brown 

Rush 

Wayne 

St. Joseph 

Lawrence 

Franklin 

La Grange 

Adams 

White 

Jay 

Allen 

Morgan 

Pulaski 

Cass 

Parke 

Jennings 



Post Office. 


County . 


Mongomery's Station Daviess 


Monticello 


White 


Montmorency 


Tippecanoe 


Montpelier 


Blackford 


Mooney 


Jackson 


Moorefield 


Switzerland 


Mooresburg 


Pulaski 


Moore's Hill 


Dearborn 


Mooresville 


Morgan 


Moore's Vineyard 


Bartholomew 


Moral 


Shelby 


Morgantown 


Morgan 


Morgiana 


' Lawrence 


Morocco 


Newton 


Morris 


Ripley 


Mor.istown 


Shelby 


Morton 


Putnam 


Moscow 


Rush 


Mountain Springs 


Martin 


M«unt Auburn 


Shelby 


Mount Carmel 


Franklin 


Mount Comfort 


Hancock 


Mount Etna 


Huntington 


Mount Gilboa 


Benton 


Mount Hope 


De Kalb 


Mount Jefferson 


Carroll 


Mount Liberty 


Brown 


Mount Meridian 


Putnam 


Mount Moriah 


Brown 


Mount Pleasant 


Martin 


Mount Prospect 


Crawford 


M"unt Sterling 


Switzerland 


Mount Tabor 


Monroe 


Mount Vernon 


Posey 


Mount Washington Morgan 


Muddy Fork 


Clark 


Mud Lick 


Jefferson 


Mulberry 


Clinton 


Muncie 


Delaware 


Murray 


Wells 


Napoleon 


Ripley 


Nash Depot 


Vanderburg 


Nashville 


Brown 


Natchez 


Martin 


Nebraska 


Crawford 


Nebraska 


Jennings 


Neff 


Randolph 


Neil's Station 


Wayne 


Nevada 


Tipton 


New Albany 


Floyd 


New Alsace 


Dearborn 


New Amsterdam 


Harrison 


New Bellsville 


Brown 


Newbern 


Bartholomew 


Newberry 


Greene 


New Boston 


Spencer 


New Britton 


Hamilton 


Newbiirg 


Warrick 


New Burlington 


Delaware 


New Carlisle 


St. Joseph 


New Castle 


Hen i y 


New Corner 


Delaware 


New Corydon 


Jay 


New Durham 


Laporte 


New Elizabeth 


Hendricks 


New Farmington 


Jackson 


New Garden 


Wayne 


New Goshen 


Vigo 


New Harmony 


Posey 


New Haven 


Allen 


New Holland 


Wabash 


New Lancaster 


Tipton 


New Lebanon 


Sullivan 


N w Lisbon 


Henry 


NVw London 


Howard 


New Marion 


Ripley 


New Maysville 


Putnam 


New Mount Pleasant J ty 


New Paris 


Elkhart 



New Philadelphia Washington 



Post Office. 
New Pittsburg 
Newport 
New Providence 
N' j w Retreat 
New Richmond 
New Ross 
New Salem 
New Salisbury 
Newton Stewart 
Newtouville 
Newtown 
New Trenton 
Newville 
New Washington 
New Waverly 
New Winchester 
Nicholsonville 
Niconzi 
Nine Mile 
Ninevah 
Noah 
Noble 
Noblesville 
Normanda 
North Bend 
North East 
Northern Depot 
Northfield 
North Galveston 
North Hogan 
North Judson 
North Liberty 
North Madison 
N<»rth Manchester 
Northport 
North Salem 
Notre Dame 
Nottingham 
Null's Mills 
Numa 
Oak 

Oakdale 
kdam 
0<kf>rd 
Oak Forest 
Oak Grove 
Oakland 
Oakland City 
Oak >tatiou 
Oak Woods 
Oceola 
Ogden 
Oldenburg 
Olean 
Olive Hill 
Oneida 
Ontario 
Onw >rd 
Orange 
Oraugeville 
Orchard Grove 
Oregon 
Oigan Spring 
Orlaud 
Orleans 
Osgood 
O^sian 
O-wego 
Outlet 
Ovid 

Owensburg 
Owensville 
Oxford 
Padiria 
Palestine 
Palmyra 
Paoli 
Paris 

Parish Grove 
i'arker 



Cownty. 

Randolph 

Vermillion 

Clark 

Washington 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Rush 

Harrison 

Orange 

Spencer 

Fountain 

Franklin 

De Kalb 

Clark 

Cass 

Hendricks 

Putnam 

Miami 

Allen 

Johnson 

Shelby 

Noble 

Hamilton 

Tipton 

Stark 

Stfiiben 

Boone 

Boone 

Kosciusko 

Ripley 

Stark 

St. Joseph 

Jefferson 

Wabash 

Noble 

Hendricks 

St. Joseph 

Wells 

Fayette 

Parke 

Pulaski 

Jennings 

Vanderburg 

Howard 

Franklin 

Jasper 

Spencer 

Gibson 

Knox 

Grant 

St. Joseph 

Henry 

Franklin 

Ripley 

Wayne 

Kosciusko 

La Grange 

Cass 

Fayette 

O-range 

Lake 

Clark 

Washington 

Steuben 

Orange 

Ripley 

Wells 

Kosciusko 

Lake 

Madison 

Greene 

Gibson 

Benton 

Crawford 

Kosciusko 

Harrison 

Orange 

Jenniiigs 

Benton 

Randolph 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES— INDIANA. 



Post 

Parkersburg Montgomery 

Parker's Settlement Posey 

Parke 
Gibson 
Owen 
Switzerland 
Miami 
Hendricks 
Washington 
Madison 
Jay 
Franklin 
Madison 
Allen 
Miami 
Vermillion 
Mi:imi 
Pike 
Tippecanoe 
Hancock 
Parke 
Clinton 
Kosciusko 
Ripley 
Scott 
Newton 
Crawford 
Vigo 
Morgan 
Warren 
Lawrence 
Hendricks 
Carroll 
Hendricks 
Daviess 
Switzerland 
Jasper 
Montgomery 
Steuben 
Adams 
Greene 
Marshall 
Allen 
Greene 
Grant 
Clay 
Warrick 
Clark 
Knox 
Warren 
Howard 
Porter 
Duoois 
Gibson 
Fountain 
Parke 
Posey 
Kip ley 
Tipton 
Vigo 
Montgomery 
Vigo 
Shelby 
Blackford 
Huntington 
Gibson 
Carroll 
Madison 
Washington 
Laporte 
Pulaski 
Putnam 
Jennings 
Switzerland 
Owen 
Daviess 
Warren 
Rush 
Allen 
Henry 



Parkville 

Patoka 

Patricksburg 

Patriot 

Paw Paw 

Pecks burg 

Pekin 

Pendleton 

Pennville 

Peppertown 

Perkinsville 

Perry 

Perrysburg 

Perrysville 

Peru 

Petersburg 

Pettit 

Philadelphia 

Piattsville 

Pickard's Mills 

Pierceton 

Pierceville 

Pigeon Roost 

Pilot Grove 

Pilot Knob 

Pimento 

Pine City 

Pine Village 

Pinhook 

Pitts boro' 

Pittsburg 

Plainfield 

Plainville 

Pleasant 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

i t asant Lake 

PI 'asant Mills 

Pleasant Ridge 

P lymouth 

Po 

Point Commerce 

Point Isabel 

Poland 

Polk Patch 

Polk Run 

Pond Creek Mills 

i' olesville 

l'o >!->r Grove 

Porte '.» ft Roads 

Porter v i!e 

Po'r-tGios iu 

Portland 

Portland Mills 

Poseyville 

Post-on 

Prairie 

Prairie Creek 

Prairie Edge 

Prairieton 

Prescott 

Priam- 

Price 

Princeton 

Prince William 

Prosperity 

Prowsville 

Puddletown 

Pulaski 

Putnamville 

Queeusville 

Quercus Grove 

Quincy 

Raglesville 

Rains ville 

Raleigh 

Randall 

Raysville 



Post Office. 


County. 


Reddingson 


Jackson 


Reelsville 


Putnam 


Reese's Mill 


Boone 


Reiffsburg 


Wells 


Rensselaer 


Jasper 


Reserve 


Miami 


Retreat 


Jackson 


Reynolds 


White 


Richardson 


St. Joseph 


Richland 


Rush 


Richmond 


Wayne 


Rich Valley 


Wabash 


Richwoods 


Delaware 


Ridge Road 


Allen 


Ridgeville 


Randolph 


Rigdoh 


Grant 


Riley 


Vigo 


Ringgold 


La Grange 


Rising Sun 


Ohio 


River Vale 


Lawrence 


Roanoke 


Huntington 


Rib Roy 


Fountain 


Rochester 


Fulton 


Rock Creek 


Bartholomew 


Rockfield 


Carroll 


Rockford 


Jackson 


Rockport 


Spencer 


Rockville 


Parke 


Rogersville 


Henry 


Rolling Prairie 


Laporte 


Rome 


Perry 


Romney 


Tippecanoe 


Rono 


Perry 


Root 


Allen 


Roselle 


Laporte 


Rosedale 


Parke 


Rose Hill 


Kosciusko 


Roseviile 


Parke 


Rosewood 


Harrison 


Ross 


Lake 


Rossburg 


Decatur 


Rossville 


Clinton 


Royul Center 


Cass 


Royalton 


Boone 


Rushville 


Rush 


Russell's Mills 


Parke 


Russellville 


Putnam 


Russiaville 


Clinton 


Rutherford 


■ Switzerland 


Saint John 


Lake 


Saint Leon 


Dearborn 


Saint Mary's 


Vigo 


Saint Omer 


Decatur 


Saint Paul 


Decatur 


Saint Peter's 


Franklin 


Saint Wendel's 


Posey 


Salamonia 


Jay 


Salem 


Washington 


Salem Center 


Steuben 


Saltilloville 


Washington 


Saluda 


Jefferson 


c^aundersville 


Vanderburg 


Sandy Ridge 


Steuben 


Sandford 


Vigo 


San Jacinto 


Jennings 


San Piere 


Stark 


Santa Claus 


Spencer 


Santa Fe 


Miami 


Sardinia 


Decatur 


Saturn 


Whitley 


Scipio 


Jennings 


Scotland 


Greene 


Scottsville 


Floyd 


Sellersburg 


Clark 


Selma 


Delaware 


Sevastopol 


Kosciusko 


Seymour 


Jackson 


Shanghai 


Howard 


Shannondale 


Montgomery 


Sharon 


Delaware 



Post Office. 


County. 


Sharp's Mills 


Harrison 


Sharpsville 


Tipton 


Shawnee Mound 


Tippecanoe 


Sheasville 


Morgan 


Sheilville 


Hamilton 


Shelbyville 


Shelby 


Sidney 


Fulton 


Silver Lake 


Kosciusko 


Silverville 


Lawrence 


Simon's Corners 


Noble 


Six Mile 


Jennings 


Slash 


Grant 


Slate 


Jennings 


Slate Cut 


Clark 


Sligo 


Marshall 


Smelser's Mills 


Rush 


Smithland 


Shelby 


Smithville 


Monroe 


Smyrna 


Decatur 


Snow Hill 


Randolph 


Solsberry 


Greene 


Somerset 


Wabash 


Somerville 


Gibson 


South Bend 


St. Joseph 


South Betheny 


Bartholomew 


South Boston 


Washington 


South Cleaveland 


Whitley 


South Gate 


Franklin 


South Martin 


Martin 


South Milford 


La Grange 


South port 


Marion 


South West 


Elkhart 


South Whitley 


Whitley 


Spade's Depot 


Ripley 


Spauldingsville 


Knox 


Sparks ville 


Jackson 


Sparta 


Dearborn 


Spartanburg 


Randolph 


Spencer 


Owen 


Spencerville 


De Kalb 


Spiceland 


Henry 


Spring Creek 


Cass 


Spring Dale 


Harrison 


Springfield 


Franklin 


Springfield Mills 


Noble 


Spring Hill 


Decatur 


Springtown 


Hendricks 


Spp'ngville 


Lawrence 


Sproatts 


Sullivan 


Stamper's Creek 


Orange 


Stanford 


Monroe 


Star 


Rush 


State Line 


Warren 


Staunton 


Clay 


Steam Corner 


Fountain 


Steeles 


Rash 


Stewartsville 


Posey 


Stiles ville 


Hendricks 


Stinesville 


Monroe 


Slip's Hill 


Franklin 


Stockdale 


Miami 


Stockton 


Owen 


Stockwell 


Tippecanoe 


Stoney Point 


Jefferson 


Storm's Creek 


Jennings 


Strawberry Ridge 


Pulaski 


Strawtown 


Hamilton 


Striugtown 


Ripley 


Sugar Branch 


Switzerland 


Sugar Creek 


Hancock 


Sugar Grove 


Tippecanoe 


Sugar River 


Montgomery 


Sullivan 


Sullivan 


Sulphur Hill 


Shelby 


Sulphur Springs 


Henry 


Summit 


Whitley 


Summitville 


Madison 


Sumption Prairie 


St. Joseph 


Sunrnan 


Ripley 


Swain's Mills 


Rush 





LIST OF POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY. 


167 


Post Office. 


County^ 


Post Office. 


County, 


Post Office. 


County. 


Swan 


Noble 


Vistula 


Elkhart 


White Creek 


Jackson 


Swanville 


Jefferson 


Volga 


Jefferson 


White Hall 


Owen 


Sylvan Grove 


Clark 


Wabash 


Wabash 


White Lick 


Boone 


Sylvania 


Parke 


Wadesville 


Posey 


White Oak Grove 


Pike 


Syracuse 


Kosciusko 


Wailsboro' 


Bartholomew 


White's Grove 


Newton 


Tampico 


Jackson 


Wakarusa 


Elkhart 


Whitestown 


Boone 


Taylor's Corners 


I)e Kalb 


Walkersville 


Jasper 


Whitesville 


Montgomery 


Taylorsviile 


Bartholomew 


Walkertbn 


St. Joseph 


White Water 


Wayne 
Crawford 


Tell City 


Perry 


Wallace 


Fountain 


Wickliffe 


Terre Coupee 


St. Joseph 


Walpole 


Hancock 


Wild Cat 


Carroll 


Ten e Haute 


Vigo 


Walton 


Cass 


Williamsburg 


Wayne 


Tetersburg 


Tipton 


Warren 


Huntington 


Williamsport 


Warren 


Texas 


Washiugton 


Warrington 


Hancock 


Williamstown 


Decatur 


Thurntown 


Boone 


Warsaw 


Kosciusko 


Wilmington 


Dearborn 


Tippecanoe Town 


Marshall 


Washington 


Daviess 


Wilmot 


Noble 


Tipton 


Tipton 


Washington Center Whitley 


Willow Branch 


Hancock 


Tolleston 


Lake 


Waterford 


Laporte 


Willow Valley 


Martin 


Toronto 


Vermillion 


Waterloo 


Fayette 


Winchester 


Randolph 


Toto 


Stark 


Waterman 


Parke 


Windfall 


Tipton 


Trafalgar 


Johnson 


Waveland 


Montgomery 


Windsor 


Randolph 
Lake 


Transitville 


Tippecanoe 


Waverly 


Morgan 


Winfleld 


Trask 


Grant 


Wawaka 


Noble 


Winnamac 


Pulaski 


Trenton 


Eandolph 


Waw-pe-cong 


Miami 


Winslow 


Pike 


Trinity Springs 


Marshall 


Way 


Ripley 


Winterrowd 


Shelby 


Tripton 


Jennings 


Wamansville 


Bartholomew 


Wintersville 


Decatur 


Troy 


Perry 


Waynesburg 


Decatur 


Wirt 


Jefferson 


Tunnelton 


Lawrence 


Waynetowu 


Montgomery 


Wolcott's Mills 


La Grange 


Turkey Creek 


Steuben 


Waynesville 


Bartholomew 


Wolf Creek 


Marshall 


Turman's Creek 


Sullivan 


Webster 


Wayne 


Wolf Lake 


Noble 


Twelve Mile 


Cass 


Weisburg 


Dearborn 


Woodbury 


Hamilton 


Two Mile Prairie 


Pulaski 


Wenona 


Henry 


Woodland 


St. Joseph 
Kosciusko 


Tyner City 


Marshall 


Wesley 


Montgomery 


Wooster 


Union 


Pike 


West Buena Vista 


Gibson 


Worth 


Dubois 


Union City 


Randolph 


Westchester 


Jay 


Worthington 


Greene 


Union Mills 


Laporte 


West Creek 


Lake 


Worth sville 


Johnson 


Unionville 


Monroe 


Westfield 


Hamilton 


Wright 


Greene 


Urbana 


Wabash 


West Kinderhook 


Tipton 


Wright's Mills 


Parke 


Utica 


Clark 


Westland 


Hancock 


Wright's Corners 


Dearborn 


Vtileene 


Orange 


West Lebanon 


Warren 


Wyandotte 


Tippecanoe 


Valonia 


Jackson 


West Liberty 


Howard 


Wynn 


Franklin 


Valparaiso 


Porter- 


West Newton 


Marion 


Xenia 


Miami 


Van Bur en 


Clay 


West Point 


Tippecanoe 


Yankeetown 


Warrick 


Vandalia 


Owen 


Westport 


Decatur 


Yellow Creek 


Kosciusko 


Vera Cruz 


Wells 


Westville 


Laporte 


York Center 


Steuben 


Vermont 


Howard 


Wheatland 


Knox 


Yorktown 


Delaware 


Vernon 


Jennings 


Wheatouville 


Warrick 


Yorkville 


Dearborn 


Versailles 


Ripley 


Wheatville 


Miami 


Yountsville 


Montgomery 


Vevay 


Switzerland 


Wheeler 


Porter 


Zanesville 


Wells 


Victor 


De Kalb 


Wheeling 


Delaware 


Zenas 


Jennings 


Vienna 


Scott 


Whitcomb 


Franklin 


Zimsburg 


Madison 


Vincennes 


Knox 


White Cottage 


Harrison 


Zionsville 


Boone 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 

IN THE 

STATE OF KENTUCKY. 



Post Office. 
Aaron'3 Run 
Abbottsford 
Adairsville 
Adams' Mills 
Albany 
Alexandria 
Allendale 
Allenville 
Alma 
Alpha 
Amanda 
Autioch 
Ashbysburg 
Ashland 



County, i 
Montgomery 
Trimble 
Logan l 
Pulaski ! 
Clinton J 
Campbell 
Greene ! 
Todd | 
Warren | 
Clinton 
Greenup 
Washington 
Hopkins 
Boyd 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. . 


Aspen Grove 


Pendleton 


Bar rick 


Greene 


Athens 


Fayette 


Baugh's Station 


Logan 


Atkinson 


Christian 


Bear Creek 


Owsley 


Augusta 


Bracken 


Beard's Station 


Oldham 


Aurora 


Marshall 


Bear Wallow 


Barren 


Bacon Creek 


Hart 


Beattyville 


Owsley 


Bainbridge 


•Christian 


Beaver Dam 


Ohio 


Bild Eagle 


Bath, 


Beaver Lick 


Boone 


Bald Knob 


Franklin 


Bedford 


Trimble 


Ballardsville 


Oldham 


Beech Fork 


Washington 


Barboursville 


Knox 


Beechland 


Wash ington 


Bark Camp Mills 


Whitley 


Bee Lick 


Lincoln 


Bardstown 


Nelsor 


Bee Spring 


Edmonson 


Barks dale 


Marshall 


Bell 


Morgan 



168 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY. 



Post Office. 


J County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Belmont 


Bullitt 


Cane Spring Depot Bullitt 


Curdsville 


Daviess 


Belle Ombre 


F Ballard 


Cane Valley 


Adair 


Curry's Run 


Harrison 


Belle View 


Christian 


Caney 


Morgan 


Cutsiiin 


Perry 


Bell's Mines 


Crittenden 


Caneyville 


Grayson 


Cynthiana 


Harrison 


Bell's Trace 


Carter 


Cannonsburg 


Greenup 


Cypress 


Union 


Bennettsville 


Hancock 


Canton 


Trigg 


Dabney 


Pulaski 


Benson 


Franklin 


Carlisle 


Nicholas 


Dale 


Campbell 


BeDton 


Marshall 


Carlow 


Hopkins 


Da 11 man's Creek 


Logan 


Berlin 


Bracken 


Carrollton 


Carroll 


Dallas 


Pulaski 


Berry's Lick 


Butler 


Carrsville 


Livingston 


Danville 


Boyle 


Berry's Station 


Harrison 


Carthage 


Campbell 


Daysville 


Todd 


Bethel 


Bath 


Casey Creek 


Adair 


Delaware 


Daviess 


Bethlehem 


Henry 


Caseyville 


Union 


Demossville 


Pendleton 


Bewleyville 


Breckenridge 


I 'ash's Knob 


Montgomery 


Deposit 


Jefferson 


Big Clifty 


Grayson 


Cassity's Mills 


Morgan 


Depot 


Graves 


Big Hill 


Madison 


Cat a 1 pa Grove 


Greene 


D< vil's Creek 


Wolf 


Big Ready 


Edmonson 


Cat iwba 


Pendleton 


Dixon 


Webster 


Big Rock 


Harlan 


Catlettsburg 


Boyd 


Donaldson 


Trigg 


Big Spring 


Breckenridge 


Cato 


Pula-ki 


Doughty 's Creek 


Warren 


Birdsville 


Livingston 


Cave City 


Barren 


Dover 


Mason 


Birmingham 


Marshall 


Cayce's Station 


Fulton 


Downingsville 


Grant 


Bitter Water 


Bullitt 


Caves 


Carter 


Dry Ridge 


Grant 


Blackford 


Hancock 


Cedar Creek 


Jefferson 


Dub in 


Graves 


Black Lick 


Logan 


Cedar Springs 


Allen 


Ducker's 


Woodford 


Black Walnut 


Barren 


Center 


Metcalfe 


Dunaway's 


Ciark 


Black Water 


Morgan 


Centerfield 


Oldham 


Duncan 


Mercer 


Blandvilie 


Ballard 


Centerpoint 


Monroe 


Dycusburg 


Crittenden 


Bloomfield 


Nelson 


*. enterville 


Bourbon 


Eagle Hill 


Owen 


Bloomington 


Magoffin 


Ceralvo 


Ohio 


Ea rle's 


Muhlenburg 


Blue Lick Springs 


Nicholas 


Chapel Hill 


Allen 


East Pork 


Metcalfe 


Blue Spring Grove 


Barren 


( 'haplin 


Nelson 


Eddyville 


Lyon 


Bohan 


Mercer 


Charleston 


Hopkins 


Kdmonton 


Metcalfe 


Bolton 


Lawrence 


Cherokee 


Lawrence 


Edtnundsville 


Barren 


Boone 


Boone 


Cheshire's Store 


Anderson 


Elizabethtown 


Hardin 


Boone Furnace 


Carter 


Chicago 


Marion 


Elizaville 


Fleming 


Booueville 


Owsley 


Christiansburg 


Shelby 


Elk Creek 


Spencer 


Bordley 


Union 


Christy's Fork 


Morgan 


Elk Spring 


Warren 


Boston 


Nelson 


Clarksburg 


Lewis 


Elk ton 


Todd 


Boston Station 


Pendleton 


Clay 


Union 


Eliston 


Madison 


Bowling Green 


Warren 


Claysville 


Harrison 


Ellwood 


Muhlenburg 


Boyd's Station 


Harrison 


Clay's Village 


Shelby 


Elm 


Ballard 


Biadfordsville 


Marion 


Clear Creek 


Knox 


Eminence 


Henry 


Brandanburg 


Mead 


Clear Fork 


Whitley 


Empire Iron Works Trigg 


Brasherville 


Perry 


Clear Spring 


Graves 


Escipion 


Logan 


Breckenridge 


Pike 


Cleaveland 


Payette 


Estel Furnace 


Esill 


Breedings 


Adair 


Clifton's Mills 


Breckenridge 


Exchange 


McCracken 


Bremen 


Muhlenburg 


Clifty 


Todd 


Pair Dealing 


Marshall 


Bridgeport 


Franklin 


Clinton 


Hickman 


Fairfield 


Neison 


Briensburg 


Marshall 


Clintonville 


Bourbon 


Pairview 


Todd 


Brigg's Mills 


Ohio 


Clio 


Wayne 


Palls of Blain 


Lawrence 


Bristow Station 


Warren 


Cloverport 


Breckenridge 


Palls of Harrod 


Jefferson 


Broad well 


• Harrison 


Clyde 


Hopkins 


Palls of Rough 


Grayson 


Brook's Station 


Bullitt 


Cojzar's Landing 


Jessamine 


Falmouth 


Pendleton 


Brookville 


Bracken 


Cold Spring 


Campbell 


Fancy Farm 


Graves 


Brovvnsborough 


Oldbam 


Cold Water 


Callaway 


Farm Dale 


Fanner 


Brownsville 


Edmonson 


Colemansville 


Harrison 


Farmer's 


Rowan 


Bryantville 


Garrard 


Columbia 


Adair 


Farmersville 


Caldwell 


Buckeye 


Garrard 


Columbus 


Hick : an 


Farmington 


Graves 


Buckliorn 


Ohio 


Concord 


Lewis 


Feliciana 


Graves 


B uen a Vista 


Harrison 


Connersville 


. Harrison 


Ferguson's Station 


Logau 


Buford 


Ohio 


Consolation 


Shelby 


Fern Creek 


Jefferson 


Bullittsville 


Boone 


Constance 


Boone 


Fern Leaf 


Mason 


Burlington 


Boone 


Cool Spring 


Ohio 


Felixville 


Greeue 


Burnsville 


Caidwell 


Coral Hill 


Barren 


Pinehville 


Shelby 


Bush's Store 


Laurel 


Cordova 


Grant 


Pisherville 


Jefferson 


Butlersville 


Allen 


Cornett's Mills 


Letcher 


Plat Creek 


Clay 


Buzzard Roost 


Nicholas 


Cornisi'ville 


Mercer 


Plagg Spring 


Campbell 


Butler 


Pendleton 


Corydon 


Henderson 


Flat Lick 


Knox 


Cabin Creek 


Lewis 


Cotton Wood 


Christian 


Flat Rock 


Boun.on 


Cadiz 


Trigg 


Covington 


Kenton 


Flat Woods 


Marshall 


Cairo 


Henderson 


Crab Orchard 


Lincoln 


Plemiogsburg 


Fleming 


Calhoun 


McLean 


Creelsburg 


Russell 


Flippin 


Monroe 


California 


Campbell 


Crittenden 


Grant 


Flint Island 


Mead 


Callahan 


Green p 


Crittenden Springs 


Crittenden 


Florence 


Boone 


Callaway 


Harlan 


Cromwell 


Ohio 


Flower Creek 


Pendleton 


Camargo 


Montgomery 


Cropper's Depot 


Shelby 


Floydsburg 


Oldh.m 


Camdenville 


Anderson 


Cross Plains 


Barren 


Ford's Ferry 


Crittenden 


Campellsburg 


Henry 


Crow's Pond 


Daviess 


Pordsville 


Onio 


Campbellsville 


Taylor 


Cuba 


Graves 


Forest Retreat 


Nicholas 


Camp Creek 


Crittenden 


Cumberland Ford 


Knox 


Porks of Elkhorn 


Franklin 





LIST OF POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY. 


169 


Post Office, 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Fort Jefferson 


Ballard 


Harreldville 


Butler 


Laurel Bluff 


Muhlenburg 


Foster 


Bracken 


Hartford 


Obio 


Laurel Bridge 


Laurel 


Fouutain Run 


Monroe 


Haskinsville 


Greene 


Laurel Fork 


Bath 


Fowler's Creek 


Kenton 


Havilandsville 


Harrison 


Lawrenceburg 


Anderson 


Frankfort 


Franklin 


Hawesville 


Hancock 


Lanesville 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Simpson 


Hays' Spring 


Jefferson 


Lead Hill 


Muhlenburg 


Franklin X Roads 


Hardin 


Haysville 


Marion 


Leander 


Graves 


Frauklinton 


Henry 


Hazard 


Perry 


Lebanon 


Marion 


Fredericktown 


Washington 


Hazle Green 


Wolfe 


Leesburg 


Harrison 


Freedom 


Casey 


Hazlewood 


Ballard 


Leonard 


Harlan 


Fredonia 


Caldwell 


Head Quarters . 


Nicholas 


Levee 


Montgomery 


Friendship 


Hardin 


Hebbardsville 


Henderson 


Lewisport 


Hancock 


Frozen Creek 


Breathitt 


Hearin's Store 


Union 


Lexington 


Fayette 


Fruit Hill 


Christian 


Hebron 


Boone 


Liberty 


Casey 


Fulton 


Fulton 


Helena 


Mason 


Licking Station 


Morgan 


Gainesville 


Allen 


Henderson C. H. 


Henderson 


Lindsay's Mills 


Trigg 


Galway 


Simpson 


Henry's X Roads 


Todd 


Line Creek 


Pulaski 


Gardnersville 


Pendleton 


Henrysville 


Logan 


Litchfield 


Grayson 


Garnettsville 


Mead 


Hickman 


Fulton 


Little Eagle 


Scott 


Garrettsburg 


Christian 


Hickory Flat 


Simpson 


Little Prairie 


Hopkins 


Garrett 


Mead 


Hickory Grove 


Graves 


Little Sandy 


Morgan 


Garriot's Landing 


Trimble 


Hico 


Callaway 


Livermore 


McLean 


Geneva 


Henderson 


High Grove 


Nelson 


Lockport 


Henry 


George's Creek 


Lawrence 


Highland 


Bath 


Lockwood 


Lawrence 


Georgetown 


Scott 


Hillsboro' 


Fleming 


Locust Grove 


Callaway 


Germantown 


Mason 


Hilton 


Monroe 


Locust Mills 


Bracken 


Gills' Mills 


Bath 


Hine's Mills 


Ohio 


Logan's Mills 


Logan 


Ghent 


Carroll 


Hodgensville 


La Rue 


Logansport 


Butler 


Glasgow 


Barren 


Hood's Fork 


Johnson 


London 


Laurel 


Glenn Brook 


Hart 


Hood's Run 


Greenup 


Long Run 


Jefferson 


Glen's Fork 


Adair 


Hopkinsville 


Christian 


Long View 


Christian 


Glencoe 


Gallatin 


Horse Shoe Bottom Russell 


Low vi lie 


Pike 


Glendale 


Hardin 


Horsewell 


Barren 


Loretto 


Marion 


Glenville 


McLean 


Howard's Mills 


Montgomery 


Lost Creek 


Breathitt 


Golden Pond 


Trigg 


Horse Cave 


Hart 


Lost Run 


Breckenridge 


Goochland 


Madison 


Houston 


Bourbon 


Lot 


"Whitley 


Good's Precinct 


Clark 


Howell's Springs 


Hardin 


Louisa Court House Lawrence 


Gordonville 


Logan 


Howe's Valley 


Hardin 


Louisville 


Jefferson 


Goshen 


Oldham 


Hudsonville 


Breckenridge 


Lovelaceville 


Ballard 


Gonge's 


Grant 


Hustinville 


Lincoln 


Lowell 


Garrard 


Gradyville 
Graefenberg 


Adair 


Hutchison's 


Bourbon 


Lone Station 


Bourbon' 


Shelby 


Independence 


Kenton 


Lusby's Mills 


Owen 


Grant's Lick 


Campbell 


Indian Bottom 


Letcher 


Lynn 


Greenup 


Grassy Creek 


Morgan 


Indian Spring 


Campbell 


Lynn Camp 


Knox 


Gratz 


Owen 


Irvine 


Estill 


McDanul's Store 


Breckenridge 


Gray Hawk 


Jackson 


Irvinsville 


Nicholas 


McKenzie's Mill 


Christian 


Grayson C. H. 


Carter 


Jackton 


Breathitt 


McAfee 


Mercer 


Grayson Springs 


Grayson 


Jamestown 


Russell 


McGee 


Jackson 


Graysville 


Toad 


Jeffersontown 


Jefferson 


McLean's Retreat 


Daviess 


Great Crossings 


Scott 


Jericho 


Henry 


Macedonia 


Grant 


Green Castle 


Warren 


Jessamine 


Jessamine 


Mackville 


Washington 


Green Grove 


Clinton 


Jesse's Store 


Shelby 


Madisonville 


Hopkins 
La Rue 


Green Hall 


Owsley 


Joe's Lick 


Madison 


Magnolia 


Green River 


Hart 


Johnson's Forks 


Morgan 


Mammoth Cave 


Edmonson 


Greensburg 


Greene 


Kane 


Campbell 


Manchester 


Clay 
Taylor 
Marion 


Greenup C. H. 


Greenup 


Kansas 


Graves 


Mannsville 


Greenville 


Muhlenburg , 


Keene 


Jessamine 


Manton 


Grundy 


Pulaski ' 


Kenton 


Kenton 


Marble Creek 


Fayette 

Lewis 


Gum Grove 


Union 


Kentontown 


Harrison 


Marine 


Hadensville 


Todd 


Keysburg 


Logan 


Marion 


Crittenden 


Hadley 


Warren 


Kiddville 


Clark 


Marrowbone 


Cumberland 


Hogue 


Logan 


Kingston 


Madison 


Marsh Creek 


Whitley 
Bath 


Hall 


Hopkins 


Kinniconick 


Lewis 


Marshall's 


Hamilton 


Boone 


Kirksville 


Madison 


Martinsburg 


Monroe 


Hamilton's Store 


Pike 


Knottsville 


Daviess 


Masonville 


Daviess 


Hammonville 


Hart 


Knoxville 


Pendleton 


Massack 


McCracken 


Hampton's Mills 


Morgan 


Lacona 


Jefferson 


Mauldin 


Jackson 


Hanly 


Jessamine 


La Fayette 


Christian 


Mayfield 


Graves 


Hardensburg 


Breckenridge 


La Fontaine 


Harlan 


May's Lick 


Mason 


Harlan 


Harlan 


La Grange 


Oldham 


Maysville 


Mason 


Hardscrabble 


Grant 


Lair's Station 


Harrison 


Meadow Creek 


Wbitley 
Mead 


Harmony 


Owen 


Lancaster 


Garrard 


Meadville 


Harrisonville 


Shelby 


Latonia Springs 


Kenton 


Melvin 


Ballard 


Harrodsbarg 


Mercer 


Laura Furnace 


Trigg 


Menelos 


Madison 



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170 


LIST 


DF POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Middleburg 


Casey 


Nolen 


Hardin 


Prestonburg 


Floyd 


Middle Fork 


Jackson 


Northcott's Store 


Boone 


Prestonville 


Carroll 


Middletown 


Jefferson 


North Fork 


Mason 


Prewitt's Knob 


Barren 


Midview 


Henry 


North Hill 


Wayne 


Princeton 


Caldwell 


Midway 


Woodford 


North Middletown 


•Bourbon 


Proctor 


Owsley 


Milburn 


Ballard 


Oakfoid 


Daviess 


Prosperity 


Lawrence 


Milford 


Bracken 


Oak Grove 


Christian 


Providence 


Hopkins 


Military Institute 


Franklin 


Oakland Mills 


Nicholas 


Piyorsburg 


Graves 


Mills 


Christian 


Oakland Station 


Warren 


Quality Valley 


Butler 


Milledgeville 


Lincoln 


Oak Woods 


Fleming 


Quincy 


tLewis 
Logan 


Millersburg 


Bourbon 


O'Bannon 


Jefferson 


Rabhittsville 


Millerstown 


Grayson 


Oddville 


Harrison 


Radford 


Callaway 


Millersville 


Russell 


Oldhambnrg 


Oldham 


Raleigh 


Union 


Mill Grove 


Madison 


Old Town 


Greenup 


Randolph 


Metcalfe 


Mill Spring 


Wayne 


Olive Hill 


Cartel- 


Raven Creek 


Harrison 


Milton 


Trimble 


Olive 


Marshall 


Raywiek 


Marion 


Milltown 


Adair 


Olympian Springs 


Bath 


Readyville 


Builer 


Millwood 


Mason 


Orangeburg 


Mason 


Red Hill 


Hardin 


Minerva 


Mason 


Owensboro' 


Daviess 


Red River Iron Works Estill 


Mintonville 


Casey 


Owenton 


Owen 


Relief 


Morgan 


Mitchellsburg 


Boyle 


Owingsville 


Bath 


Richland 


Butler 


Model Mills 


Muhlenburg 


Oxford 


Scott 


Richelieu 


Logan 


Monroe 


Hart 


Pace's 


Metcalfe 


Richmond 


Madison 


Monterey 


Owen 


Paducah 


McCracken 


Rich Pond Grove 


Warren 


Montgomery 


Trigg 


Pageville 


Barren 


Richmond 


Boone 


Monticello 


Wayne 


Paint Lick 


Garrard 


Riffe's M Roads 


Lawrence 


Moorefield 


Nicholas 


Paintsville 


'Johnson 


Rio 


Hart 


Morehead C. H. 


Rowan 


Palma 


Marshall 


River View 


Jefferson 


Moreland 


Bourbon 


Paradise 


Muhlenburg 


Roaring Spring 


Trigg 


Morgan 


Pendleton 


Paris 


Bourbon 


Robertson's Station Harrison 


Morganfield 


Union 


Park 


Barren 


Robersonville 


Hardin 


Moigantown 


Butler 


Parksville 


Boyle 


Robinson's Creek 


Pike 


Morning View 


Kenton 


Parmleysville 


Wayne 


Rochester 


Butler 


Mortonsville 


Woodford 


Payne's Depot 


Scott 


Rock Bridge 


Monroe 


Moscow 


Hickman 


Peach Orchard 


Lawrence 


Rock Castle 


Trigg 


Motier 


Pendleton 


Peeled Oak 


Bath 


Rock Dale 


Owen 


Monnt Aerial 


Allen 


Pekin 


Jessamine 


Rock Haven 


Mead 


Mount Carmel 


Fleming 


Pembroke 


Christian 


Rockhold's 


Whitley 


Mount Eden 


Spencer 


Perryville 


Boyle 


Rockhouse 


Bath 


Mount Freedom 


Jessamine 


Petersburg 


Boone 


Rockland Mills 


Barren 


Mount Gilead 


Mason 


Pewee Valley 


Oldham 


Rock Lick 


Breckenridge 


Mount Ida 


Montgomery 


Piketon 


Pike 


Rock Point 


Henry 


Mount Olivet 


Bracken 


Pilot Knob 


Todd 


Rocky Hill 


Barren 


Mount Savage 


Cartei- 


Pine Bluff 


Callaway 


Rocky Hill Station 


Edmonson 


Mount Sterling 


Montgomery 


Pine Grove 


Clark 


Rogersville 


Madison 


Mount Vernon 


Rock 


Pitt's Point 


Bullitt 


Rolling Fork 


Nelson 


Mount Washington 


Bullitt 


Planter's Hall 1 


Breckenridge 


Roscoe 


Todd 


Mount Zion 


Perry 


Pleasant Grove ■ 


Ohio 


Rose Hill 


Laurel 


Mud Lick 


Monroe 


Pleasant Grove Mills Fleming 


Roseville 


Barren 


Munfordville 


Hart 


Pleasant Hill 


Mercer 


Ross' Ferry 


Livingston 


Munday's Landing 


Woodford 


Pleasant Home 


Owen 


Rough and Ready 


Anderson 


Murray 


Callaway 


Pleasant Point 


Daviess 


Round Stone 


Rock Castle 


Murphysville 


Mason 


Pleasant Ridge 


Daviess 


Rowena 


Russell 


Napoleon 


Gallatin 


Pleasant Vale 


Todd 


Rowlett's Depot 


Hart 


Neatsville 


Adah- 


Pleasant Valley Mills Nicholas 


Royalton 


Russell 


Nebo 


Hopkins 


Pleasant View 


Todd 


Ruckersville 


Clark 


Nelson Furnace 


Nelson 


Pleasureville 


Henry 


Ruddle's Mills 


Bourbon 


Nevada 


Mercer 


Plummer's Mill 


Fleming 


Rumsey 


McLean 


Newberry 


Wayne 


Point Curve 


Graves 


Russell's Springs 


Russell 


New Castle 


Henry 


Point Pleasant 


Ohio 


Russellville 


Logan 


New Columbus 


Owen 


Polkville 


Warren 


Rutland 


Harrison 


New Concord 


Callaway 


Pollard's Tan Yard 


Caldwell 


Saint Mary's 


Marion 


New Haven 


Nelson 


Pond River Mills 


Muhlenburg 


Saint Matthew's 


Jefferson 


New Hope 


Nelson 


Poole's Mills 


Henderson 


Salem 


Livingston 


New Liberty 


Owen 


Poor Fork 


Harlan 


Salina 


Jefferson 


New Market 


Marion 


Poplar Flat 


Lewis 


Saloma 


Taylor 


Newport 


Campbell 


Poplar Grove 


Owen 


Salt Lick 


La Rue 


New Roe 


Allen 


Poplar Hill 


Casey 


Salvisa 


Mercer 


Newstead 


Christian 


Poplar Neck 


Nelson 


Samuel's Depot 


Nelson 


New Woodburn 


Warren 


Poplar Plains 


Fleming 


Sandifer's Store 


Carroll 


New Texas 


Hickman 


Portland 


Jefferson 


Santa Fe 


Bracken 


Newtown 


Scott 


Port Royal 


Henry 


Saratoga 


Lyon 


Nicholasville 


Jessamine 


Pott's Mills 


Jessamine 


Sardis 


Mason 


Nobob 


Barren 


Powersville 


Bracken 


Savern 


Owen 



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Post Office. 


Comity. 


Scaffold Cane 


Rock Castle 


Scottsville 


Allen 


Seventy-Six 


Clinton 


Sexton's Creek 


Clay 


Shady Grove 


Crittenden 


Sharpsburg 


Bath 


Shawnan 


Bourbon 


Shelbyville 


Shelby 


Sheptierdsville 


Bullitt 


Sherburn Mills 


Fleming 


Shiloh 


Callaway 


Short Creek 


Grayson 


Shortsville 


Bullitt 


Side View 


Montgomery 


Simpsonville 


Shelby 


Slack 


Mason 


Slaughtersville 


Webster 


Sligo 


Henry 


Smileytown 


Spencer 


Smithfield 


Henry 


Smithland 


Livingston 


Smith's Grove 


Warren 


Smith's Mills 


Henderson 


Snow Hill 


Callaway 


Social Hill 


McLean 


Somerset 


Pulaski 


Sonora 


Hardin 


South Carrollton 


Muhlenburg 


South Fork 


Owsley 


South Union 


Logan 


Southville 


Shelby 


Sparta 


Owen 


Speedwell 


Madison 


Spottsville 


Henderson 


Spring Bank 


Franklin 


Springfield 


Washington 


Springport 


Henry 


Spring Station 


Woodford 


Spence Grove 


Owsley 


Stamperton 


Owen 


Stamping Grount 


Scott 


Stanford 


Lincoln 


Stanton 


Powell 


Stapleton 


Mead 


Star Furnace 


Carter 


Stateley's Run 


Grant 


State Line 


Fulton 


Stephensburg 


Hardin 


Stephensport 


Breckenridge 


Still Water 


Wolfe 



Post Office. 

S f oner 

Stoney Point 

Sugar Creek 

Sugar Grove 

Sugar Plant 

Sulphur Lick 

Sulphur Springs 

Sulphur Well 

Summerville 

Sunfish 

Swiftsville 

Symsonia 

Tayiorsville 

Temperance Hill 

Temperance Mount 

Texas 

Thompsonville 

Three Porks 

Three Prong 

Three Springs 

Tibbatt's P< Roads 

Til ton 

Tippecanoe 

Tolesborough 

Tompkiusville 

Tracy 

Traveler's Rest 

Trenton 

Troy 

Truittsville 

Turkey Foot 

Union 

Union Star 

Uniontown 

Upper Tygart 

Uptonville 

Vanceburg 

Vandenburg 

Van Dyke's Mill 

Verona 

Versailles 

Vienna 

Vine Grove 

Viola Station 

Visalia 

Volney Station 

Wadesboro' 

Wallonia 

Walnut Flat 

Walnut Hill 



County. 
Clark 
Bourbon 
Gallatin 
Butler 
Metcaife 
Monroe 
Muhlenburg 
Jessamine 
Greene 
Edmonsou 
Wolfe 
Graves 
Spencer 
Warren 
Simpson 
Washington 
Pulaski 
Barren 
Greenup 
Hart 
Campbell 
Fleming 
Ohio 
Lewis 
Monroe 
Barren 
Owsley 
Todd 
Woodford 
Greenup 
Scott 
Boone 
Breckenridge 
Uuon 
Carter 
La Rue 
Lewis 
Hopkins 
Spencer 
Boone 
Woodford 
Clark 
Hardin 
Graves 
Kenton 
Logan 
Marshall 
Trigg 
Lincoln 
Fayette 



Post Office. 


Covnly. 


Walnut Valley 


Clark 


Walton 


Boone 


Warfield 


Lawrence 


Warsaw 


Gallatin 


Washington 


Mason 


Waterford 


Spencer 


Waterloo 


Pulaski 


Watson's 


Marshall 


Waynesboro' 


Lincoln 


Weaverton 


Wayne 


Webster 


Breckenridge 


Wesley 


Hickman 


Weston 


Nicholas 


Westonburg 


Crittenden 


West Liberty 


Morgan 


West Point 


Hardin 


Westport 


Oldham 


Whippoorwill 


Laurel 


White Hall 


Madison 


White Lilly 


Laurel 


White Oak Hill 


Fleming 


Whites burg 


Letcher 


White Sulphur 


Scott 


Whitesville 


Daviess 


Whitley C. H. 


Whitley 


Wickliffe 


Nelson 


Wild Cat 


Whitley 


Williams 


Christian 


Williamstown 


Grant 


Willisburg 


Washington 


Wilson's Creek 


Graves 


Wilsonville 


Spencer 


Winchester 


Clark 


Winona 


Trimble 


S Wise's Mill 


Henderson 


! Withesville 


Caldwell 


1 Woodbine 


Whitley 


1 Woodbury 


Butler 


! Woodlawn 


Morgan 


1 Woodsonville 


Hart 


1 Woodstock 


Pulaski 


Woodville 


Ballard 


Woolridge's Store 


Christian 


Worthville 


Carroll 


Wightsville 


Pulaski 


Wyoming 


Bath 


Yellow Creek 


Knox 


Yelvington 


Daviess 


Zion 


Henderson 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 



STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Abingdon 


Knox 


Algonquin 


McHenry 


Angola 


Lake 


Accommodation 


Effingham 


Akron 


Peoria 


Anua 


Union 


Adams 


Adams 


Alhambra 


Madison 


Annapolis 


Crawford 


Addison 


Dupage 


Allen's Springs 


Pope 


Annawan 


Henry 


Adeline 


Ogle 


Alma 


Marion 


Antioch 


Lake 


Ainsworth Station 


Cook 


Alton 


Madison 


Appanoose 


Hancock 


Akin 


Franklin 


Alum Rock 


La Salle 


Apple Creek 


Greene 


Albany 


Whitesides 


Amboy 


Lee 


Apple River 


Jo Daviess 


Albion 


Edwards 


Amity 


Livingston 


Arcadia 


Morgan 


Alden 


McHenry 


Ancona 


Livingston 


Areola 


Coles 


Aledo 


Mercer 


Andalusia 


Rock Island 


Arenzville 


Cass 


Alexander 


Morgan 


Andover 


Henry 


Argo 


Carro 1 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 
Argyle 
Arlington 
Armington 
Armstrong 
Aroma 
Asbury 
Ashby 
Ash Grove 
Ashkum 
Ashland 
Ashley 
Asbmore 
Ash Ridge 
Assumption 
Astoria 
Athens 
Athensville 
Atkinson 
Atlanta 
Atlas 
Attilla 
Auburn 
Audubon 
Augusta 
Aurora 
Ava 
Avery 
Aviston 
Avoca 
Avon 

Bal.cock's Grove 
Baileyville 
Bainbridge 
Baldwinville 
i'ankston 
Bardolph 
Barclay 
Barreville 
Barrington Station 
Barr's Store 
Barry 
Basco 
Batavia 
Bates 
Bath 

Beardstown 
Bear Creek 
Beaver Cretk 
Beaverton 
Beaverville 
Beck's Creek 
Bedford 
Bedfordville 
Belden 
Bell Air 
Bell Plain 
Belle Prairie 
Belleville 
Bellview 
Belvidere 
Belwood 
Bement 
Benton 
Berlin 
Bernadotte 
Benyton 
Berwick 
Beth alto 
Bethel 
Beulah 
Beverly 
Bible Grove 
Biggsville 
Big Muddy 
Big Neck 



Count?/. 

McDonough 

Bureau 

Tazewell 

Wabash 

Kankakee 

La Salle 

Coles 

Iroquois 

Iroquois 

Cass 

Washington 

Coles 

Massac 

Christian 

Fulton 

Menard 

Greene 

Henry 

Logan 

Pike 

Williamson 

Sangamon 

Montgomery 

Hancock 

Kane 

Jackson 

Jo Daviess 

Clinton 

Livingston 

Fulton 

Dupage 

Ogle 

Williamson 

Edgar 

Saline 

McDonough 

Ogle 

McHenry 

Cook 

Macoupin 

Pike 

Hancock 

Kane 

Sangamon 

Mason 

Cass 

Montgomery 

Bond 

Boone 

Iroquois 

Shelby 

Pike 

Henderson 

McHenry 

Crawford 

Marshall 

Hamilton 

St. Clair 

Calhoun 

Boone 

Iroquois 

Piatt 

Franklin 

Sangamon 

Fulton 

Cass 

Warren 

Madison 

Morgan 

De Kalb 

Adams 

Clay 

Henderson 

Franklin 

Adams 



Post Office. 
Big Rock 
Big Rush Creek 
Big Spring 
Big Woods 
Birmingham 
Bishop Hill 
Blackberry 
Blackberry Station 
Black Oak 
Blair 

Blairsville 
Blandinsville 
Bliven's Mill 
Blood's Point 
Bloomfield 
Bloomingdale 
Blooraington 
Bloomville 
Bloom 
Blue Grass 
Blue Island 
Blue Point 
Blue Ridge 
Blueville 
Blu it Dale 
Bluffville 
Bolton 
Bond's Poiut 
Bon Fas 
Bonus 
Bonwell 
Book 
Boone 
Boot 
Bourbon 
Bowling Green 
Boy n ton 
Bradford 
Bradley 
Breckenridge 
Breese 
Bremen 
Biickton 
Bridgeport 
Brighton 
Brimfield 
Bristol 

Bristol Station ' 
Broad Oaks 
Broa dwell 
Brooklyn 
Brookville 
Browning 
Bruce 
Brunswick 
Brush Creek 
Brushy Fork 
Buck 

Buck Hart- 
Buck Horn 
Buda 

Buena Vista 
Buffalo 

Buffalo Prairie 
Bulkley 

Bullbouas Grove 
Bunker Hill 
Bureau Junction 
Buikeville 
Burlington 
Burns 
Burnsville 
Burnt Prairie 
Burritt 
Burton 



County, 

Kane 

Jo Daviess 

Shelby 

Dupage 

Schuyler 

Henry 

Kano 

Kane 

Wayne 

Randolph 

Williamson 

McDonough 

McHenry 

De Kalb 

Edgar 

Dupage 

McLean 

Kankakee 

Cook 

Vermillion 

Cook 

Wayne 

Jefferson 

Christian 

Greene 

Carroll 

Williamson 

Christian 

Richland 

Boone 

Edgar 

Pope 

Boone 

Richland 

Douglas 

Fayette 

Tazeweil 

Stark 

Jackson 

Pope 

Greene 

Randolph 

Cook 

Lawrence 

Macoupin 

Peoria 

Kendall 

Kendall 

Pope 

Logan 

Schuvler 

Ogle 

Schuyier 

McDonough 

Peoria 

Wayne 

Coles 

Hamilton 

Christian 

Brown 

Bureau 

Stephenson 

Gallatin 

Rock Island 

Iroquois 

Kankakee 

Macoupin 

Bureau 

Monroe 

Kane 

Henry 

McDonough 

Wbite 

Winnebago 

Adams 



Post Office. 


County. 


Bushnell 


McDonough 


Butler 


Montgomery 


Byron 


Ogle 


Cairo 


Alexander 


Caledonia 


Pulaski 


Caledonia Station 


Boone 


Calhoun 


Richland 


Camargo 


Coles 


Cambridge 


Henry 


Camden 


Schuyler 


Camden Mills 


Rock Island 


Cameron . 


Warren 


Campbell 


Coles 


Camp Grove 


Stark 


Camp Point 


Adams 


Canton 


Fidton 


Carbon 


Mercer 


Carbon Cliff 


Rock Island 


Carbondale 


Jackson 


Cary Station 


McHenry 


Carlinville 


Macoupin 


Carlyle 


Clinton 


Carnent Prairie 


Perry 


Carmi 


White 


Carpentersville 


Kane 


Carrollton 


Greene 


Cartersville 


Jasper 


Carthage 


Hancock 


Carter 


Sangamon 


Casey 


Clark 


Caseyville 


St. Clair 


Cass 


Dupage 


Catlin 


Vermillion 


Cave 


Franklin 


Cave in Rock 


Hardin 


Cayuga 


Livingston 


Cedar Bluff 


Johnson 


Cedarville 


Stephenson 


Centerville 


Piatt 


Central City 


Marion 


Centralia 


Marion 


Center Point 


Knox 


C nter Ridge 


Mercer 


Cerro Gordo 


Piatt 


Chambersburg 


Pike 


Champaign 


Champaign 


Chandlerville 


Cass 


Chaimahon 


Will 


Charleston 


Coles 


Chatham 


Sangamon 


Chatsworth 


Livingston 


Chebanse 


Iroquois 


Chelsea 


Will 


Chemung 


McHenry 


Cheney's Grove 


McLean 


Chenoa 


McLean 


Cherry Grove 


Carroll 


Cherry Valley 


Winnebago 


Chester 


Randolph 


Chesterfield 


Macoupin 


Chicago 


Cook 


Chili 


Hancock 


Chili Centre 


Hancock 


Chillicothe 


Peoria 


Chismanville 


Gallatin 


Circleville 


Tazewell 


Clark Center 


Clark 


Clay 


La Salle 


Clay City 


Clay 


Clayton 


Adams 


Clear Creek Landing Alxander 


Clermont 


Richland 


Clifton 


Iroquois 


Clinton 


De Wit t 


Clintonville 


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Post Office. 


Cov/nty. 


Post Offi:e. 


County. 


Clover 


Henry 


Dillon 


Tazewell 


Clyde 


Whitesides 


Dixon 


Lee 


Coal Valley 


Rock Island 


Doddsville 


Schuyler 


Coatsburg 


Adams 


Dogtooth 


Alexander 


Cochrauville 


Stephenson 


Dolson 


Clark 


Cobb 


Randolph 


Dongola 


Union 


Colchester 


McDonou»h 


Donovan 


Iroquois 


Cold Spring 


Shelby 


Dorrance 


Stark 


Collins' Station 


Clinton 


Dorchester 


Macoupin 


Collinsville 


Madison 


Dorset 


De Kalb 


Colmar 


McDonough 


Douglas 


Knox 


Colona Station 


Henry 


Dover 


Bureau 


Columbia 


Monroe 


Downer's Grove 


Dupage 


Columbus 


Adams 


Downs 


McLean 


Como 


Whitesides 


Drury 


Rock Island 


Concord 


Morgan 


Dubois 


Washington 


Cou key's Store 


Vermillion 


Duck Creek 


Warren 


Cooperstown 


Brown 


Dudley 


Edgar 


Copperas Creek 


Fulton 


Dudleyville 


Bond 


Copper Creek 


Rick Island 


Duncan's Mills 


Fulton 


Coral 


Mc Henry 


Dundas 


Richland 


Cordova 


Rock Island 


Dundee 


Kane 


Cornton 


Cumberland 


Dunleith 


Jo Daviess 


Cornville 


La Salle 


Dupage 


Will 


Cottage Hill 


Dupage 


Duquoin 


Perry 


Cottonwood 


Gallatin 


Durand Station 


Winnebago 


Cottonwood Grove Bond 


Durham 


Hancock 


Coultersville 


Randolph 


Dwight 


Livingston 


Council Hill 


Jo Daviess 


Eagle 


La Salle 


Council Hill Station Jo Daviess 


Eagle Cliffs 


Monroe 


Courtland Station 


De Kalb 


Eagle Point 


Ogle 


Courtright Mills 


Iroquois 


Earlville 


La Salle 


Crab Orchard 


Williamson 


East Bend 


Ford 


Crawford 


Gallatin 


East Cambridge 


Henry 


Crescent City 


Iroquois 


East Paw Paw 


De Kalb 


Crete 


Will 


East Wheatland 


Will 


Crittenden 


Franklin 


Eaton 


Crawford 


Crotty 


La Salle 


Edgington 


Rock Island 


Crow Meadows 


Marshall 


Edwardsville 


Madison 


Cruger 


Woodford 


Effingham 


Effingham 


Crystal Lake 


Mc Henry 


Edge wood 


Effioghim 


Cuba 


Fulton 


Egypt 


Mason 


Cypress Creek 


Johnson 


Ela 


Lake 


Dakota 


Stephenson 


Elb ridge 


Edgar 


Dallas City 


Hancock 


El Dara 


Pike 


Damascus 


Stephenson 


El Dorado 


Saline 


Danby 


Dupage 


Eleroy 


Stephenson 


Danforth 


Tazewell 


Elgin 


Kane 


Danville 


Vermillion 


Elida 


Winnebago 


Darieu 


Clark- 


Eliza 


Mercer 


Davis 


Stephenson 


Elizabeth 


Jo Daviess 


Darwin 


Clark 


Elizabethtown 


Hardin 


Dawson 


Sangamon 


Elk Grove 


Cook 


Daysville 


Ogle 


Elkhart City 


Logan 


Dayton 


La Salle 


Elkhorn 


Washington 


Dearborn 


McHenry 


Elkhoru Grove 


Carroll 


Decatur 


Macon 


Elkton 


Crawford 


Deep Cut 


McHenry 


Elliottstown 


Effingham 


Deer Creek 


Tazewell 


Ellis Grove 


Randolph 


Deerrield 


Lake 


Ellison 


Warren 


Deerrield Prairie 


De Kalb 


Ellisville 


Fulton 


Deer Park 


La Salle 


Elm Grove 


Adams 


Deer Plain 


Calhoun 


Elmore 


Peoria 


De Kalb Center 


DeKalb 


Elmira 


Stark 


Delavan 


Tazewell 


Elm Point 


. Bond 


Delhi 


Jersey 


Elm Wood 


Peoria 


Del Rey 


Iroquois 


El Paso 


Woodford 


Delta 


McLean 


Elsah 


Jersey 


Dement Station 


Ogle 


Elvaston 


Hancock 


Denny 


Warren 


El win 


Macon 


Derinda 


Jo Daviess 


Elwood 


Will 


Detroit 


Pike 


Eminence 


Logan 


De Soto 


Jackson 


Emma 


White 


De Witt 


De Witt 


Empire 


Whitesides 


Diamond Lake 


Lake 


Enfield 


White 



Post Office. 
English Prairie 
Enon 

Enterprise 
Epler 
Equality 
Erie 
Erin 
Erwin 
Essex 
Etna 
Eureka 
Eugene 
Evan's Mill 
Evanston 
Evansville 
Swing 
Ewington 
Exeter 
Fairburg 
Fairfield 
Fairhaven 
Fairmont 
Fair Play 
Fairview 
Fair Weather 
Farina 
Farmington 
Farm Ridge 
Parmsville 
Farrowtown 
Fayette 
Fayetteville 
Ferdinand 
Fiatt 
Fidelity 
Fieldon 
Fillmore 
Fincastle 
Fish Hook 
Fitts Hill 
Fitz Henry 
Flat Rock 
Flora 
Floraville 
Florence 
Florid 

Forest Station 
Forksville 
Foreston 
Fort Hill 
Fosterbui g 
Fosters 

Fountain Green 
Four Mile Grove 
Fowler's Station 
Fox Lake 
Frankfort 
Franklin Grove 
Franklin 
Franzonia 
Fredericksville 
Eredonia 
Freeburg 
Freedom 
Freeland 
Freeman ton 
Fremont Center 
Freeport 
French Village 
Friend Grove 
Friendship 
Friendsville 
Fullersburg 
Fuller's Point 
Fulton 



County. 

McHenry 
Bureau 
Wayne 

Morgan 

Gallatin 

Whitesides 

McHenry 

Schuvler 

Kankakee 

Coles 

Woodford 

Knox 

Morgan 

Cook 

Randolph 

Franklin 

Effingham 

Scott 

Livingston 

Wayne 

Carroll 

Vermillion 

Jefferson 

Fulton 

Adams 

Fayette 

Fulton 

La Salle 

Woodford 

Calhoun 

Greene 

St. Clair 

Mercer 

Fulton 

Jersey 

Jersey 

Montgomery 

Clark 

Pike 

Franklin 

Ogle 

Crawford 

Clay 

St. Clair 

Pike 

Putnam 

Livingston 

Lake 

Ogle 

Lake 

Madison 

Marion 

Hancock 

Lee 

Adams 

Lake 

Franklin 

Lee 

Morgan 

Richland 

Schuyler 

Williamson 

St. Clair 

La Salle 

De Kalb 

Effingham 

Lake 

Stephenson 

St. Clair 

Wabash 

McDonough 

Wabash 

Dupage 

Coles 

Whitesides 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 
Fulton Center 
Galena 
Galesburg 
Gallatin 
Galloway 
Galum 
Galva 
Gap Grove 
Garden Plain 
Garden Prairie 
Gardner 
Gard's Point 
Geneva 
Genesee 
Genesee Grove 
Genoa 

Georgetown 
Germantown. 
Gibson 
Gilead 
Gil gal 
Gilespie 
Gil man 
Gilmer 
Girard 
Glasgow 
Glendale 
Glencoe 
Glenwood Mills 
Godfrey 
Golconda 
Good Hope 
Gooding's Grove 
Goose Island 
Grafton 
Grand Chain 
Grand Cote Prairie 
Grand Detour 
Grand View 
Grand Tower 
Grand Prairie 
Grauville 
Gray's Mills 
Grayville 
Green burg 
Greenbush 
Green Dale 
Greenfield 
Green Garden 
Green River 
Greenup 
Greenvale 
Greenville 
Greenwood 
Greggville 
Grid ley 
Giiswold 
Grouse 
Groveland 
Guilford 
Hadley 

Hadley's Station 
Hagley 
Bainesville 
Haldane 
Hale 

Halgisaw 
Half Day 
Hall 
Hallock 
Hamburg 
Hamilton 
Hamlet 
Hamshire 
Hampton 



County. 

Fulton 
Jo Daviess 
Knox 
Saline 
La Salle 
Perry 
Henry 
Lee 
Whitesides 
Boone 
Grundy 
Wabash 
Kane 
Henry 
Whitesides 
De Kalb 
Vermillion 
Clinton 
Knox 
Calhoun 
Pike 
Macoupin 
Iroquois 
Lake 
Macoupin 
Scott 
Pope 
Cook 
Livingston 
Madison 
Pope 
McDonough 
Will 
Alexander- 
Jersey 
Pulaski 
Perry 
Ogle 
Edgar 
Jackson 
Kankakee 
Putnam 
Johnson 
White 
Greene 
Warren 
Marion 
Greene 
Will 
Henry 
Cumberland 
Jo Daviess 
Bond 
McHeury 
Pike 
McLean 
Hamilton 
Kane 
Tazewell 
Jo Daviess 
Will 
Lawrence 
Cass 
Lake 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Boone 
Lake 
Franklin 
Peoria 
Calhoun 
Hancock 
Mercer 
Kane 
Rock Island 



Post Office 
Hanover 
Hardin 
Hardinsville 
Harlem 
Harmony 
Harrisburg 
Harris Grove 
Harrison 
Harrisonville 
Harristown 
Hartford 
Hartland 
Harvard 
Havana 
Havelock 
Hazel Dell 
Hazlett 
Hebron 
Meeker 
Hemlo 
Henderson 
Hennepin 
Henry 
Hermitage 
Hermon 
Herndon 
Hersman's 
Hey worth 
Hickory 
Hickory Creek 
Hickory Grove 
Hickory Hill 
Hickory Pidge 
Hick's Mills 
Hidalgo 
Higginsville 
Highland 
High Point 
High Prairie 
Hillsboro' 
Hill's Grove 
Hodges 
Holland 
Hollowayville 
Home 
Homer 

Hoover's Point 
Hope 
Hopedale 
Hopewell 
Hopper's Mills 
Hord 
Hornsby 
Houston 
Howard's Point 
Howardsville 
Hoyletown 
Hudson 
Huntley Grove 
Huntsville 
Hurricane 
Hutsonville 
Hyde Park 
Illiopolis Station 
Illinois City 
lllinoistown 
Indianola 
Industry 

Ingraham Prairie 
Ionia 
Ipava 
Ira 

Iroquois 
Irving 
Island Creek 



County. 

Jo Daviess 

Calhoun 

Crawford 

Winnebago 

Mc Henry 

Saline 

Jefferson 

Winnebago 

Monroe 

Macon 

Saline 

McHenry 

Mc Henry 

Mason 

Cook 

Cumberland 

Rock Island 

McHenry 

Monroe 

Whitesides 

Knox 

Putnam 

Marshall 

Coles 

Knox 

Montgomery 

Brown 

McLean 

Lake 

Fayette 

Massac 

Marion 

Hancock 

De Kalb 

Jasper 

Vermillion 

Madison 

Mercer 

La Salle 

Montgomery 

McDonough 

Greene 

Shelby 

Bureau 

Wayne 

Champaign 

Macoupin , 

Cook 
Tazewell | 
Macon j 
Henderson | 

Clay 

Macoupin 

Adams 

Fayette 

Stephenson 

Washington 

McLean 

McHenry 

Schuyler 

Montgomery 

Crawford 

Cook 

Sangamon 

Rock Island 

St. Clair 

Vermillion 

McDonough 

Clay 

Warren 

Fulton 

Jo Daviess 

Iroquois 

Montgomery 

Jasper 



Post Office. 
Izoria 

Jacksonville 
Jamestown 
Jasper 
Jefferson 
Jefferson Corners 
Jeffersonville 
Jericho 
Jersey Prairie 
Jerseyville 
John's Creek 
Johnson 
Johnsontown 
Johnsonville 
Joliet 
Jonesboro' 
Jones' Creek 
Jordan 

Jordan's Grove 
Kane 
Kaneville 
Kankakee Depot 
Kansas 
Kappa 
Kaskaskia 
Keene 
Keenville 
Keithsburg 
Kendall 
Kent 
Kentucky 
Kewaunee 
Keysport 
Kiekapoo 
Killbuck 
Kinderhook 
Kingsbury 
King's Mills 
Kingston 
Kingston Mines 
Kinmundy 
Kiytyre 
Kishwaukee 
Knight's Grove 
Knot Prairie 
Knoxville 
Kyte River 
La Clair 
Lacon 
Lacey 
La Clede 
Laenna 
Lafayette 
Lafox 
La Harpe 
Lake Creek 
Lake Forrest 
Lake Zurich 
Lamb's Point 
Lamoille 
Lancaster 
Lane Depot 
Lane's M Roads 
Lanesville 
Langdon 
Laona 

La Prairie Center 
Larkinsburg 
La Salle 
Lavine 
Lawndale 
Lawn Ridge 
Lawrence 
Lawrenceville 
Lebanon 



County. 

Rock Island 

Morgan 

Clinton 

Schuyler 

Cook 

Whitesides 

Wayne 

Kane 

Cass 

Jersey 

Sangamon 

McDonough 

CumbeTand 

Wayne 

Will 

Union 

Randolph 

Vermillion 

Randolph 

Greene 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Edgar 

Woodford 

Randolph 

Adams 

Wayne 

Mercer 

Kendall 

Stephenson 

Vermillion 

Henry 

Clinton 

Peoria 

Ogle 

Pike 

Whitesides 

Kane 

De Kalb 

Peoria 

Marion 

Winnebago 

Winnebago 

St. Clair 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Ogle 

De Kalb 

Marshall 

De Kalb 

Fayette 

Logan 

Stark 

Kane 

Hancock 

Williamson 

Lake 

Lake 

Madison 

Bureau 

Cass 

Ogle 

Hamilton 

Sangamon 

Peoria 

Winnebago 

Marshall 

Clay 

La Salle 

Iroquois 

Logan 

Marshall 

McHenry 

Lawrence 

St. Clair 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



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Post Office,. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Lee Center 


Lee 


Manlius 


La Salle 


L'Erable 


Iroquois 


Mansfield 


Kendall 


Leesville 


Boone 


Manteno 


Kankakee 


Leland 


La Salle 


Maple Grove 


Edwards 


Lemont 


Cook 


Maple's Mill 


Fulton 


Lena 


Stephenson 


Maquon 


Knox 


Lenzburg 


St. Clair 


Maradosia 


Morgan 


Leroy 


McLean 


Marceline 


Adams 


Lewistown 


Fulton 


Marcy 


Franklin 


Lexington 


McLean 


Marengo 


McHenry 


Leyden Center 


Cook 


Margaretta 


Clark 


Liberty 


Adams 


Marietta 


Fulton 


Libertyville 


Lake 


Marine 


Madison 


Lillecash 


Will 


Marion 


Williamson 


Lina 


Adams 


Marissa 


St. Clair 


Limerick 


Bureau 


Markanda 


Jackson 


Limestone 


Kankakee 


Maroa 


Macon 


Lincoln 


Logan 


Marrowbone 


Moultrie 


Lindenwood 


Ogle 


Marseilles 


La Salle 


Lisbon 


Kendall 


Martinsburg 


Pike 


Lisle 


Dupage 


Marshall 


Clark 


Litchfield 


Montgomery 


Martinsville 


Clark 


Little Detroit 


Tazewell 


Marysville 


Vermillion 


Little Muddy 


Franklin 


Mascoutah 


St. Clair 


Little Rock 


Kendall 


Mason 


Effingham 


Littleton 


Schuyler 


Mason City 


Mason 


Little York 


Warren 


Matanzas 


Mason 


Lively 


St. Clair 


Mattison 


Cook 


Liverpool 


Fulton 


Mattoon 


Coles 


Livingston 


Clark 


Mayestown 


Monroe 


Loami 


Sangamon 


Mazon 


Grundy 


Lock 


La Salle 


Mechanicsburg 


Sangamon 


Lock hart 


Macou 


Melrose 


Clark 


Lockport 


Will 


Mendon 


Adams 


Locust Grove 


Williamson 


Mendota 


La Salle 


Lodi Station 


Kane 


Mercia 


Eock Island 


Logan 


Edgar 


Meriden 


La Salle 


Logansport 


Hamilton 


Metamora 


Woodford 


London City 


Fayette 


Metropolis City 


Massac 


Lone Tree 


Bureau 


Middle Creek 


Hancock 


Long Grove 


Lake 


Middle Fork 


Fulton 


Long Point 


Livingston 


Middle Grove 


Fulton 


Long Prairie 


Wayne 


Middleport 


Iroquois 


Looking Glass 


Clinton 


Middletown 


Logan 


Loran 


Stephenson 


Midway 


Fulton 


Louisville 


Clay 


Mier 


Wabash 


Lovington 


Moultrie 


Milet' Station 


Macoupiu 


Lovilla 


Hamilton 


Millford 


Iroquois 


Lowell 


La Salle 


Millburn 


Lake 


Low Point 


Woodford 


Milledgeville 


Carroll 


Luda 


Ogle 


Millersburg 


Mercer 


Lusk 


Pope 


Mill Grove 


Stephenson 


Lynchburg 


Jefferson 


Mills' Prairie 


Edwards 


Lyndon 


Whitesides 


Millstadt 


St. Clair 


Lynnville 


Morgan 


Millville 


Jo Daviess 


Lyonsville 


Cook 


Milo 


Bureau 


Lythesville 


McLean 


Milroy 


Kuox 


McConnell's Grove Stephenson 


Milton 


Pike 


McGary 


Hancock 


Milton Station 


Coles 


McHenry 


McHenry 


Mineral 


Bureau 


Mackinaw 


Tazewell 


Minersville 


Henry 


McLean 


McLean 


Mill Shoals 


White 


McLeansboro' 


Hamilton 


Minonk 


Woodford 


Macomb 


McDonough 


Minooka 


Grundy 


Madison 


Madison 


Mitchelsville 


Saline 


Magnolia 


Putnam 


Mitchie 


Monroe 


Mahomet 


Champaign 


Mode 


Shelby 


Maine 


Cook 


Mokena 


Will 


Mainville 


Cook 


Moline 


Rock Island 


Majority Point 


Cumberland 


Momence 


Kankakee 


Maiden 


Bureau 


Monee 


Will 


Malina 


De Kalb 


Monmouth 


Warren 


Malta 


De Kalb 


Monroe 


Mercer 


Malugin Grove 


Lee 


Monroe Center 


Ogle 


Manchester 


Scott 


Monroe City 


Moaroe 



Post Office. 


County. 


Monterey 


Calhoun 


VIontezuma 


Pike 


Montgomery 


Kane 


VTonticello 


Piatt 


Monument 


Pike 


Vloore's Prairie 


Jefferson 


Morlan's Grove 


Wayne 


Moro 


Madison 


Morrison 


Whitesides 


Morris 


Grundy 


Morristown 


Henry 


Mortansville 


Sangamon 


Morton 


Tazewell 


Moscow 


Mason 


Moss vi He 


Peoria 


Moultonville 


Madison 


Mound City 


Pulaski 


Mound Station 


Brown 


Mount Auburn 


C .ristian 


Mount Carmel 


Wabash 


Mount Carroll 


Carroll 


Mount Erie 


Wayne 


Mount Hawley 


Peoria 


Mount Meacham 


Schuyler 


Mount Morris 


Ogle 


Mount Palatine 


Putnam 


Mount I leasant 


Union 


Mount Prospect 


Whitesides 


Mount Pulaski 


Logan 


Mount Sterling- 


Brown 


Mount Sumner 


Jo Daviess 


Mount Vernon 


Jefferson 


Moweaqua 


Shelby 


Mud Creek 


St. Clair 


Mulberry Grove 


Bond 


Mnle Creek 


Cumberland 


Murphysborough 


Jackson 


Murrysville 


Morgan 


Munson 


Henry 


Myersville 


Vermillion 


Nachusa 


Lee 


Nakomis 


Montgomery 


Naperville 


Dupage 


Naples 


Scott 


Nashville 


Washington 


Nasusay 


Kendall 


Nauvoo 


f Hancock 


Neapolis 


Shelby 


Nebo 


Pike 


Neeleyville 


Morgan 


Negro Lick 


Greene 


Nelson 


Lee 


Neoga 


Cumberland 


Neponset 


Bureau 


New Ark 


Kendall 


New Baltimore 


Wayne 


New Bedford 


Bureau 


Newbern 


Jersey 


New Boston 


Mercer 


New Bremen 


Cook 


New Clyde 


Whitesides 


New Columbia 


Massac 


Newcomb 


Champaign 


New Erin 


Stephenson 


New Franklin 


Wayne 


New Genesee 


Whitesides 


New Hartford 


Pike 


New Haven 


Gallatin 


New Hebron 


Crawford 


New Hope 


Wabash 


New Jordan 


Whitesides 


New Lancaster 


Warren 


New Lebanon 


De Kalb 


1 New Liberty 


Pope 


New Market 


Gallatin 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 


County^ 


New Massillon 


Wayne 


New Maysville 


Pike 


New Michigan 


Livingston 


New Middleton 


Marion 


New Milford 


Winnebago 


New Philadelphia 


McDonough 


New Plato 


Kane 


Newport 


Lake 


New Providence 


Greene 


New Rutland 


La Salle 


News 


Calhoun 


New Salem 


Pike 


Newton 


Jasper 


New Virgil 


Kane 


Ney 


De Kalb 


Niantic 


Mncon 


Night's Prairie 


Hamilton 


Niles 


Cook 


Niles Center 


Cook 


Nilwood 


Macoupin 


Noble 


Richland 


Nora 


Jo Daviess 


Northfield 


Cook 


North Fork 


Vermillion 


North Hampton 


Peoria 


North Henderson 


Warren 


North Kingston 


Do Kalb 


North Plato 


Kane 


North Prairie 


Knox 


Northville 


La Salle 


Norway 


La Salle 


Noyesville 


Cook 


Oak 


Pope 


Oakland 


Coles 


Oakley 


Macon 


Oak Ridge 


Menard 


Oakula 


Iroquois 


Oblong 


Crawford 


Oceola 


Stark 


Oconee Station 


Shelby 


Ocoya 


Livingston 


Odell 


Livingston 


Odin 


Marion 


O'Fallon Depot 


St. Clair 


Ogle Station 


Lee 


Ohio 


Bureau 


Ohio Grove 


De Kalb 


Okaw 


Washington 


Old Farm 


Lawrence 


Old Ripley 


Bond 


Olena 


Henderson 


Olive 


Lawrence 


Olney 


Richland 


Omega 


Marion 


Omph Ghent 


Madison 


Oaargo 


Iroquois 


Oneco 


Stephenson 


Ono 


Adams 


Oneida 


Knox 


Ontario 


Knox 


Ophir 


La Salle 


Oquawka 


Henderson 


Orange Prairie 


Peoria 


Orangeville 


Stephenson 


Oregon 


Ogle 


Orion 


Henry 


Orland 


Cook 


Orleans 


Morgan 


Osage 


Franklin 


Osborn 


Washington 


Ostend 


McHenry 


Oswego 


Kendall 


Ottawa 


La Salle 


Otto 


Fulton 


Otsego 


Lake 



Post Office. 
Otter Creek 
Owaneco 
Oxbow 
Oxford 

Paddock's Grove 
Padua 

Paine's Point 
Palatine 
Palestine 
Palo Alto 
Paloma 
Palos 
Palmyra 
Pana 

Panola Station 
Paradise 
Paris 
Parker 
Parke rsburg 
Park's Corners 
Parrish 
Patoka 
Pavillion 
Pawnee 

Paw Paw Grove 
Par ton 
Payson 
Pearl 
Peatone 
Pecatonica 
Pekin 
Pellonia 
Pennsylvania 
Peoria 
Perry 
Peru 

Peru Station 
Pesotum 
Petersburg 
Petty's 
Pytous 
Phillipstown 
Philo 
Piasa 
Pickwick 
Pierce 
Pierceville 
Pi-eon Creek 
Pilot 

Pilot Grove 
Pinckneyville 
Pingree Grove 
Pink Prairie 
Pin Oak 
Pioneer 
Pitman 
Pittsfleld 
Plainfield 
Plain View 
Piano 
Plato 
Plattville 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Green 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Plains 
Pleasant Ridge 
Pleasant Vale 
Pleasant Valley 
Pleasant View 
Plum Hill 
Plum River 
Plymouth 
Pocahontas 
Point Pleasant 



Jersey 

Christian 

Putnam 

Henry 

Madison 

McLean 

Ogle 

Cook 

Crawford 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Cook 

Macoupin 

Christian 

Woodford 

Coles 

Edgar 

Clark 

Richland 

Boone 

Franklin 

Marion 

Kendall 

Sangamon 

Lee 

Ford 

Adams 

Pike 

Will 

Winnebago 

Tazewell 

Massac 

Rock Island 

Peoria 

Pike 

La Salle 

Champaign 

Champaign 

Menard 

Lawrence 

Adams 

White 

Champaign 

Macoupin 

Jasper 

Will 

De Kalb 

Pike 

Vermillion 

Hancock 

Perry 

Kane 

Henry 

Wayne 

Greene 

Adams 

Pike 

Will 

Macoupin 

Kendall 

Iroquois 

Kendall 

Wayne 

Stark 

Pike 

Sangamon 

Rock Island 

Pike 

Jo Daviess 

Schuyler 

Washington 

Jo Daviess 

Hancock 

Bond 

Champaign 



Post Office. 


County. 


Polo 


Ogle 


Pol's Grove 


Carroll 


Pontiac 


Livingston 


Pontoosac 


Hancock 


Pope Creek 


Mercer 


Poplar Grove 


Boone 


Port Byron 


Rock Island 


Port Clinton 


Lake 


Portland 


Whitesides 


Prairie 


Mason 


Prairie Bird 


Shelby 
McDonough 


Prairie City 


Prairie Creek 


Logan 


Prairie du Rocher 


Randolph 


Prainefield 


Rock Island 


Prairie Hill 


Williamson 


Prairie Mound 


Fayette 


Prairie Pond 


De Kalb 


Pre-emption 


Mercer 


Prentice 


Morgan 


Preston 


Randolph 


Princeton 


Bureau 


Ptinceville 


Peoria 


Prophetstown 


Whitesides 


Providence 


Bureau 


Proviso 


Cook 


Pulaski 


Hancock 


Quincy 


Adams 


Racoon 


Marion 


Raleigh 


Saline 


Ramsey 


Fayette 


Randolph's Grove 


McLean 


Rantoul Station 


Champaign 


Rapids City , 


Rock Island 


Raritau 


Henderson 


Rattlesnake 


White 


Reading 


Livingston 


Rectorville 


Hamilton 


Red Bank 


Saline 


Red Bud 


Randolph 


Reed 


Sangamon 


Renault 


Monroe 


Reynoldsburg 


Johnson 


Richfield 


Adams 


Richland 


Sangamon 


Richland Grove 


Mercer 


Richmond 


McHenry 


Rich view 


Washington 


Ridge Farm 


Vermillion 


Ridgefield 


McHenry 


Ridgely 


Madison 


Riley 


McHenry 
Cook 


Ringgold 


Ringwood 


McHenry 


Rinosa 


Iroquois 


Ripley 


Brown 


Risdon 


St. Clair 


Rivola 


Mercer 


Rising Sun 


Macoupin 


Roanoke 


Woodford 


Robin's Nest 


Peoria 


Robinson 


Crawford 


Robinson's Mills 


Menard 


Rochester 


Sangamon 


Rochester Mills 


Wabash 


Rock 


Pope 


Rockbridge 


Greene 


Rock Creek 


Carroll 


Rockford 


Winnebago 


Rock Grove 


Stephenson 


Rock Island 


Rock Island 


Rockland 


Lake 


Rockport 


Pike 


Rock Run 


Stephenson 


Rockton 


Winnebago 



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Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Rockville 


Kankakee 


Shiloh Hill 


Randolph 


Roland 


White 


Shipman 


Macoupin 


Borne 


Jefferson 


Shirland 


Winnebago 


Rome Farms 


Peoria 


Shirley 


McLean 


Rook's Creek 


Livingston 


Shoal Creek Station Clinton 


Roscoe 


Winnebago 


Shokokon 


Henderson 


RosefielJ 


Peoria 


Shop Creek 


Montgomery 


Rose Hill 


Jasper 


Shorb 


Jasper 


Rosemond 


Christian 


Sidney 


Champaign 


Rosen cranz 


Lake 


Siloam 


Wabash 


Ro:-eville 


Warren 


Sinclair 


Morgan 


Rosiclare 


Hariiiu 


Slack Water 


Stark 


Ross Grove 


De Kalb 


Smithton 


St. Clair 


Rossville 


Vermillion 


Smallpox 


Jo Daviess 


Rough and Ready 


Hancock 


Smithville 


Peoria 


Round Grove 


Whitesides 


Snackwine 


Putnam 


Rozetta 


Henderson 


Sodorus 


Champaign 


Rum a 


Randolph 


Solon Mills 


McHenry 


Rural 


Rock Island 


Somerset 


Saline 


Rural Retreat 


Coles 


Somonauk 


De Kalb 


Rush 


Jo Daviess 


South America 


Saline 


Rushville 


Schuyler 


Southampton 


Peoria 


Russell ville 


Lawrence 


South Bend 


Winnebago 


Ruthsville 


Montgomery 


South Grove 


De Kalb 


Rutland 


Kaue 


South Hampton 


Gallatin 


Saeton 


Clark 


South Macon 


Macon 


Sagone 


Dupage 


South Northfield 


Cook 


St. Albans 


Hancock 


South Pass 


Union 


St. Anue 


Kankakee 


South Port 


Peoria 


St. Augustine 


Fulton 


Spark's Hill 


Hardin 


St. Charles 


Kane 


Sparland 


Marshall 


St. Francisville 


Lawrence 


Sparta 


Randolph 


St. Jacob 


Madison 


Spencer 


Will 


St. John 


Perry 


Specie Grove 


Kendall 


St. Joseph 


Champaign 


Spring Bay 


Woodford 


St. Marie 


Jasper 


Springfield 


Sangamon 


St. Marys 


Hancock 


Spring Garden 


Jefferson 


St. Omer 


Coles 


Spring Grove 


Warren 


Salem 


Marion 


Spring Hill 


Whitesides 


Saline Mines 


Gallatin 


Spring Lake 


Tazewell 


Salisbury 


Sangamon 


Spring Valley 


Carroll 


Salt Creek 


Effingham 


Springville 


Coles 


Sandoval 


Marion 


Squaw Grove 


De Kalb 


Sandwich 


De Kalb 


Staunton 


Macoupin 


Sandy Ridge 


Grundy 


Steam Mill 


Schuyler 


Sangamon 


Macon 


Steele's Mills 


Randolph 


San Jose 


Macon 


Sterling 


Whitesides 


Santa Anna 


De Witt 


Steuben 


Marshall 


Santa Fe 


Alexander 


Stiflesville 


Crawford 


Sarahsville 


Williamson 


Stirrup Grove 


Macoupin 


Saratoga 


Marshall 


Stockton 


Jo Daviess 


Savanna 


Carroll 


Stone Fort 


Saline 


Saxon 


Henry 


Stone's Prairie 


Adams 


Scales Mound 


Jo Daviess 


Stonington 


Christian 


Scott 


La Salle 


Strasburg 


Cook 


Scottville 


Macoupin 


Stout's Grove 


Mo Lean 


Secor 


Woodford 


Stringtown 


Ricfctland 


Shelby Station 


Bureau 


Sublette 


Lee 


Selma 


McLean 


Sugar Grove 


Kane 


Senex 


McLean 


Sullivan 


Moultrie 


Serena 


La Salle 


Sulphur Springs 


Williamson 


Seward 


Kendall 


Summerfield 


St. Clair 


Shabbona's Grove 


De Kalb 


Summer Hill 


Pike 


Shabouier 


Fayette 


Summerville 


Peoria 


Shadsville 


White 


Summit 


Cook 


Sharon 


Henry 


Summit Hill 


Whitesides 


Shaumburg 


Cook 


Summum 


Fulton 


Shawneetown 


Gallatin 


Sumner 


Lawrence 


Shaw's Point 


Macoupin 


Sunbeam 


Mercer 


Sheffield 


Bureau 


Sunbury 


Livingston 


Shelbyville 


Shelby 


Sutton's Point 


Clay 


Sheldon's Grove 


Schuyler 


Swan Creek 


Warren 


Sherburnville 


Kankakee 


Sweet Water 


Menard 


gheraian 


Sangamon 


Sycamore 


De Kalb 


Shiloh 


St. Clair 


Sylva 


Schuyler 



Post Office. 


County, 


Sylvan Dale 


Hancock 


Table Grove 


Fulton 


Tallula 


Menard 


Tamaroa 


Perry 


Tamarack 


Will 


Tamar 


Ogle 


Taylor 


Ogle 


Taylorsville 


Christian 


Tennessee 


McDonough 


Tentopolis 


Effingham 


Terre Haute 


Henderson 


Thebes 


Alexander 


Thompson's Mills 


Jo Daviess 


Thornton 


Cook 


Thornton Station 


Cook 


Timber 


Peoria 


Time 


Pike 


Tiskilwa 


Bureau 


Tolono 


Champaign 


Toluca 


Madison 


Tonica 


La Salle 


Toulon 


Stark 


Towauda 


McLean 


Tower Hill 


Shelby 


Town Mount 


Franklin 


Tracy 


Will 


Tremont 


Tazewell 


Trenton 


Clinton 


Trivoli 


Peoria 


Triumph 


La Salle 


Troy 


Madison 


Troy Grove 


La Salle 


Troy Mills 


Fulton 


Trumbull 


Macoupin 


Truro 


Knox 


Truxton 


Bureau 


Turner 


Dupage 


Tuscola 


Douglas 


Tyler 


Winnebago 


Udina 


Kane 


Ullin 


Pulaski 


Ulm 


Adams 


Undulation 


Pulaski 


Union 


McHenry 


Union Grove 


Whitesides 


Union Point 


Union 


Uniontown 


Knox 


Unity 


Alexander 


Upper Alton 


Madison 


Urbana 


Champaign 


Ursa 


Adams 


Utah 


Warren 


Utica 


La Salle 


Valley 


Stark 


Valley Forge 


Pulaski 


Van Buren 


De Kalb 


Vancil's Point 


Macoupin 


Vandalia 


Fayette 


Vedder 


Calhoun 


Venice 


Madison 


Vergennes 


Jackson 


Vermillion 


Edgar 


Vermillionville 


La Salle 


Vermont 


Fulton 


Versailles 


Brown 


Victoria 


Knox 


Vienna 


Johnson 


Viola 


Mercer 


Virden 


Macoupin 


Virgil 


Fulton 


Virginia 


Cass 


Wabash 


Wayne 


Wakefield 


Rich Ian 


Walbridge 


Pulaski 


Wales 


Ogle 



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LIST 


OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 




Post Office. 


Cov/rity. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Walker 


Hancock 


Westfield 


Clark 


Winslow 


Stephenson 


Walker's Grove 


Mason 


West Hall 


Warren 


Winthrop 


Kane 


Walker's Neck 


Brown 


West Hebron 


Mc Henry 


Wittemburg 


Clinton 


Wallingford 


Will 


West Jersey 


Stark 


Woburn 


Bond 


Walnut 


Bureau 


West Northfield 


Cook 


Woodburn 


Macoupin 


Walnut Grove 


Knox 


West Point 


Hancock 


Woodbury 


Cumberland 


Walnut Hill 


Marion 


West Salem 


Edwards 


Woodford 


Woodford 


Walsliville 


Montgomery 


West Wheeling 


Cook 


Woodhull 


Henry 


Wanda 


Madison 


Wetaug 


Pulaski 


Wood side 


Sangamon 


Wapella 


De Witt 


Wetbersfield 


Henry 


Woodstock 


Mc Henry 


Warren 


Jo Daviess 


Wet weather 


Jasper 


Woodville 


Adams 


Warrensville 


Dupage 


Wheatland 


Will 


Wool 


Pope 


Warrenton 


Lake 


Wheaton 


Dupage 


Woosung 


Ogle 


Warsaw 


Hancock 


Wheeling 


Cook 


Worthington 


Jackson 


Washburn 


Marshall 


Whitefield 


Marshall 


Wyant 


Bureau 


Washington 


Tazewell 


White Hall 


Greene 


Wvoming 


Stark 


Wataga 


Knox 


White Oak 


Montgomery 


Wythe 


Hancock 


Waterloo 


Monroe 


White Rock 


Ogle 


Xenia 


Clay 


Watertown 


Rock Island 


White Willow 


Kendall 


Yale 


Jasper 


Watson 


Sangamon 


Whitley's Point 


Moultrie 


Yates City 


Knox 


Wauconda 


Lake 


Wilkesborough 


McLean 


Yellow Creek 


Stephenson 


Waukegan 


Lake 


Williamsville 


Sangamon 


Yellow Head Grove Kankakee 


Waverly 


Morgan 


Willow 


Jo Daviess 


York 


Clark 


Wayland 


Schuyler 


Willow Creek 


Lee 


Tork Center 


Dupage 


Wayne 


Dupage 


Willow Hill 


Jasper 


Yorktown 


Bureau 


Wayne Center 


Dupage 


Wilmington 


Will 


Young 


McDonough 


Waynesville 


De Witt 


Wilson 


Macon 


Young America 


Warren 


Webb's Prairie 


Franklin 


Wilsonburg 


Richland 


Zabriskie 


De Witt 


Webster 


Hancock 


Winchester 


Scott 


Zinesville 


Montgomery 


Weller 


Henry 


Windsor 


Shelby 


Zif 


Wayne 
Morgan 


Wenona Station 


Marshall 


Winheld 


Dupage 


Zion 


Went worth 


Lake 


Winnebago Depot 


Winnebago 


Wesley City 


Tazewell 


Wiunetka 


Cook 


Zion Hill 


Pope 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 

IN THE 

STATE OF MISSOTJKI 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Comity, 


Post Office. 


Acorn Ridge 


Stoddard 


Arno 


Tauey 


Barret's Station 


Acasto 


Clarke 


Arrow Rock 


Saline 


Barry 


Akron 


Harrison 


Ashburn 


Pike 


Basin Knob 


Alamode 


Reynolds 


Ash Grove 


Greene 


Bauff 


Alba 


Jasper 


Ashland 


Boone 


Bay 


Albany 


Gentry 


Ashley 


Pike 


Bear Creek 


Alanthus Grove 


Gentry 


Ashton 


Clarke 


Bear Creek Station 


Alemath 


Ozark 


Astoria 


Wright 


Beaufort 


Alexander's Mills 


Benton 


Athens 


Clarke 


Beaver Spring 


Alexandria 


Clarke 


Atlanta 


Harrison 


Bedford 


Allen 


Randolph 


Auburn 


Lincoln 


Beece 


Allendale 


Gentry 


Augusta 


St. Charles 


Bee Hive 


Allenton 


St. Louis 


Austin 


Cass 


Bee Ridge 


Alma 


Wright 


Avery 


Crawford 


Belew's Creek 


Almeda 


Newton 


Avilla 


Jasper 


Bell Air 


Alpha 


Grundy 


Avoca 


Jefferson 


Bellemonte 


Altenburg 


Perry 


Avon 


St. Genevieve 


Bellingsville 
Belle View 


Alton C. H. 


Oregon 


Ayessville 


Putnam 


Amazonia 


Andrew 


Baden 


St. Louis 


Benton 


Appleton Cape Girardeau 


Bailey's Creek 


Osage 


Bern 


Arator 


Pettis 


Bairdstown 


Sullivan 


Berger 


Arbela 


Scotland 


Baker's Grove 


Barton 


Berming 


Argo 


Crawford 


Barnesville 


Clinton 


Bessville 



County, 

St. Louis 

Clay 

Johnson 

Taney 

Gasconade 

Cedar 

Marion 

Franklin 

McDonald 

Livingston 

Dunklin 

Clinton 

Knox 

Jefferson 

Cooper 

St, Louis 

Cooper 

Iron 

Scott 

Gasconade 

Franklin 

Buchanan 

Bollinger 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



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Post Office. 


Cowity. 


Bethany C. H. 


Harrison 


Bethel 


Shelby 


Bethpage 


McDonald 


Bible Grove 


Scotland 


Big Tavern 


Miller 


Big Cedar 


Jackson 


Big Creek 


Johnson 


Big River Mills 


St. Francis 


Big Spring 


Montgomery 


Billupsville 


Scotland 


Birch Tree 


Otegon 


Bird's Point 


Mississippi 


Bishop's Store 


Benton 


Blackwell's Station St. Francis 


Blair's Creek 


Shannon 


Bledsoe 


Hickory 


Bloomfield 


Stoddard 


Bloom Garden 


Mavies 


Blooming Rose 


Texas 


Bloomington 


Macon 


Blue Ridge 


Harrison 


Bluff 


Texas 


Elue Spring 


Jackson 


Blytheville 


Jasper 


Boeuf Creek 


Franklin 


Bolivar 


Polk 


Bolton 


Harrison 


Boneta 


Clarke 


Bonhomme 


St. Louis 


Bonnot's 


Osage 


Boone 


FraDklin 


Boone's Lick 


Howard 


Booneville 


Cooper 


Bottsville 


Linn 


Bourbon 


Crawford 


Bowdark 


Greene 


Bower's Mills 


Lawrence 


Bowling Green 


Pike 


Boydsville 


Callaway 


Boyer 


Washington 


Boyler's Mill 


Benton 


Brandt's Rock Springs Warren 


Brannansburg 


Butler 


Brazito 


Cole 


Breckenridge 


Caldwell 


Bridgeport 


Cooper 


Bridge ton 


St. Louis 


BrigLton 


Polk 


Bristol 


Webster 


Brookfield 


Linn 


Brookville 


Marion 


Brown 


Cedar 


Brownsville 


Saline 


Brunot 


Wayne 


Brunswick 


Chariton 


Brush Creek 


Laclede 


Bryan 


Saline 


Buchanan . 


Bollinger 


Bucklin 


Linn 


Buck Snort 


Christian 


Buffalo 


Dallas 


Bull Mills 


Taney 


Bunker Hill 


Lewis 


Burbois 


Franklin 


Butler C. H. 


Bates 


Buttsville 


Grundy 


Bynumville 


Chariton 


Byron 


Mavies 


Cadet 


Washington 


Cahoka 


Clarke 


Cainesville 


Harrison 


Cairo 


Randolph 


Caledonia 


Washington 


Calhoun 


Henry 


I California 


Moniteau 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Callao 


Macon 


Commerce 


Scott 


Calvy 


Franklin 


Competition 


Laclede 


Cambridge 


Saline 


Concord 


Callaway 


Camden 


Ray 


Conner's Mills 


Cooper 


Camden Point 


Platte 


Cooke's Store 


Lafayette 


Cameron 


Clinton 


Coon Creek 


Jasper 


Campbelton 


Franklin 


Cooper's Hill 


Osage 


Canaan 


Gasconade 


Coplinger's Mills 


Cedar 


Cane Creek 


Butler 


Copper Spring 


Douglass 


Cane Hill 


Cedar 


(. ornelia 


Johnson 


Canton 


Lewis 


Cornersville 


Hickory 


Cap Au Gris 


Lincoln 


Cote Sans Dessien 


Callaway 


Cape Girardeau Cap 


e Girardeau 


Cottleville 


St. Charles 


Capp's Creek 


Newton 


Cottonwood Point 


Pemiscot 


Carbon 


Macon 


Cove Creek 


Bates 


Carlisle 


Texas 


Cow Creek 


Saline 


Carondelet 


St. Louis 


Cow Skin 


Douglass 


Carpenter's Store 


Clinton 


Crab Orchard 


Ray 


Carrollton 


Carroll 


Crab Tree 


Greene 


Carthage 


Jasper 


Crawford Seminary 


Quawpaw 


Caruthersville 


Pemiscot 


Creve Cceur 


St. Louis 


Castle Rock 


Osage 


Crittenden 


Daviess 


Cassville 


Barry 


Crescent Hill 


Bates 


Castor 


Bollinger 


Cross Plains 


Dallas 


Casto Valley 


Texas 


Cross Roads 


St. Francis 


Catawissa 


Franklin 


Cross Timbers 


Hickory 


Cause Prairie 


Cass 


Cuba 


Crawford 


Cave Pump 


Camden 


Cuivre 


Lincoln 


Cave Spring 


Wright 


Curran 


Stone 


Cedar Bluff 


Texas 


Cypress 


Scott 


Cedar Creek 


Newton 


Dadesville 


Dade 


Cedar Fork 


Franklin 


Dallas 


Greene 


Central 


St. Louis 


Danville 


Montgomery 
Randolph 


Centralia 


Boone 


Darksville 


Center 


Texas 


Dawn 


Livingston 


Center Grove 


Atchison 


Dayton 


Cass 


Centerville 


Reynolds 


Debruin 


Pulaski 


Chalk Level 


St. Clair 


Decaturville 


Camden 


Chambersburg 


Clarke 


Deep Water 


Henry 


Chamois 


Osage 


Deerfield 


Vernon 


Chaney 


Dade 


Deer Ridge 


Lewis 


Chantilly 


Lincoln 


De Kalb 


Buchanan 


Chapel 


Howell 


Dent C. H. 


Dent 


Chapel Hill 


Lafayette 


Dent Station 


St. Francis 


Chariton Mills 


Putnam 


De Soto 


Barton 


Charleston 


Mississippi 


Des Peres 


St. Louis 


Cheltenham 


St. Louis 


De Witt 


Carroll 


Cherry 


Camden 


Diamond Grove 


Jasper 


Cherry Box 


Shelby 


Dido . 


Livingston 


Cherry Grove 


Schuyler 


Dillon 


Crawford 


Chesapeake 


Lawrence 


Dogwood Grove 


Morgan 


Chesnut Ridge St 


. Genevieve 


Doniphan C. H. 


Ripley 


Chilhowee 


Johnson 


Douglass 


Gentry 


Chillicothe 


Livingston 


Dover 


Lafayette 


Clarence 


Shelby 


Dresden 


Pettis 


Clarksburg 


Moniteau 


Dry Creek 


Crawford 


Clark's Fork 


Cooper 


Dry Fork 


Jasper 


Clarksville 


Pike 


Dry Glaze 


Laclede 


Clay Hill 


Barry 


Dry Spring 


Ripley 


Claysville 


Boone 


Dry Wood 


Vernon 


Cleavesville 


Gasconade 


Dundas 


Buchanan 


Clifty Dale 


Mavies 


Dundee 


Franklin 


Clinton 


Henry 


Dunkle's Store 


Lawrenee 


Cloverdale 


Benton 


Duuksburg 


Pettis 


Coal Bank 


Cooper 


Duroc 


Benton 


Coal Hill 


Boone 


Dorgan's Creek 


Lewis 


Cogswell's Landing 


Jackson 


Eagle 


Harrison 


Cold Neck 


Cooper 


Easton 


Buchanan 


Cold Springs 


Moniteau 


Economy 


Macon 


Cold Water 


Wayne 


Edina 


Knox 


Cole Camp 


Benton 


Edinburg 


Grundy 


College Mound 


Macon 


Ege Hill 


Reynolds 


Colony 


Knox 


Elba 


Christian 


Columbia 


Boone 


El Dorado 


Clarke 


Columbus 


Johnson 


Elk Creek 


Texas 



180 


LIST 


OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County, 


Elk Fork 


Bates 


Glencoe 


St. Louis 


Hill's Landing 


Carroll 


Elk Grove 


Lafayette 


Globe 


Johnson 


Hogle's Creek 


St. Clair 


Elk Mills 


McDonald 


Golden Grove 


Barton 


H olden 


Johnson 


Elk Spring 


Chariton 


Gooch's Mill 


Cooper 


Holstein 


Warren 


Elkton 


Hickory 


Goodland 


Knox 


Honey Creek 


McDonald 


Ellisville 


St. Louis 


Goodwin Mills 


Ralls 


Hopewell 


Mississippi 


Ellsworth 


Texas 


Graham 


Noddaway 


Hopewell Furnace 


Washington 


El Paso 


Atchison 


Grauby 


Newton 


Houston C. H. 


Texas 


Elm Grove 


Crawford 


Grand Falls 


Newton 


Howard Corner 


Grundy 


Elm Spring 


Newton 


Grant's Hill 


Gentry 


Howard's Mills 


St. Clair 


Elmwood 


Saline 


Granville 


Monroe 


Howe's Mill 


Dent 


Elston Station 


Cole 


Grassy Creek 


Livingston 


Hugginsyille 


Gentry 


Emerson 


Marion 


Gravel Road Cape Girardeau 


Humansville 


Polk 


Eminence C. H. 


Shannon 


Graves' Mills 


Morgan 


Humboldt 


Pulaski 


Empire Prairie 


Andrew 


Grey's Summit 


Franklin 


Hunnewell 


Shelby 


Enterprise 


McDonald 


Greene 


Bollinger 


Huntingdale 


Henry 


Erie 


McDonald 


Green Castle 


Sullivan 


Huntsville 


Randolph 


Etna 


Scotland 


Green Dale 


Camden 


Hutton Valley 


Howell 


Everett 


Cass 


Greenfield 


Dade 


Hydesburg 


Ralls 


Eureka 


St. bonis 


Green Hill 


Montgomery 


la tan 


Platte 


Fair Grove 


Greene 


Greenland 


Boone 


Iberia 


Miller 


Fairmont 


Clarke 


Greeu Ridge 


Pettis 


Independence 


Jackson 


Pair Play 


Polk 


Greensburg 


Knox 


Indian Creek 


Monroe 


Fair Point 


Cooper 


Greenton 


Lafayette 


Indian Ford 


Stoddard 


Fair View 


Pettis 


Green Top 


Schuyler 


Irish Grove 


Atchison 


Falling Spring 


Douglass 


Greenville 


Wayne 


Ir&ndale 


Washington 


Farley 


Platte 


Greenwood Valley 


Wayne 


Iron Hill 


Franklin 


Farm Dale 


Moniteau 


Grnbville 


Franklin 


Iron Mountain 


St. Francis 


Farmiugton 


St. Francis 


Guilford 


Noddaway 


Ironton C. H. 


Iron 


Farrar's Mill 


Madison 


Hager's Grove 


Shelby 


Isabella 


Ozark 


Fayette 


Howard 


Hainesville 


Clinton 


Island City 


Gentry 


Fayetteville 


Johnson 


Halfway 


Polk 


Jackson Cape Girardeau 


Femme Osage 


St. Charles 


Hall 


Lawrence 


Jackson's Corners 


Sullivan 


Fenton 


St. Louis 


Hallsa's Ferry 


Noddaway 


Jacksonville 


Randolph 


Fidelity 


Jasper 


Hallsville 


Boone 


Jake's Creek 


Texas 


Fillmore 


Andrew 


Hamburg 


St. Charles 


Jake's Prairie 


Gasconade 


Finley 


Webster 


Hamilton 


Caldwell 


James' Bayou 


Mississippi 


Finney's Creek 


Saline 


Hampton 


Platte 


Jamesport 


Daviess 


Flat Orcek 


Barry 


Handy 


Barry 


Jamestown 


Moniteau 


Flat Woods 


Phelps 


Hannibal 


Marion 


Japan 


Franklin 


Flint Hill 


St. Charles 


Hardin 


Bay 


Jasper 


Jasper 


Florence 


Morgau 


Harmony 


Washington 


Jefferson Barracks 


St. Louis 


Florida 


Monroe 


Harrison's Mills 


Crawford 


Jefferson City 


Cole 


Florisant 


St. Louis 


Harrisonville 


Cass 


Jefferson Mills 


Jefferson 


Floyd's Creek 


Adair 


Hartford 


Putnam 


Jeffriesburg 


Franklin 


Forest City 


Holt 


Hartville 


Wright 


Jericho 


Laclede 


Forest Grove 


Mississippi 


Hawk Point 


Lincoln 


Jobe 


Oregon 


Forest Home 


Lawrence 


Hazel Barrens • 


Barry 


John's Branch 


Audrain 


Forkner's Hill 


Laclede 


Hazel Bottom 


Barry 


Johnstown 


Bates 


Forsyth 


Taney 


H \zA Green 


Laclede 


Joka 


Jasper 


Fort Henry 


Randolph 


Hazel Grove 


Saline 


Jonesboro' 


Saline 


Fourche a Renault 


Washington 


Hazel Run Mills 


St. Francis 


Jones' Point 


Holt 


Four Mile 


Dunklin 


Hazelwood 


Wright 


Jones' Tanyard 


Callaway 


Fox Creek 


St. Louis 


Havana 


Gentry 


Jonesville 


Cass 


Frankford 


Pike 


Hematite 


Jefferson 


Kansas 


Jackson 


Franklin 


Howard 


Henderson 


Greene 


Kaslin 


Iron 


Fredericksburg 


Osage 


Henpeck 


Shannon 


Kelso 


Scott 


Fredericktown 


Madison 


Hermann 


Gasconade 


Kendall 


Clay 


Freedom 


Lafayette 


Hermitage 


Hickory 


Kennett C. H. 


Dunkirk 


French Point 


Jasper 


Herron 


Camden 


Kent 


Newton 


French Village 


St. Francis 


Hester 


Marion 


Kenton 


Christian 


Fulton 


Callaway 


Hibernia 


Callaway 


Keytesville 


Chariton 


Gadfly 


Barry 


Hickory Barren 


Greene 


Kidder 


Caldwell 


Gainesville C. H. 


Ozark 


Hickory Creek 


Audrain 


Kiddville 


Sullivan 


Galena 


Stone 


Hickory Hill 


Cole 


Kimmicks 


Jefferson 


Gallatin 


Daviess 


Hickory Port 


Grundy 


King's Point 


Dade 


Gasconade Ferry 


Gasconade 


Hickory Ridge Cape Girardeau 


Kingston 


Caldwell 


Gates 


McDonald 


Hickory Spring 


Texas 


Kingsville 


Johnson 


Gatewood 


Ripley 


High Blue 


Cass 


Kirksville 


Adair 


Gath 


Jefferson 


High Hill 


Montgomery 


Kirkwood 


St. Louis 


Gay 


Daviess 


High Point 


Cole 


Knob Noster 


Johnson 


Gayoso 


Pemiscot 


High Ridge 


Jefferson 


Knob View 


Crawford 


Gentryville 


Gentry 


Hilt 


Scotland 


Knoxville 


Ray 


Georgetown 


Pettis 


Hillsborough 


Jefferson 


Labaddie 


Franklin 


Glasgow 


Howard 


Hillsboro' Station 


Jefferson 


La Belle 


Lewis 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



181 



Post Office. 


County. 


Laclede 


Linn 


Lacon 


Mavies 


La Grange 


Lewis 


Lakenan 


Shelby 


Lake Spring 


Dent 


Lakeville 


Stoddard 


Lamar 


Barton 


Lamar's Station 


Nod da way 


La Mine 


Cooper 


Lamonte 


Pettis 


Lancaster 


Schuyler 


La Plata 


Macon 


Lane's Prairie 


Osage 


Laura 


Scotland 


Laurel Hill 


Perry 


Layton Mills 


Taney 


Load Creek 


Montgomery 


Leasburg 


Crawford 


Lebanon 


Laclede 


Leesville 


Henry 


Lessley 


Benton 


Lesterville 


Reynolds 


Lexington 


Lafayette 


Liberty 


Clay 


Libertyville 


St. Francis 


Lick Creek 


Ralls 


Licking 


Texas 


Linden 


Atchison 


Lindley 


Grundy 


Linn 


Osage 


Linn Mills 


Jasper 


Linn Creek 


Camden 


Linnens 


Linn 


Liston 


Lafayette 


Little Beaver 


Taney 


Little Block 


Ripley 


Littleby 


Audrain 


Little Niagara 


Camden 


Little Osage 


Bates 


Little Piney 


Pulaski 


Little York 


Greene 


Littsville 


Noddaway 


Livingston 


Livingston 


Locust Hill 


Knox 


Locust Ridge 


St. Francis 


Locustville 


Putnam 


Logan's Creek 


Reynolds 


Lone Grove 


Morgan 


Lone Jack 


Jackson 


Lone Oak 


Bates 


Long Branch 


Monroe 


Long Hollow 


Lawrence 


Longwood 


Pettis 


Loomesville 


McDonald 


Loose Creek 


Osage 


Lost Camp 


Howell 


Lost Branch 


Lincoln 


Lot's Grove 


Gentry 


Louisiana 


Pike 


Louis burg 


Dallas 


Louisville 


Lincoln 


Loutre 


Audrain 


Loutre Island 


Warren 


Love 


Macon 


Lowell 


Holt 


Lowndes 


Wayne 


Low Wassie 


Oregon 


Lucas 


Henry 


Lntzton 


Noddaway 


McDowell 


Barry 


Macon City 


Macon 


Madison 


Monroe 


Madisonville 


Ralls 


Mahon's Creek 


Shannon 


Manchester 


St. Louis 



Post Office. 


County. 


Mandeville 


Carroll 


Melius 


Carroll 


Manton 


Davie.-s 


Maramac 


Crawford 


Marble Creek 


Iron 


Marion 


Cole 


Marshall 


Saline 


M^rsbfield 


Webster 


Marthaville 


Warren 


Martin 


Greene 


Martinsburg 


Ripley 


Martinstown 


Putnam 


Marvel 


Bates 


Maryville 


Noddaway 


Mattebend 


Saline 


Matte se 


St. Louis 


Maysville C. H. 


De Kalb 


Medoc 


Jasper 


Medora 


Osage 


Melrose 


St. Louis 


Memphis 


Scotland 


Menden 


Lawrence 


Mercer 


Mercer 


Mexico 


Audrain 


Miami 


Saline 


Middle Brook 


Iron 


Middlebury 


Mercer 


Middle Fabies 


Scotland 


Middle Grove 


Monroe 


Middletown 


Montgomery 


Midway 


Cooper 


Milan 


Sullivan 


Miles Point 


Carroll 


Mill Creek 


Ripley 


Millersburg 


Callaway 


Millport 


Knox 


Millville 


Ray 


Millwood 


Lincoln 


Milton 


Randolph 


Mine La Motte 


Madison 


Mineral Point 


Washington 


Minerva 


Morgan 


Mining 


Motgan 


Mint Spring 


Wright 


Mirabile 


Caldwell 


Missouri City 


Clay 


Missouriton 


St. Charles 


Modena 


Mercer 


Monagan 


St. Clair 


Monroe City 


Monroe 


Moutauk 


Texas 


Montevallo 


Vernon 


Monticello 


Lewis 


Montgomery City 


Montgomery 


Mooresville 


Livingston 


Morgan 


Adah- 


Mornington 


Webster 


Morrison 


Gasconade 


Morse's Mill 


Jefferson 


Morristown 


Cass 


Moscow 


Greene 


Moss 


Lafayette 


Mount Helicon 


Franklin 


Mount Hope 


Lafayette 


Mount Sterling 


Gasconade 


Mount Vernon 


Lawrence 


Mount View 


Benton 


Mule Creek 


Cedar 


Munger's Mills 


Shannon 


Muscle Mills 


Sullivan 


Myers 


Howard 


Napoleon City 


Lafayette 


Narrows 


Noddaway 


Naylor's Store 


St. Charles 


Nebo 


Pulaski 



Post Office. County. 

Neely's Landing Cape Girardeau 



Neelyville 


Ripley 


Nelsonville 


Marion 


Neosho 


Newton 


Nevada 


Vernon 


Newark 


Knox 


New Bloomfield 


Callaway 


New Boston 


Macon 


New Bremen 


St. Genevieve 


New Castle 


Gentry 


New Florence 


Montgomery 


New Harmony 


Pike 


New Haven 


Franklin 


New Hope 


Lincoln 


New London 


Ralls 


New Madrid 


New Madrid 


New Market 


Platte 


New Melle 


St. Charles 


New Offenburg 


St. Genevieve 


New Santa Fe 


Jackson 


Newtonia 


Newton 


Newtown 


Putnam 


New Winchester 


Carroll 


Nineveh 


Adair 


Noell 


Iron 


Nobleton 


Newton 


Norma 


Webster 


Normandy 


St. Louis 


Norris' Fork 


Henry 


Northcutt 


Linn 


North Point 


Holt 


North Salem 


Linn 


North Star 


Atchison 


Novelty 


Knox 


Oakdale 


Shelby 


Oakfleld 


Franklin 


Oak Grove 


Jackson 


Oak Hill 


Gasconade 


Oakland 


Laclede 


Oak Point 


Moniteau 


Oak Ridge 


Cape Girardeau 


Oakwood 


St. Cbailes 


'Fallon 


St. Charles 


Ogden 


New Madrid 


Ogle's Mills 


Andrew 


Olio 


Macon 


Old Alexandria 


Lincoln 


Old Mines 


Washington 


Omaha 


Putnam 


Oregon 


Holt 


Orleans 


Polk 


Orr 


Webster 


Osage 


Crawford 


Osage Bluff 


Cole 


Osage City 


Cole 


Osage Fork 


Laclede 


Osborn 


De Kalb 


Osceola 


St. Clair 


Otsego 


Ray 


Otter Creek 


Wayne 


Otterville 


Cooper 


Ovid 


Cass 


Owasco 


Sullivan 


Owensville 


Gasconade 


Oxford 


Worth 


Oyster 


Lewis 


Ozark 


Christian 


Pacific 


Franklin 


Pallas 


Greene 


Palmyra 


Mai ion 


Panama 


Pulaski 


Paineswick 


Mavies 


Pantber Valley 


Webster 


Papinsville 


Bates 


Paris 


Monroe 



182 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



Pocahontas Cape Girardeau 

Point Pleasant New Madrid 

Poplar Bluff Butler 
Portage Des Sioux St. Charles 

Port Hudson Franklin 

Portland Callaway 

Port Perry Perry 

Port Royal Jasper 

Post Oak Johnson 

Potosi Washington 

Pottersville Howell 

Prairie Bird Adair 

Prairie City Bates 

Prairie Creek Osage 

Prairie Pork Montgomery 

Prairie Home Johnson 

Prairie ville Pike 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office, 


County. 


Parkville 


Platte 


Preston 


Jasper 


Pasco 


Dallas 


Price's Branch 


Montgomery 


Paton 


Bollinger 


Price's Landing 


Scott 


Patterson 


Wayne 


Princeton 


Mercer 


Pattonsburg 


Daviess 


Prior's Mills 


Osage 


Paulville 


Adair 


Prospect Grove 


Scotland 


Pay Down 


Mavies 


Prospect Hill 


Ray 


Paynesville 


Pike 


Providence 


Boone 


Peakesville 


Clarke 


Pryor's Store 


Taney 


Pedee 


Schuyler 


Punjaub 


St. Genevieve 


Pendleton 


Warren 


Quincy 


Hickory 


Pennville 


Sullivan 


Quitman 


Noddaway 


Peoples 


Cape Girardeau 


Randolph 


Randolph 


Peoria 


Bates 


Ravenna 


Mercer 


Perkiu's Creek 


Bollinger 


Readsville 


Callaway 


Perryville 


Perry 


Reese Hill 


Reynolds 


Petra 


Saline 


Reeves' Station 


Butler 


Pevely 


Jefferson 


Reform 


Callaway 


Phelps 


Lawrence 


Reindeer 


Noddaway 


Philadelphia 


Marion 


Relfe 


Pulaski 


Philander 


Gentry 


Rhineland 


Montgomery 


Pierce 


Callaway 


Rice's Ferry 


Macon 


Pigeon Creek 


Ralls 


Rich 


Atchison 


Pike Creek 


Ripley 


Rich Fountain 


Osage 


Piketon 


Stoddard 


Richland 


Greene 


Pilot Grove 


Cooper 


Richmond 


Ray 


Pilot Knob 


Iron 


Richmond Hill 


Shannon 


Pinckney 


Warren 


Richwoods 


Washington 


Pine Bluff 


Pulaski 


Ridgely 


Platte 


Pine Hill 


Shannon 


Ridge Prairie 


Saline 


Piueville 


McDonald 


Right Poiut 


Camden 


Pink Hill 


Jackson 


Ring's Point 


Adair 


Pin Oak 


Warren 


Roanoke 


Randolph 


Pisgah 


Cooper 


Roaring River 


Barry 


Pitts 


Warren 


Robertson's Mill 


Stone 


Pittsburg 


Hickory 


Rocheport 


Boone 


Pittsville 


Johnson 


Rochester 


Andrew 


Plank Road 


St. Genevieve 


Rock Bridge 


Ozark 


Platin 


Jefferson 


Rockford 


Cass 


Plato 


Texas 


Rock Hill 


St. Louis 


Platte City 


Platte 


Rock House Prairie Buchanan 


Platte River 


Buchanan 


Rockport 


Atchison 


Plattsburg 


Clinton 


Rock Spring 


Washington 


Pleasant Farm 


Miller 


Rocky Mount 


Miller 


Pleasant Gap 


Bates 


Roila 


Phelps 


Pleasant Green 


Cooper 


Rome 


Boone 


Pleasant Hill 


Cass 


Ronda 


Polk 


Pleasant Home 


Putnam 


Roubidoux 


Texas 


Pleasant Hope 


Polk 


Round Hill 


Cooper 


Pleasant Mount 


Miller 


Rowletta 


Pettis 


Pleasant Park 


Carroll 


Rucker's Prairie 


Franklin 


Pleasant Retreat 


Scotland 


Rush Ridge 


Mississippi 


Pleasant Ridge 


Harrison 


Rush ville 


Buchanan 


Pleasant Valley 


Wright 


Russell's Hill 


Reynolds 


Pleasant View 


Ray 


Russelville 


Cole 


Plum Creek 


Clinton 


Rutledge C. H. 


McDonald 


Plum Valley 


Texa3 


Sacramento 


Wright 



Saint Aubert Callaway 

St. Catherine Linn 

St. Charles St. Charles 

St. Clair Franklin 

St. Francisville Clarke 
St. Genevieve C. H. 

St. Genevieve 

St. James Phelps 

St. John Putnam 

St. Joseph Buchanan 

St. Leger Ozark 

St. Louis St. Louis 

St. Luke Webster 

St. Mark Webster 

St. Mary's St. Genevieve 

St. Paul Webster 

St. Peters St. Charles 



Post Office. 
St. Thomas 
Salem 
Saline 
Salt River 
Sand Hill 
Sandy Mines 
San Francisco 
Santa Fe 
Sappington 
Sarcoxie 
Sarvis Spring 
Savannah C. H. 
Saverton 
Scotland Ridge 
Scottville 
Sedalia 
Selden 
Selma 

Sentinel Prairie 
Shady Grove 
Shamrock 
Sbarpsburg 
Shawnee Mound 
Sheffield 
Shelbina 
Shelbyville 
Shi I (ley's Point 
Shields 
Sherwood 
Shoneytown 
Short Bend 
Shotwell 
Sibley 
Sidney 
Sikeston 
Silver Creek 
Smith City 
Smithton 
Smithville 
Snell's Mill 
Snibar 
Snow Hill 
Solitude 
Somerset 
Sous Creek 
South Fork 
South Grove 
South Point 
Spanish Prairie 
Sparlinville 
Sparta 

Spencersburg 
Spring Creek 
Springfield 
Spring Fork 
Spring Garden 
Spring (irove 
Spring Hill „ 
Spruce 
Stanford 



County. 

Cole 

Linn 

Mercer 

Audrain 

Scotland 

Jefferson 

Carroll 

Monroe 

St. Louis 

Jasper 

Dent 

Andrew 

Ralls 

Putnam 

Sullivan 

Pettis 

Douglass 

Jefferson 

Polk 

Dallas 

Callaway 

Marion 

Henry 

Cape Girardeau 

a Shelby 

Shelby 

Adair 

Mavies 

Jasper 

Putnam 

Crawford 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Ralls 

Scott 

Cedar 

Pettis 

Worth 

Clay 

Harrison 

Lafayette 

St, Charles 

Pe mis rot 

Monroe 

Dade 

Howell 

Saline 

Franklin 

Phelps 

Newton 

Buchanan 

Pike 

Pulaski 

Greene 

Pettis 

Pettis 

Dallas 

Livingston 

Bates 

Texas 



Stanton Copper Mines Franklin 
Steelsville Crawford 



Stein's Prairie 


Mavies 


Stewart's 


Warren 


Stewartsville 


De Kalb 


Stockland 


Montgomery 


Stockton 


Cedar 


Stone House 


Morgan 


Stono 


St. Francis 


Stoney Point 


Jackson 


Stringfield's Store 


Callaway 


Sturgeon 


Boone 


Sugar Creek 


Clarke 


Sugar Tree Grove 


Clay 





LIST OF POST OFFICES— KANSAS. 


183 


Post Office, 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Sullivan 


Franklin 


Vannoy's Mill 


Pike 


West Quincy 


Marion 


Sulphur Springs L 


anding 


Vermont 


Cooper 


Weston 


Platte 




Jefferson 


Verona 


Lawrence 


West Snringfield 


Shelby 


Summit 


Macon 


Versailles 


Morgan 


Wet Glaze 


Camden 


Swan 


Taney 


Vera Cruz 


Douglass 


Wheatland 


Morgan 


Sweet Home 


Noddaway 


Victoria 


Daviess 


Wheeling 


Vernon 


Sylvan 
Syracuse 


Dent 


Vienna 


Mavies 


Whetstone 


Wright 


Morgan 


Virginia Mills 


Franklin 


White Cloud 


Noddaway 


Tabo 


Lafayette 


Wadesburg 


Cass 


White Hare 


Cedar 


Tagart's Mill 


Carroll 


Wagon Knob 


Lafayette 


White Oak 


Montgomery 


Talladega 


Dent 


Waldo 


Webster 


White Oak Grove 


Greene 


Tallow Hill 


Jefferson 


Walkersville 


Shelby 


White Rock Prairie McDonald 


Taos 


Cole 


Wall's Store 


Johnson 


Whitesbnrg 


Camden 


Ten Mile 


Macon 


Walnut Grove 


Greene 


Whitesville 


Andrew 


Third Fork 


De Kalb 


Walnut Hill 


Buchanan 


White Water 


Bollinger 


Thomasville 


Oregon 


Walnut Shade 


Tane.v 




Greene 


Tiger Fork 


Shelby 


VValtersville 


Adair 


Wilbanasburg 


Callaway 


Tinney's Grove 


Ray 


Wearbleau 


St. Clair 


Williamstown 


Lewis 


Tipton 


Moniteau 


Warren 


Marion 


W T illmathsville 


Adair 


Tiviot 


Montgomery 


Warrensburg 


Johnson 


Wilson 


Greene 


Toledo 


H2nry 


Warrenton 


Warren 


Wilson Creek 


Clarke 


Toronto 


Camden 


Warsaw 


Benton 


Winchester 


Clarke 


Trail Creek 


Harrison 


Washburn Prairie 


Barry 


Windsor 


Henry 


Trenton 


Grundy 


Washington 


Franklin 


Winslow 


Dent 


Troy 


Lincoln 


Waterloo 


Clarke 


Wintersville 


Sullivan 


Truxton 


Lincoln 


Waverly 


Lafayette 


Winthrop 


Buchanan 


Tuckersville 


Camden 


Waynesville 


Pulaski 


W T olf Creek 


Wright 


Tugne 


Warren 


Webster 


Oregon 


Woodbine 


Harrison 


Tullvania 


Macon 


Webster Station 


St. Louis 


Woodbury 


Wright 


Turkey Creek 


Madison 


Wellington 


Lafayette 


Wood's Fork 


Wright 


Turnback 


Dade 


Wellsburg 


St. Charles 


Woodlawn 


Monroe 


Turners vi lie 


Greene 


Wellsville 


Montgomery 


Woodside 


Oregon 


Tuscumbia 


Miller 


Wentzville 


St. Charles 


Woodville 


Macon 


Tyro 


Jefferson 


Wesley 


Schuyler 


Woolam 


Gasconacie 


Ullman's Ridge 


Miller 


West Bend 


Polk 


Wright City 


Warren 


Union 


Franklin 


West Ely 


Marion 


Wrightsville 


Clarke 


Union Mills 


Platte 


Westland 


Chariton 


Wyaconda 


Scotland 


Unionville 


Putnam 


West Liberty 


Putnam 


Xenia 


Noddaway 


Urbana 


Dallas 


West Locust 


Sullivan 


Yancey 


Phelps 


Utica 


Livingston 


Westphalia 


Osage 


Yolo 


Gentry 


Valparaiso 


Sullivan 


West Plains 


Howell 


Young's Creek 


Audrain 


Van Buren 


Carter 


West Point 


Bates 


Young's Mills 


Franklin 


Vancill's Landing 




Westport 


Jackson 


Zif 


Stoddard 


Ca 


pe Girardeau 


West Prairie 


Dunklin 


Zion 


Henry 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 



STATE OF KANSAS. 



Post Office. 
Abeline 
Agnes City 
Albany 
Allen 

America City 
Americus 
Ashland 
Ash Point 
Atchison 
Aubrey 
Auburn 
Barnesville 
Barrett 
Bazaar 



County. 

Dickinson 

Breckenridge 

Nemaha 

Breckenridge 

Nemaha 

Breckenridge 

Davis 

Nemaha 

Atchison 

Johnston 

Shawnee 

Bourbon 

Marshall 

Chase 



Post Office. 


County, 


Beach Valley 




Belmont 


Woodson 


Big Springs 


Douglas 


Big Turkey 




Black Jack 


Douglas 


Blooming Grove 


Linn 


Blue Rapids 


Marshall 


Brooklyn 


Linn 


Brushville 




Burlingame 


Shawnee 


Burlington 


Coffee 


Camp Creek 




Canton 


Brown 


Capiona 


Nemaha 



Post Office. 


County. 


Carlyle 


Allen 


Carson 


Brown 


Cato 


Bourbon 


Catholic Mission 




Centerville 


Linn 


Central City 


Nemaha 


1 Centralia 


Nemaha 


1 Centropolis 


Franklin 


Cherokee City 


McGhee 


1 Chelsea 


Butler 


| Claytonville 


Brown 


Clinton 


Douglas 


1 Columbus 


Doniphan 


1 Cottonwood Falls 


Chase 



184 


LIST 


OF POST OFFICES — KANSAS. 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County* 


Council Grove 


Morris 


Leavenworth City Leavenworth 


Quindaro 


Leavenworth 


Cresc 


Brown 


Leeompton 


Douglas 


Randolph 


Riley 


Crooked Creek 


- Jefferson 


Le Roy 


Coffee 


Ray vi lie 


Bourbon 


Cold Spring 


Allen 


Lexington 


Johnston 


Redes 


Brown 


Davis 


Douglas 


Lincoln 


Nemaha 


Richardson 


Shawnee 


Dayton 


Bourbon 


Little Stranger 


Leavenworth 


Richland 


Shawnee 


Decora 


Breckenridge 


Lyons 


Lykins 


Ridge way 


Osage 


Delaware City 


Leavenworth 


McKinney 


Douglas 


Riley City 


Davis 


Doniphan 


Doniphan 


Madison 


Madison 


Robinson 


Brown 


Easton 


Leavenworth 


Mairestown 


Shawnee 


Rock Creek 


Pottawatomie 


Eden 


Atchison 


Manhattan 


Riley 


Rockford 


Bourbon 


El Dorado 


Hunter 


Mansau 


Allen 


Rodgersville 


Washington 


Eldon 


Pottawatomie 


Mapleton 


Bourbon 


Rosyvale 


Brown 


Elizabeth town 


Brown 


Marion 


Douglas 


Rove! la 


Linn 


Elmendaro 


Madison 


Marmaton 


i>ourbon 


Sabetha 


Nemaha 


Elwood 


Doniphan 


Marysville 


Marshall 


Saint George 


Pottawatomie 


Emporia 


Breckenridge 


Merrimac 


Marshall 


Saint Mary's Mis 


si on 


Eudora 


Douglas 


Miami Village 


Lykins 




Pottawatomie 


Eureka 


Greenwood 


Mill Creek 


Bourbon 


Saint. Nicholas 


Atchison 


Fairland 


Marshall 


Moneka 


Linn 


Scipio 


Franklin 


Forest Hill 


Breckenridge 


Monrovia 


Atchison 


Seneca 


Nemaha 


Fort Leavenwortl 





Monticello 


Johnston 


Shawnee 


Johnston 


Fort Riley 




Moore's Branch 


Marion 


Shell Rock Falls 


Madison 


Fort Scott 


Bourbon 


Mound City 


Linn 


Shields 


Jefferson 


Franklin 


Douglas 


Mount Airy 


Woodson 


Six Mile Creek 


Morris 


Fremont 


Breckenridge 


Mount Florence 


Jefferson 


Solomon's City 


Saline 


Gardener 


Johnston 


Mount Pleasant 


Atchison 


Spencer 


Atchison 


Garnett 


Auderson 


Nashville 


Coffee 


Spring Dale 


Leavenworth 


Geary 


Doniphan 


Neosho City 


Coffee 


Spring Hill 


Johnston 


Geneva 


Allen 


Neosho Falls 


Woodson 


Squiresville 


Johnston 


Grasshopper Falls 


j Jefferson 


Neosho Rapids 


Breckenridge 


Stanton 


Lykins 


Greenwood 




New Eureka 


Jackson 


Sumner 


Atchison 


Guiltard's Station 


Marshall 


New Lancaster 


Lykins 


Superior 


Weller 


Hamlin 


Brown 


Nohart 


Richardson 


Tecumseh 


Shawnee 


Hartford 


Madison 


Nottingham 


Marshall 


Toledo 


Breckenridge 


Henryville 


Riley 


Oakwood 


Linn 


Tonganoxie 


Leavenworth 


Hiawatha 


Brown 


Offden 


Riley 


Topeka 


Shawnee 


Hibbard 


Johnston 


Ohio City 


Franklin 


Towanda 


Otoe 


Hickory Creek 


Franklin 


Olathe 


Johnston 


Troy 


Doniphan 


Highland 


Doniphan 


Ole 


Jefferson 


Turkey Creek 


Bourbon 


Holton 


Jackson 


Osawatomie 


Lykins 


Twin Mound 


Douglas 


Humboldt 


Allen 


Oskaloosa 


Jefferson 


Twin Springs 


Linn 


Huntsville 


Arapahoe 


Ottawa C.-eek 




Unadilla 


Pottawatomie 


Huron 


Atchison 


Ottnmwa 


Coffee 


Virgil 


Madison 


Hyatt 
Indianapolis 


crown 


Ozawkie 


Jefferson 


Wakarusa 


Douglas 


Lykins 


Padoria 


Brown 


Walker 


Brown 


Indianola 


Shawnee 


Palermo 


Doniphan 


Walnut Grove 


Doniphan 


Iola 


Allen 


Paola 


Lykins 


Walton 


Shawnee 


Iowa Point 


Doniphan 


Pardee 


Atchison 


Waterloo 


Breckenridge 


Irving 


Marshall 


Paris 


Linn 


Wathena 


Doniphan 


Janesville 


Greenville 


Palmyra 


Douglas 


Wabaunsee 


Wabaunsee 


Junction City 


Davis 


Pawnee 


Atchison 


Waushara 


Breckenridge 


Kanwaka 


Douglas 


Pawnee Fork 




Westmoreland 


Pottawatomie 


Kaw City 


Jefferson 


Peoria 


Franklin 


White Cloud 


Doniphan 


Kennekuck 


Brown 


Pleasant Grove 


Greenwood 


Whitehead 


Doniphan 


Kenton 


Davis 


Pleasant Spring 


Nemaha 


Wilmington 


Wabaunsee 


Kickapoo City 


Leavenworth 


Plymouth 


Breckenridge 


Winchester 


Jefferson 


Lafayette 


Doniphan 


Pony Creek 


Brown 


Wyandotte 
Xenia 


Leavenworth 


Lamb's Point 
Lane 


Dickinson 
Franklin 


Potosi 
Powhattan 


Linn 
Brown 


Bourbon 


Lawrence 


Douglas 


Prairie City 


Douglas 


Zeandale 


Wabaunsee 



THE 

TAX-PAYERS' MANUAL 



CONTAINING THE TABLES OF 



STAMP DUTIES, TAXATION, EXEMPTION, 
AND SPECIAL TAXES, 

OF THE ACT OF JULY 13, 1866, WHICH WENT 
INTO EFFECT AUQUST 1, 1866. 



STAMP DUTIES. 



AGREEMENT or contract, other than 
[domestic and inland bills of lading, 
and] those specified in this schedule ; any 
appraisement of value or damage, or for 
any other purpose ; for every sheet or 
piece of paper upon which either of the 

same shall be written, five cents $0 05 

Provided, That if more than one ap- 
praisement, agreement or contract shall 
be written upon one sheet or piece of 
paper, five cents for each aud every ad- 
ditional appraisement, agreement or 
contract. 



BANK check, draft or order for the pay- 
ment of any sum of money what- 
soever, drawn upon any bank, banker or 
trust company, or for any sum exceed- 
ing ten dollars drawn upon any other 
person or persons, companies or corpo- 
rations, at sight or on demand, two 

cents 

ill of exchange (inland), draft or order 
for the payment of any sum of money 
not exceeding one hundred dollars, 
otherwise than at sight or on demand, 
fjor any promissory note (except bank 
notes issued for circulation, and checks 
made and intended to be forthwith pre- 
sented, and which shall be presented to 
a bank or banker for payment), or any 
memorandum, check, receipt, or other 
written or printed evidence of an amount 
of money to be paid on demand, or at a 
time designated, for a sum not exceed- 
ing one hundred dollars, five cents 

And for every additional hundred dol- 
lars, or fractional part thereof, in excess 

of one hundred dollars, five cents 

1 of exchange (foreign), or letter of 
credit, drawn in but payable out of the 
United States, if drawn singly, or other- 
vise than in a set of three or more, ac- 
cording to the custom of merchants and 
cankers, shall pay the same rates of du- 
y as inland bills of exchange or prom- 
ssory notes. 

If drawn in sets of three or more : For 
j very bill of each set, where the sum 
uade payable shall not exceed one hum 
red dollars, or the equivalent thereof, 
n any foreign currency in which such 



bills may be expressed, according to the 
standard of value fixed by the United 

States, two cents 

And for every additional hundred dol- 
lars or fractional part thereof in excess 
of one hundred dollars, two cents. ...".. 

Bill of lading or receipt (other than char- 
ter-party), for any goods, merchandise, 
or effects to be exported from a port 
. or place in the United States, to any 
foreign port or place, 10 cents 

Bid of sale by which any ship or vessel, or 
any part thereof, shall be conveyed to 
or vested in any other person or per- 
sons, when the consideration shall not 
exceed five hundred dollars, fifty cents 
Exceeding five hundred and not ex- 
ceeding one thousand dollars, one dol- 
lar 

Exceeding one thousand dollars, for 
every additional amount of five hundred 
dollars, or fractional part thereof, fifty 
cents ". 

Bond.— For indemnifying any person for 
the payment of any sum of money 
where the money ultimately recoverable 
thereupon is one thousand dollars or 

less, fifty cents .. 

Where the money ultimately recover- 
able thereupon exceeds one thousand 
dollars, for every additional one thousand- 
dollars or fractional part thereof in ex- 
cess of one thousand dollars, fifty cents 

Bond for the due execution or performance 
of the duties of any office, one dollar.. . 

Bond of any description, other than such 
as may be required in legal proceedings, 
or used in connection with mortgaged 
deeds, and not otherwise charged in this 
schedule, twenty-five cents 

CERTIFICATE of stock, in any incor- 
porated company, twenty-five cents.. 
Certificate of profits, or any certificate or 
memorandum showing an interest in the 
property or accumulations of any incor- 
porated company, if for a sum not less 
than ten dollars and not exceeding fifty 

dollars, ten cents 

Exceeding fifty dollars and not exceed- 
ing one thousand dollars, twenty.five 
cents . 



10 



50 
1 00 

50 



50 
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Exceeding one thousand dollars, for 
every additional one thousand dollars, 
or fractional part thereof, twenty-five 

cents 25 

Certificate. — Any certificate of damage, or 
otherwise, and all other certificates or 
documents issued by any port warden, 
marine surveyor, or other person acting 

as such, twenty-five cents 25 

Certificate ol deposit of any sum of money 
in any bank or trust company, or with 
any banker or person acting as such — 

If for a sum not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars, two cents 2 

For a sum exceeding one hundred dol- 
lars, five cents 5 

Certificate of any other description than 

those specified, five cents 5 

Charter-Party.— Contract or agreement for 
the charter of any ship or vessel, or steam- 
er, or any letter, memorandum, or other 
writing between the captain, master, or 
owner, or person acting as agent of any 
ship or vessel, or steamer, and any other 
person or persons for or relating to the 
charter of such ship or vessel, or 
steamer, or any renewal or transfer 
thereof, if the registered tonnage of such 
ship or vessel, or steamer, does not ex- 
ceed one hundred and fifty tons, one 
dollar 1 00 

Exceeding one hundred and fifty tons 
and not exceeding three hundred tons, 
three dollars 3 00 

Exceeding three hundred tons and not 
exceeding six hundred tons, five dollars 5 00 

Exceeding six hundred tons, ten dol- 
lars 10 00 

Contract.— Broker's note, or memorandum 
of sale of any goods or merchandise, ex- 
change, real estate, or property of any 
kind or description, issued by brokers or 
persons acting as such, for each note or 
memorandum of sale, ten cents : [bill or 
memorandum of the sale or contract for 
the sale of stocks, bonds, gold or silver 
bullion, coin, promissory notes, or other 
securities, shall pay a stamp tax at the 
rate provided in section ninety-nine]. . . 10 
Conveyance. — Deed, instrument, or writ- 
ing, whereby any lands, tenements, or 
other realty sold shall be granted, 
assigned, transferred, or otherwise 
conveyed to, or vested in, the 
purchaser or purchasers, or any other 
person or persons by his, her, or their 
direction when the consideration of 
value does not exceed five hundred dol- 
lars, fifty cents 50 

When the consideration exceeds five 
hundred dollars and does not exceed one 
thousand dollars, one dollar 1 00 

And for every additional five hundred 
dollars, or fractional part thereof, in ex- 
cess of one thousand dollars, fifty cents 50 



ENTRY of any goods, wares, or mer- 
chandise at any custom house, either 
for consumption or warehousing, not ex- 
ceeding one hundred dollars in value, 

twenty-five cents 25 

Exceeding one hundred dollars and not 
exceeding five hundred dollars in value, 

fifty cents 50 

Exceeding five hundred dollars in value, 

one dollar 100 

Entry for the withdrawal of any goods or 
merchandise from bonded warehouse, 
fifty cents 50 



FRICTION Matches, or lucifer matches, 
or other articles made in part of wood, 
and used for like purposes, in parcels 
or packages containing one hundred 
matches or less, for each parcel or pack- 
age, one cent 

When in parcels or packages contain- 
ing more than one hundred and not 
more than two hundred matches, for each 
parcel or package, two cents 

And for every additional hundred 
matches or fractional part thereof, one 
cent 

INSURANCE, (Life.)— Policy of insur- 
ance, or other instrument, by whatever 
name the same shall be called, whereby 
any insurance shall be made upon any 
life or lives — 

When the amount insured shall not 
exceed one thousand dollars, twenty-five 
cents 

Exceeding one thousand dollars and 
not exceeding five thousand dollars, fifty 
cents '. 

Exceeding five thousand dollars, one 

dollar 

Insurance, (Marine, Inland and Fire.) — 
Each policy of insurance or other instru- 
ment, by whatever name the same shall 
be called, by which insurance shall be 
made or renewed upon property of any 
description, whether against perils by 
the sea or by fire, or other peril of any 
kind, made by any insurance company, 
or its agents, or by any other company 
or person, the premium upon which does 
does not exceed ten dollars, ten cents' . 

Exceeding ten and not exceeding fifty 
dollars, twenty-five cents 

Exceeding fifty dollars, fifty cents 

LEASE, agreement, memorandum or 
contract for the hire, use or rent of 
any land, tenement or portion thereof, 
where the rent or rental value is three 
hundred dollars per annum or less, fifty 
cents 

Where the rent or rental value ex- 
ceeds the sum of three hundred dollars 
per annum, for each additional two 
hundred dollars or fractional part there- 
of, in excess of three hundred dollars, 

fifty cents 

Legal documents : Writ or other original 
process by which any suit is commenced 
in any court of record, either of law or 
equity, fifty cents 

Where the amount claimed in a writ, 
issued by a court not of record, is one 
hundred dollars or over, fifty cents 

Upon every confession of judgment, 
or cognovit, for one hundred dollars or 
over (except in those cases where the 
tax for the writ of a commencement of 
suit has been paid), fifty cents 

Writs or other process on appeals 
from justices' courts or other courts of 
inferior jurisdiction, to a court of rec- 
ord, fifty cents 

Warrant of distress, when the amount 
of rent claimed does not exceed one 
hundred dollars, twenty-five cents 

When the amount claimed exceeds 
one hundred dollars, fifty cents 

Provided, That no writ, summons, or 
other process issued by and returnable 
to a justice of the peace, except as 
hereinbefore provided, or by any police 
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risdiction as to the amount of damages 
it may render than a justice of the 
peace in the S; me State, or issued in 
any criminal or other suits commenced 
by the United States or any State, shall 
be subject to the payment of stamp 
duties : And provided further, That the 
stamp duties imposed by the foregoing 
schedule on manifests, bills of lading, 
and passage tickets, shall not apply to 
steamboats or other vessels plying be- 
tween ports of the United States and 
ports in British North America. 

Affidavits in suits or legal proceedings 
shall be exempt from stamp duty. 

MANIFEST for custom house entry, 
or clearance of the cargo of any 
ship, vessel or steamer for a foreign 
port — 

If the registered tonnage of such ship, 
vessel or steamer does not exceed three 
hundred tons, one dollar 1 00 

Exceeding three hundred tons and 
not exceeding six hundred tons, three 
dollars 3 00 

Exceeding six hundred tons, five dol- 
lars 5 00 

Medicines or preparations : For and upon 
every packet, box, bottle, pot, phial 
or other enclosure, containing any pills, 
powders, tinctures, troches, lozenges, 
sirups, cordials, bitters, anodynes, ton- 
ics, plasters, liniments, salves, oint- 
ments, pastes, drops, waters, essences, 
spirits, oils, or other medicinal prepara- 
tions or compositions whatsoever, made 
and sold, or removed for consumption 
and sale, by any person or persons 
whatever, wherein the person making 
or preparing the same has, or claims to 
have, any private formula or occult se- 
cret or art for the making or preparing 
the same, or has or claims to have any 
exclusive right or title to the making or 
preparing the same, or which are pre- 
pared, uttered, vended or exposed for 
sale under any letters patent, or held 
out or recommended to the public by 
the makers, venders or proprietors 
thereof, as proprietary medicines, or as 
remedies or specifics for any disease, 
diseases, or affections whatever, affect- 
ing the human or animal body, as fol- 
lows : Where such packet, box, bottle, 
pot, phial or other enclosure, with its 
contents, shall not exceed, at retail 
price, or value, the sum of twenty-five 
cents, one cent 1 

Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall exceed the retail price or 
value of tweuty-five cents, and not ex- 
ceed the retail price or value of fifty 
cents, two cents 2 

Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall exceed the retail price or 
value of fifty cents, and shall not ex- 
ceed the retail price or value of seventy- 
five cents, three cents 3 

Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall exceed the retail price or 
value of seventy-five cents, and shall not 
exceed the retail price or value of one 
dollar, four cents 4 

Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall- exceed the retail price or 



value of one dollar, for each and every 
fifty cents, or fractional part thereof, 
over and above the one dollar, as be- 
fore mentioned, an additional two cents 2 
Mortgage of lands, estate or property, real 
or personal, heritable or movable, 
whatsoever, where the same shall be 
made as a security for the payment of 
any definite and certain sum of money 
lent at the time or previously due and 
owing or foreborne to be paid, being 
payable ; also any conveyance of any 
lands, estate or property, whatsoever, 
in trust, to be sold or otherwise con- 
verted into money, which shall be in- 
tended only as security, and shall be re- 
deemable before the sale or other dis- 
posal thereof, either by express stipula- 
tion or otherwise , or any personal bond 
given as security for the payment of any 
definite or certain sum of money ex- 
ceeding one hundred dollars, and not 
exceeding five hundred dollars, fifty 
cents . . . . . 50 

Exceeding five hundred dollars and 
not exceeding one thousand dollars, one 
dollar 1 00 

And for every additional five hundred 
dollars, or fractional part thereof, in ex- 
cess of one thousand dollars, fifty cents 50 

Upon every assignment or transfer of 
a mortgage the same stamp tax upon 
the amount remaining unpaid thereon as 
is herein imposed upon a mortgage for 
the same amount 

Provided, That upon each and every 
assignment or transfer of a policy of in- 
surance, or the renewal or continuance 
of any agreement, contract or charter, 
by letter, or otherwise, a stamp duty 
shall be required and paid equal to that 
imposed on the original instrument. 

And provided further, That upon 
each and evefy assignment of any lease 
a stamp duty shall be required and paid, 
equal to that imposed on the original in- 
strument, increased by a stamp duty on 
the consideration or value of the assign- 
ment equal to that imposed upon the 
conveyance of land for similar consider- 
ation or value. 

PASSAGE ticket by any vessel from a 
port in the United States to a foreign 
port, not exceeding thirty-five dollars, 
fifty cents ,..' 50 

Exceeding thirty-five dollars and not 
exceeding fifty dollars, one dollar 1 00 

And for every additional fifty dollars, 
or fractional part thereof, in access of 

fifty dollars, one dollar 1 00 

Perfumery, Cosmetics and Photographs, 
for and upon every packet, box, bot- 
tle, pot, phial, or other enclosure, 
containing any essence, extract, toi- 
let water, cosmetic, hair oil, pomade, 
hair-dressing, hair restorative, hair 
dye, tooth wash, dentifrice, tooth- 
paste, aromatic cachous, or any simi- 
lar articles, by whatsoever name 
the same heretofore have been, now are, 
or may hereafter be called, known, or 
distinguished, used or applied, or to be 
used or applied as perfumes or applica- 
tions to the hair, mouth, or skin, made, 
prepared, and sold or removed for con- 
sumption and sale in the United States, 
where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall not exceed, at the retail 



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price or value, the sum of twenty-five 

cents, one cent 1 

Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall exceed the retail price or 
value of twenty-five cents, and shall not 
exceed the retail price or value of lifty 

cents, two cents 2 

• Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall exceed the retail piice or 
value of fifty cents, and shall not exceed 
the retail price or value of seventy-five 

cents, three cents 3 

Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure, with its con- 
tents, shall exceed the retail price or 
value oi seventy-five cents, and shall not 
exceed the retail price or value of one 

dollar, four cents 4 

Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, 
phial, or other enclosure with its con- 
tents, shall exceed the retail price or 
value of one dollar, for eacli and every 
fifty cents or fractional part thereof 
over and above the one dollar, as before 
mentioned, an additional two cents.... 2 

Playing Cards, for and upon every pack, 
not exceeding fifty-two cards in number, 
irrespective of price or value, five cents 5 

Power of attorney for the sale or transfer 
of any stocks, bonds or scrip, or lor the 
collection of any dividends or interest 
thereon, twenty-five cents 25 

Power of attorney or proxy for voting at 
any election for officers of any incorpo- 
rated company or society, except relig- 
ious, charitable, or literary societies, or 
public cemeteries, ten cents . 10 

Power of attorney to receive, or collect 
rent, twenty-five cents 25 

Power of attorney to sell and convey real 
estate, or to rent or lease the same, one 
dollar 1 00 

Power of attorney for any other purpose, 

fifly cents 50 

Preserved Meats, Fruits, etc., for and up- 
on every can, bottle, or other single 
package, containing meats, fish,shell-fish, 
fruits, vegetables, sauces, sirups, pre- 
pared mustard, jams or jellies contained 
therein and packed or sealed, made, pre- 
pared, and sold, or offered for sale, 
or removed for consumption in 
the United States, on and after 
the first day of October, eighteen 
hundred and sixty-six, when such can, 
bottle, or other single package with its 



contents shall not exceed two pounds in 

weight, the sum of one cent 

When such can, bottle, or other single 
package, with its contents, shall exceed 
two pounds in weight, for every addi- 
tional pound or fractional part thereof, 
one cent 

Probate of will, or letters of administra- 
tion : Where the estate and effects for or 
in respect of which such probate or let- 
ters of administration applied for, shall 
be sworn or declared not to exceed the 
value of two thousand dollars, one dol- 
lar 

Exceeding two thousand dollars, for 
every additional thousand dollars, or 
fractional part thereof, in excess of two 
thousand dollars, fifty cents 

Protest.— Upon the protest of every note, 
bill of exchange, acceptance, check or 
draft, or any marine protest, whether 
protested by a notary public or by any 
other officer who may be authorized by 
the law of any State or States to make 
such protest, twenty-five cents 

RPJCEIPTS for any sum of money, or for 
the payment of any debt, exceeding 
twenty dollars in amount, not being for 
the satisfaction of any mortgage or 
judgment, or decree of any court, or by 
indorsement on any stamped obligation 
in acknowledgment of its fulfillment, 

for each receipt, two cents , 

Provided, That when more than one 
signature is affixed to the same paper, 
one or more stamps may be affixed 
thereto representing the whole amount 
of the stamp required for such signa- 
tures ; and that the term money, as 
herein used, shall be held to include 
drafts and other instruments given for 
the payment of money. 

WAX Tapers, double the rates herein 
imposed upon friction or lucifer 
matches ; on cigar lights, made in part 
of wood, wax, glass, paper, or other 
materials, in parcels or packages con- 
taining twenty five lights or less in each 
parcel or package, one cent 

When in parcels or packages contain- 
ing more than than twenty-five and not 
more than fifty lights, two cents 

For every additional twenty-five lights 
or fractional part of that number, one 
cent additional 



1 00 



50 ' 



•25 



EATE8 OF TAXES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, on gross re- 
ceipts, quarterly, 3 per cent 

Receipts to the amount of $600 an- 
nually, and newspapers whose average 

circulation is not over 2000 copies . exempt 

Ale, beer, lager-beer, porter and other 
similar fermented liquors, per barrel, 

31 gallons, to be paid by stamps $1.00 

And at a like rate for any other 
quantity, or for a fractional part of a 
barrel, which fractional parts are 
halves, quarters, sixths, and eighths. 

Ambrotypes, (see photographs) 5 per cent 

Articles made of wood, (see Furni- 
ture), 5 percent 



Articles of wearing apparel made for 

sale 5 per cent 

Articles of dress, (see Clothing) 2 per cent 

Auction sales, ..1-10 of 1 per cent 

By or for judicial officers under de- 
cree of court, and public sales, by 
guardians, executors or administrators, exempt 

Awnings, 5 per cent 

When made by sewing, from articles 
on which a tax has been paid exempt 

BAGS, (see Awnings) 5 per cent 
Band iron, per ton, (see Iron) 5.00 

Banks, upon State bank-notes, paid out 
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TAX-PAYERS' MANUAL — RATES OF TAXES. 



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If circulation is not over 5 per cent. 

of capital exempt 

Banks and bankers, on average deposits, 

monthly 1-24 of 1 per cent 

On average capital, beyond the 
amount invested in United States bonds 

monthly 1 -'24 of 1 per cent 

On average circulation, monthly 

1-12 of 1 per cent 
On average circulation over 00 per 
cent, of their capital, monthly, addi- 
tional, 1-6 of 1 per cent 

The above does not apply to national banks. 

On dividends 5 per cent 

On additions to surplus and contin- 

tingent funds 5 per cent 

On profits when dividends are not 

made 5 per cent 

Banks and bankers, on all sales and con- 
tracts for sale of stocks, bonds, gold 
and silver bulKo.i and coin, promissory 
notes, and other securities, for each 

$100 1 ct. 

On all such sales or contracts for 
sale, made by any person not paying 

special tax, on $100 5 cts. 

(Stamps of the proper value must 
be affixed to the memorandum of sale 
required to be made.) 
Barges, on gross earnings, if subject to 

tonnage duty exempt 

On gross receipts, if over $1000 a 

year, monthly 2 1-2 per cent 

Barks, on gross receipts, if over $1000 a 

year, monthly 2 1-2 per cent 

On gross earnings, if subject to ton- 
nage duty exempt ! 

Beer, per barrel of 31 gallons, (see Ale) 1.00 | 

Benzine, per gallon, (see Naphtha) 10 cts. 

Benzole, per gallon, (see Naphtha) 10 cts. 

Billiard-tables, whether for use or hire, 

per table 10.00 

Boilers, of all kinds 5 per cent 

Bonds, of railways, canals, turnpike, in- 
terest on 5 per cent 

On sales of, at auction 1-10 of 1 per cent 

Bone, manufactures of, if not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Bonnet-makers, who make to order as 
custom work only, and whose sales do 

not exceed $1000 annually exempt 

Bonnets 5 per cent 

Boots 2 per cent 

Boot-makers and shoe-makers, who make 
to order as custom work only, and 
whose work exclusive of materials 
does not exceed $1000 annually in val- 
ue . . .' exempt 

Brass tubes, nails, or rivets 5 per cent 

Brass, not more advanced than rods or 

sheets ..5 per cent 

Bridges, on gross receipts, monthly. ..3 per cent 
Bristles, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for .5 per cent 

Brokers, on all sales or contracts for sale 
of stocks, bonds, gold and silver bul- 
lionand coin,promissory notes or other 
securities, for every $100 of amount of 

sales or contracts - 1 ct. 

On all such sales and contracts 
made by persons who have not paid 
special tax as brokers, for every $100 5 cts. 

(A memorandum of the sale or con- 
tract must be made, and a stamp of 
the proper value affixed.) 
Bullion, in lump, ingot, bar, or otherwise, 

to be paid by assayer 1-2 of 1 per cent 

Used in silver ware or prepared for 
plater's use exclusively exempt 

22 



Bullion, sales or contracts for sale of, 
(see Banks, Brokers) 

C1ALFSK1NS. in the rough, or curried 
J or finished 5 per cent 

When tax has been paid on any in 
the rough, the tax to be only on in- 
creased value of the same when cur- 
ried or finished 

Canals, upon gross receipts of, if over 
$1000 a year, monthly 2 1-2 per cent 

Canal boats, monthly, if gross receipts 

are over $1000 a year 2 1-2 per cent 

Canal companies, upon dividends, prof- 
its, and interest upon bonds 5 per cent 

Candles 5 per cent 

Candy, sugar, valued at not over 20 
cents per pound, including the tax, per 
pound 2 cts. 

Candy, sugar, valued at over 20 cents 
per pound and not over 40 cents per 
pound, including the tax, per pound. 4 cents 

Valued at over 40 cents per pound, 
including the tax, or when sold by the 
box, package, or otherwise than by 
the pound 10 per cent 

Caps, (see note to Clothing) 2 per cent 

Carriages, of every variety, including 
harness, valued at above $300 and not 

above $500, each $6.00 

Valued at above $500, each 10.00 

Cassia, ground, and all imitating, per 
pound, (see Spices) 1 ct. 

Castile soap, (see Soaps.) 

Castings of iron, per ton 3.00 

Cavendish tobacco, per pound 40 cts 

Cement, made wholly or in part of glue, 

to be sold in liquid state, per gallon. . 40 cts 

Champagne, liquors or compounds made 
in imitation of, and put up in booties 
per dozen of bottles of over a pint 

and not over a quart, each 6.00 

If not over a pint, each, per dozen 3.00 

Champagne, if of nor over a pint each, 
per dozen 3.00 

Chemical productions, uncompounded, 
not otherwise provided for 5 per cent 

Cheroots, the market value of which is 
not over $3 per thousand, per 1000.. . . 2.00 
The market value of which is over 

$8 and not over $12 per 1000 4.00 

The market value of which is over 
$12 a thousand — $4.00 a thousand and 
20 per cent, of market value. 

Chocolate, prepared, per pound 1 1-2 ct 

Cigarettes, made of tobacco, enclosed in 
wrapper, and not over 3 1-2 inches in 

length, per thousand 2.00 

The market value of which is over 
$8 and not over $12 a thousand per 

1000... 4.00 

The market value of which is over 
$12 a thousand — per 1000 $4 and 20 
per cent, of market value. 

Cigars, made with twisted heads and 
those known as short sixes, the market 
value of which is not over $8 a thou- 
sand — per 1000 2.00 

The market value of which is over 
$8 and not over $12 a thousand per 1000 4.00 

The market value of which is over 
$12 a thousand — per thousand $4 and 
20 per cent of market value. 

Circuses, on gross receipts monthly. ..2 per cent 

Cistern bottoms, of sugar produced from 
sugar-cane, and not from sorghum or 
imphee, per pound 3-4 of 1 per cent 

Clocks, time-pieces, and clock move- 

ji_ments,. 5 per cent 



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Cloth, and all textile or knitted or felted 
articles, or fabrics of cotton, wool, or 
other materials, before the same has 
been dyed, printed, or bleached... .5 per cent 

Painted, enameled, shirred, tarred, 
varnished, or oiled 5 per cent 

Or fabrics, or articles, made of 
thread, yarn or warps imported or on 
which an internal tax has been paid, 
on the increased value only 5 per cent 

When made wholly by same manu- 
facturer 5 per cent 

Or articles, dyed, printed, or 
bleached, on which a duty or tax has 
been paid before the same were so 
dyed, printed, or bleached, upon the 

increased value thereof only 5 per cent 

Cloth, or articles when made of thread, 
yarn or warps, imported or on which 
a tax has been paid on increased value 

only 5 per cent 

Clothing, articles of, manufactured or 
produced for sale, by weaving, knit- 
ting or felting 5 per cent 

Articles manufactured or produced 
for sale, as constituent parts of, or for 
trimming or ornamenting 5 per cent 

Made for sale from India rubber a gutta 
percha, or fur, or fur skins dressed 
with the fur on .5 per cent 

Articles made of furs of value not 
■over $20 2 per cent 

Gloves, mittens, moccasins, caps, 
felt hats, and other articles of dress 
not otherwise assessed 2 per cent 

The above articles, when made to 
order as custom-work and not for sale 
generally, if the work exclusive of 
materials does not exceed $1000 annu- 
ally exempt 

Articles of dress made* or trimmed 
by milliners or dressmakers for the 

wear of women and children exempt 

Clove stems, ground, per pound, (see 

Spices) 1 ct. 

Cloves, ground, and all imitations, per 

pound, (see Spices) 1 ct. 

Cocoa, prepared, per pound 1 1-2 ct. 

CoH'ee,and substitutes and preparations, 

per pound 1 ct. 

Commercial brokers, monthly on all sales 
of goods, wares or merchandise, on 

amount 1-20 of 1 per cent 

Confectionery, made wholly or in part of 
sugar, valued at not over 20 cts. per 
pound, including the tax, per pound. . 2 cts. 

Valued at over 20 cts. and not over 
40 cts. per pound, including the tax, 
per pound 4 cts. 

Valued at over 40 cts. per pound, in- 
cluding the tax, or when sold by the 
box, package, or otherwise than by 

the pound 10 per cent 

Copper, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for % .5 per cent 

Copper tubes, nails, or rivets .'.5 per cent 

Cosmetics, stamp-duty on, (see Sched- 
ule C.) 
Cotton, fabrics of, (see Cloth) 5 per cent 

Manufactures of, not otherwise pro- 
vided for 5 per cent 

Drawback allowed on exportation 
equal to the internal tax on finished 
articles and to the tax on the raw cot- 
ton in such article. 

Unmanufactured, per pound 3 cts. 

Imported from other countries on 
which an import duty has been paid. . exempt 

There is no drawback on raw cot- 
ton exported. 



DAGUERREOTYPES, not otherwise 
exempted, (see Photographs) . . . .5 per cent 
Diamonds, emeralds, precious stones, 
and imitations thereof, and all other 

jewelry .S per cent 

When imported, or when import 
duties have b^ en paid, and stones are 
set or reset, the duty will be assessed 
only on the value of the setting. 

Dividends 5 per cent 

Distilled spirits, first proof $2 per gallon 

Dog-skins 5 per cent 

When tax has been paid on any in 
the rough, the tax on the same when 
curried or finished to be only on in- 
creased value. ^ 
Dresses, manufactured, (see Clotinng) 

5 per cent 

EARTHEN WARE, brown 2 1-2 per cent 
Emeralds, (see Diamonds) 5 per cent 

Enamelled leather, (see Leather) 5 per cent 

Engines, steam, locomotive and marine 

5 per cent 
Erasive soaps, valued at over 3 cents per 

lb. per pound, (see Soaps) 5 mills 

Essences, stamp-duty on 

Essential oils, all descriptions 5 per cent 

Express companies, on gross receipts, 
monthly 3 per cent 

f I^ELTED articles, manufactured 5 per cent 
Felt hats, (see Clothing) 2 per cent 

Fermented liquors, beer, lager-beer, ale, 
porter, and other similar liquors, per 

barrel of 31 gallons, (see Ale) $1.00 

Sour or damaged and sold for man- 
ufacturing purposes exempt 

Ferry-boats, gross receipts, of over $1000 

a year, monthly 3 per cent 

Fine-cut chewing-tobacco, per pound. . 40 cts. 
Fire insurance companies, dividends of 

5 per cent 
Fish, preserved, (see Preserved Meats, 

&c.) 

Fruits, preserved, (see Preserved Meats, 

, &c.) 

Furniture, or other articles of wood, sold 

rough or unfinished 5 per cent 

When taxed in the rough, to pay 
when finished, on increased value. ..5 per cent 

Of iron .5 per cent 

Fur, articles of wearing apparel manu- 
factured or produced for sale from.. 5 per cent 
If articles do not exceed $20 in 

value 2 per cent 

Fur-skins, dressed with the fur on, arti- 
cles of wearing apparel made for sale 
from 5 per cent 



C GARDEN engines 3 per cent 
X Gas, made of coal wholly or in part, 
or of any other material when the 
product is not over 200,000 cubic feet 

per month, per 1000 cubic feet 10 cts. 

When the product is above 200,000 
and not above 500,000 cubic feet per 

month, per 1000 cubic feet 15 cts. 

When the product is above 500,000 
and not over 5,000,000 cubic feet per 

month, per 1000 cubic feet 20 cts. 

When the product is above 5,000,000 
cubic feet per month, per 1000 cubic 

feet ! 25 cts. 

Gasoline, per gallon, (see Naphtha) 10 cts. 

Gearing and shafting 5 per cent 

Gelatine, per pound 1 ct. 

Ginger, ground, and all imitations of, 
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Glass, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Gloves, (see Clothing and Deer-skins).. 2 per cent 

Glue, solid, per pound ., 1 ct. 

Liquid, per gallon 40 cts. 

Goat-skins, (see Calf-skins) 5 per cent 

Gold, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Plate, kept for use, per ounce J'roy. 50 cts. 
Watches, wholly or in part of gold 
or gilt, kept for use, valued at $100 or 

less, each $1.00 

Gold watches, valued at more than $100 $2.00 

Guncotton 5 per cent 

Gunpowder, valued at 38 cts. per pound 

or less, including the tax 5 per cent 

Valued at above 38 cts. per pound, 

including the tax, per pound 10 cts. 

Gutta percha, manufactures of, not 
' otherwise provided for. 5 per cent 

HARNESS leather 5 per cent 
Hats, silk or felt 5 per cent 

Hemp, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Hog-skins, (when tax has been paid on 

any in the rough, the tax on the same 

when curried or finished, to be only on' 

increased value) 5 per cent 

Hollow ware, per ton 3.00 

Hoop-iron, not thinner than No. 18 wire 

guage, per ton 3.00 

Thinner than No. 18 wire guage, per 

ton 5.00 

Hoop-skirts made for sale 5 per cent 

Horn, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Horse-skins, (see Hog-skins) 5 per cent 

Hydraulic rams 3 per cent 

ILLUMINATING oils, (see Oils) 
Income, upon all sums in excess of 

$600, and not exceeding $5000 5 per cent 

On all sums in excess of $5000. . ,10 per cent 
India-rubber articles of wearing apparel 

produced for sale 5 per cent 

Manufactures of, not otherwise pro- 
vided for 5 per cent 

Insurance companies, on dividends of. 5 percent 
On gross receipts of fire, inland or 
marine or accident companies, month- 
ly 11-2 per cent 

Iron, pig, muck-bar, blooms, slabs, 
loops, railroad, and railroad re-rolled exempt 

Advanced beyond muck-bar, bloom, 
slabs, or loops, and not advanced 
beyond bar, and band, hoop, and sheet 
iron, not thinner than No. 18 wire 
gauge, and plate-iron not less than } 
of an inch in thickness, per ton of 2000 

lbs 3.00 

Band, hoop, and sheet-iron thinner 
than No. 18 wire guage, plate-iron less 
than -| of an inch in thickness, per ton 5.00 

Nails and spikes, cut, not including 
nails, tacks, brads, or finishing nails, 
usually put up and sold in papers, 
whether put up in papers or otherwise, 

per ton 5.00 

Rods, bands, hoops, sheets, plates, 
spikes, and nails, not including such as 
are usually put up in papers, manufac- 
tured from iron upon which the tax of 
$3 has been paid, per ton additional. . 2.00 
Castings not otherwise provided for, 

per ton 3.00 

Railings, gates, fences, furniture and 

statuary 5 per cent 

Manufactures of, not otherwise pro- 
vided for 5 per cent 



Ivory, manufactures of, not otherwise 
provided for 5 per cent 

JAMS, in bottles or packages, (see 
Preserved Meats, &c.) 5 per cent 

Japan 5 per cent 

Japanned leather, (see Leather) 5 per cent 

Jellies, in packages, (see Preserved 

Meats, &c.) 5 per cent 

Jewelry, (see note to Diamonds) 5 per cent 

Jute, manufactures of, not otherwise 
provided for 5 per cent 



K 



ID-SKINS, (see Calf-skins) 5 per cent 

Knitted fabrics 5 per cent 



LAGER-BEER, per barrel of 31 gal- 
lons, (see Ale) 1.00" 

Lathes 5 per cent 

Lead, sheet 5 per cent 

Pipes 5 per cent 

Lead, manufactures of, not otherwise 
provided for 5 per cent 

Leather, of all kinds 5 per cent 

When the tax has been paid upon 
the leather in the rough, the tax is as- 
sessed upon the increased value only 
when the same is curried, or finished 

Leather, manufactures of, not otherwise 
provided for 5 per cent 

Legacies, any person or persons having in 
charge or trust, as administrators, ex- 
ecutors, or trustees, any legacies or 
distributive shares arising from per- 
sonal property, where the whole 
amount of such personal property, as 
aforesaid, shall exceed the sura of one 
thousand dollars in actual value, pass- 
ing, after the passage of this act, from 
any person possesed of such property, 
either by will or by the intestate laws 
of any State or Territory, or any per- 
sonal property or interest therein, 
transferred by deed, grant, bargain, 
sale or gift, made or intended to take 
effect in possession or enjoyment after 
the death of the grantor or bargainor, 
to any person or persons, or to any 
body or bodies politic or corporate, in 
trust or otherwise, are subject to tax 
as follows : 

Where the person or persons enti- 
tled to any beneficial interest in such 
property shall be the lineal issue or 
lineal ancestor, brother or sister, to 
the person whodied possessed of such 
property, as aforesaid, at the rate of 
one dollar, for each and every hun- 
dred dollars of the clear value, of such 

interest in such property .1 per cent 

The legacy or share of personal prop- 
erty passing to a minor child of the 
person who died possessed thereof is 
exempt from tax, to the amount of 
$600. 

Where the person or persons enti- 
tled to any beneficial interest in such 
property shall be a descendant of the 
brother or sister of the person who died 
possessed, as aforesaid, at the rate of 
two dollars for each and every hundred 
dollars of the clear value of such in- 
terest 2 per cent 

Where the person or persons enti- 
tled to any beneficial interest in such 
property shall be a brother or sister 
of the father or mother, or a descend- 
ant of a brother or sister of the father 
or mother, of the person who died 
s aforesaid, at the rate of 



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four dollars for each and every hun- 
dred dollars of the clear value of such 

interest 4 per cent 

Where the person or persons enti- 
tled to any beneficial interest in such 
property shall be a brother or sister 
of the grandfather or grandmother, or 
a descendant of the brother or sister 
of the grandfather or grandmother, of 
the person who died possessed, as 
aforesaid, at the rate ot five dollars 
for each and every hundred dollars of 

the clear value of such interest 5 per cent 

Where the person or persons enti- 
tled to any beneficial interest in such 
property shall be in any other degree 
of collateral consanguinity than is 
hereinbefore stated, or shall be a stran- 
ger in blood to the person who died 
possessed, as aforesaid, or shall be a 
body politic or corporate, at the rate 
of six dollars for each and every hun- 
dred dollars of the clear value of such 

interest 6 per cent 

All legacies or property passing by 
will, or by the laws of any State or 
Territory, to husband or wife of the 
person who died possessed, as afore- 
said, shall be exempt from tax or duty. 

Liquors made in imitation of sparkling 
wine or champagne, and put up in 
bottles, (see Wines). 

Liquors, malt or fermented, per barrel 

of 31 gallons, (see Ale) 1.00 

Liquors, spirituous, first proof, per gal- 
lon 2.00 

Locomotive 'engines, (see Steam En- 
gines) 5 per cent 

Lotteries, on gross receipts, monthly.. 5 per cent 
Permit when and how granted to 
hold lottery or raffle without tax 

Lubricating oils, (see Oils) 

MAGAZINES, advertisements in, and 
gross receipts over $500 3 per cent 

Malt liquors per barrel of 31 gallons, 

(see Ale) 1.00 

Manufactures of cotton, wool, silk, worst- 
ed, hemp, jute, Indian rubber, gutta 
percha, wood, glass, pottery ware, 
leather, paper, iron, steel, lead, tin, 
copper, zinc, brass, gold, silver, horn, 
ivory, bone, bristles, wholly or in 
part, of other materials not otherwise 
provided for 5 per cent 

Marine engines, (see Steam Engines) ..5 per cent 

Matches subject to stamp duty 

Meats preserved, (see Preserved Meats, 
&c.) 5 per cent 

Medicines, upon recipe or prescription 

of physician exempt 

Stamp duty upon 

Melado, per pound 3-4 of 1 ct. 

Milliners, manufactures of, (see Cloth- 
ing) 5 per cent 

Mineral oils, (see Oils) 

Mittens, (see Clothing and Deer-skins) .2 per cent 

Moccasins, (see Clothing and Deer- 
skins) 2 per cent 

Molasses, from sugar-cane, and not from 

sorghum or imphee,per gallon 3 cts. 

Sirup, per pound 3-4 of 1 ct. 

Concentrated, per pound 3-4 of 1 ct. 

Monumental stones, over $100 in value, 
and not erected by contributions to 
commemorate the service of Union 
soldiers who have fallen in battle. ..5 per cent 

Movements, clock 5 per cent 

Museums, gross receipts, monthly. . . .2 per cent 

Mustard, dry, and substitutes, and prep- 



arations, ;see Preserved Meats, &c.) 
per pound 



1 ct. 



NAILS, cut, per ton, (see Iron) 5.00 
Brass or copper 5 per cent 

Naphtha, benzine, benzole, or gasoline, 
marking more than 59° Baume's hy- 
drometers, the product of distillation, 
redistillation, or refining of crude pe- 
troleum, or of crude oil produced by 
a single distillation of coal, shale, pete, 
asphatum, or other bituminous sub- 
stances, per gallon 10 cts. 

Naphtha, the product of distillation of 
pretroleum and other similar bitumi- 
nous substances, when used or con- 
sumed on the premises for fuel or 

cleaning exempt 

Benzine and benzole, are not enti- 
tled to drawback when exported 

Newspapers, whose average annual cir- 
culation exceeds 2H00 copies, upon 
gross receipts for advertisements in, 
over $000 per annum 3 per cent 

OIL, making more than 59 ° Baume's 
hydrometer, the product of the dis- 
tillation, re-distillation, or refining of 
crude pretroleum, or of cVude oil pro- 
duced by a single distillation of coal, 
shale, peat, asphaltum, or other bitu- 

mipus substances, per gallon 10 cts. 

Oil-cloth, (see Cloth) 5 per cent 

Oil-dressed leather 5 per cent 

Oils, illummiuating, lubricating, or other 
mineral, making not less than 30° nor 
more than 50 ° Baume's hydrometer, 
the product of the distillation, re-dis- 
tillation, or refining of crude pretrol- 
eum, per gallon 20 cts. 

Such illuminating oils, mixed with 
the heavier paraffine oils, or with 
naphtha, with or without further dis- 
tillation, if product marks by Baume's 
hydrometer between 36° and 59 c in- 
clusive, per gallon 20 cts. 

Illuminating, lubricating, or other 
mineral, marking not less than 30 ° 
nor more than 59° Baume's hydrom- 
eter, the exclusive product of the re- 
fining of crude oil, produced by a sin- 
gle distillation of coal, shale, asph»l- 
tum, peat, or other bituminous sub- 
stances, not otherwise provided fur, 

per gallon 10 cts. 

Essential, all descriptions 5 per cent 

Oil stills 5 per cent 

PAMPHLETS, advertisements in, up- 
on gross receipts for, exceeding 

$200 3 per cent 

Paper 3 per cent 

Manufactures of, not otherwise pro- 
vided for 5 per cent 

Passports, each 5.00 

Patent leather, (see Leather 5 per cent 

Pepper, ground, and all imitations, per 

pound, (see Spices) 5 mills 

Perfumery, stamp-duty on 

Photographs, not exempted as below. 5 per cent 
Photographs, or any other sun picture, 
being copies of engravings or works 
of art, when the same are sold by the 
producer at wholesale, at a price not 
exceeding fifteen cents each, or are 

used for the illustration of books exempt 

Pickles, in glass packages, (see Pre- 
served Meats, etc.) 6 per cent 

Pictures, taken by action of light 5 per cent 

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Pimento, ground,* and all imitations of, 
per pound, (see Spices) 5 mills 

Planes 5 per cent 

Planing- machines 5 per cent 

Plate of gold, kept for use. annual tax, 
per oz. troy 50 cts. 

Plate of silver, kept for use, exceeding 
40 ozs. troy, annual tax, per oz. troy, 
(see Silver Plate) 5 cts. 

Plate iron, less than 1-8 of an inch in 

thickness, per ton 5.00 

Not less than 1-8 of an inch in thick- 
ness, per ton 3.00 

Playing-cards, stamp-duty, per pack. . . 5 cts. 

Plug tobacco, per pound 40 cts. 

Porter, per barrel of 31 gallons, (see 
Ale) $1.00 

Pottery ware, not otherwise provided 
for 5 per cent 

Powder (Gun), valued at thirty-eight 

cents per pound or less 5 per cent 

Valued at more than thirty-eight 
cents per pound, per pound. 10 ct. 

Precious stones, (see Diamonds) ... .5 per cent 

Prepared mustard, in cans, (see Pre- 
served Meats) 

Preparations of coffee, substitutes for, 
or of which coffee forms a part, per 

pound 1 ct. 

And medicines, subject to stamp- 
duty 

Preserved meats, fruits, etc., on every 
can, bottle, or single package, con- 
taining meats, fish, shell-fish, fruits, 
vegetables, sauces, sirups, prepared 
mustard, jams or jellies contained 
therein and packed or sealed, on and 
after October 1st, 1866, when such can, 
bottle, or package with its contents 
does not exceed 2 lb^. in weight, per 

package 1 ct. 

When package with contents ex- 
ceeds 2 lbs. for every additional pound 
or fraction of a pound 1 ct. 

Profits, taxable as income 5 per cent 

Proprietaiy articles, subject to stamp- 
duty 

Provident Institutions, (see Savings 
Banks, etc.) ,. 

Pumps 3 per cent 

RAILROADS, on gross receipts (for 
passengers, etc., if over $1000 a 
year monthly) 2 1-2 per cent 

Railroad cars, when any of the materials 
of the car have paid a tax, that amount 
is to be deducted 5 per cent 

Railroads, to withhold from interests 
paid, from dividends, and to pay from 
sums carried to any fund 5 per cent 

Real Estate, succession to, (see Succes- 
sion to Real Estate.) 

Receipts, stamp-duty on 

Rivets, brass or copper 5 per cent 

OAILS, (see Awnings) 5 per cent 

k3 Salaries of persons in the service 

of the United States, in excess of the 

rate of $600 per annum, are subject to 

a deduction of five per cent, or of 10 

per cent on over $5000. 
Salaries, other, taxable as income, (see 

Income.) 
Sales, auction, of real estate, goods, 

wares, merchandise, stocks, and 

bonds, (see Auction sales.) 
Sales, and contracts for sale by brokers, 

banks, or bankers, (see Brokers.) 
Salt, per 100 pounds 3 cts. 



Sauces, in cans and sealed (see Pre- 
served Meats, etc.) 
Savings Banks, Savings Funds, and Sav- 
ings Institutions, having no capital 
Stocks, and whose business is confined . 
to receiving deposits to be loaned or 
invested for the sole benefit of the de- 
positors, on so much of their deposits 
as are invested in Securities of the 
United States, and on all deposits un- 
der $500, in the name of any one per- 
son exempt 

Savings institutions, on all dividends in 

scrip or money of 5 per cent 

Scales 3 per cent 

Screws, wood 10 per cent. 

Sewing machines 5 per cent 

Shades, (see Awnings) 5 per cent 

Shafting and gearing .5 per cent 

Sheepskins, tanned or dressed, in the 

rough, curried or finished. 5 per cent 

(When tax has been paid on any in 

the rough, the tax on the same when 

curried or finished to be only on 

increased value.) 

Sheet iron, not thinner than No. 18 wire 

gauge, per ton 3.00 

Sheet iron, thinner than No. 18 wire 

gauge, per ton 5.00 

Sheet lead 5 per cent 

Shell-fish, preserved, in cans, &c, (see 

Preserved Meats, &c.) 6 per cent 

Ships, gross receipts of, monthly, if over 

$1000 a year 2 1-2 per cent 

Ships, gross receipts of paying tonnage 

duty exempt 

Shoes, (see Boots) 2 per cent 

Shoe-strings 2 per cent 

Shot 5 per cent 

Silk-hats, made for sale 5 per cent 

Silk, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Silver, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Silver plate, annual tax, kept for use, 

per oz. troy 5 cts 

Silver plate, not exceeding 40 oz. troy 
used by one family and belonging to 

one person exempt 

Silver plate, belonging to religious soci- 
eties, souvenirs and keepsakes not 
kept for use, and premiums awarded 

as a token of merit exempt 

Sirup of molasses, made from sugar 
cane, when removed from the planta- 
tion, per pound 3-4 of 1 ct 

Sirups, in bottles or cans and sealed, 

(see Preserved Meats.) 
Skins, of every description, when 

tanned, curried or finished 5 per cent 

(When leather has been taxed in the 
rough, and afterwards finished, it will 
then be taxed on its increased value.) 
(When leather, on which a tax has 
been paid, is manufactured into 
gloves, mittens, or moccasins, the tax 
is assessed upon the increased value 
only.) 
Slackwater companies, upon all interest 
payable upon notes or bonds issued, 
dividends, and profits carried to the 

account of any fund 5 per cent 

Smoking-tobacco of all kinds and imita- 
tions not otherwise provided for, per 

pound, (see Tobacco) 15 cts 

Snuff, made of tobacco or any substitute 
for, of all descriptions when prepared 

for use, per pound 40 cts 

No drawback on the ex port of. 
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pound, not perfumed, and on saltwater 
soap made of cocoa nut oil, per pound 5 mills 
Valued at nor above 3 cts. per lb. . exempt 

Perfumed, per pound 3 cts 

Spices, ground, and substitutes and 

preparations, per pound 1 ct 

Spikes and nails, cut, per ton, (see Iron) 5.00 

Spirits, first proof, per gallon 2.00 

No drawback on. 

Of turpentine, per gallon 10 cts 

Stage-coaches, on gross receipts, if over 

$1000 a year, monthly 2 1-2 per cent 

Stamp duties, Schedule B. 

Statuary, made of iron 5 per cent 

Steamboats, gross receipts, if over $1000 

a year, monthly ...2 1-2 per cent 

Steam-engines, and all their parts. . . .5 per cent 
When a tax has been paid upon the 
parts of the engine, the amount is to 
be deducted. 
Steel, made directly from inch bar, 
blooms, slabs, or loops, per ton, man- 
ufactures of, not otherwise provided 

for 5 per cent 

Stone, monumental, (see Monumental 
Stones.) 

Stone-ware, common or gray 2 1-2 per cent 

Stoves, hollow ware, and castings of 

iron, per ton $3.00 

Succession to real Estate. 

Where successor is the lineal issue 
or ancestor of predecessor, on value 

of succession 1 per cent 

Where successor is brother or sister, 
or descendant of brother or sister of 

predecessor, on such value 2 per cent 

Where successor is brother or sister 
of the father or mother, or a descend- 
ant of a brother or sister of the father 
or mother, of the predecessor, on such 

value 4 per cent 

Where successor is a brother or 
sister of the grandfather or grand- 
mother, or a descendant of the brother 
or sister of the grandfather or grand- 
mother, of the predecessor, on such 

value 5 per cent 

When successor is of any other 
degree of collateral consanguinity, or 
is a stranger in blood, on such value. 6 percent 

Sugar refiners, on gross sales 2 1-2 per cent 

Sugar, not above No. 12 Dutch standard 

in color, per pound 1 ct 

Above No. 12 and not above No. 18 
'Dutch standard in color, per pound.. . 1 1-2 ct 
Above No. 18 Dutch standard in 

color, per pound 2 cts 

The above rates refer to sugars pro- 
duced directly from the sugar-cane 
and not from sorghum or imphee. 
Sugar-candy, made wholly or in part of 
sugar valued at not exceeding 20 cts. 

per lb. including tax, per pound 2 cts 

Exceeding 20 and not exceeding 40 
cts. per lb. including tax, per pound.. 4 cts 

Exceeding 40 cts. including tax, or 
when sold otherwise than by the 
pound 10 per cent 

TAILORS, manufactures by, (see 
Clothing) 5 per cent 

Tanks, water and sugar 5 per cent 

Telegraph companies, gross receipts 

(monthly) 3 per cent 



Tents, (see Awnings) 5 per cent 

Theatres, gross receipts of (monthly). 2 per cent 

Thread 5 per cent 

Time-pieces, sold without being cased. 5 per cent 
Tin-ware of all descriptions, not other- 
wise provided for 5 per cent 

Tin, manufactures of, not otherwise pro- 
vided for. 5 per cent 

Tobacco, cavendish, plug, twist, and all 
kinds, not otherwise provided for, per 

pound 40 cts 

Fine-cut, chewing, whether with 
stems in or not, and however sold, per 

pound 40 cts 

Twisted by hand and not otherwise 

prepared, per pound 30 cts 

Smoking, sweetened, stemmed, or 

butted, per pound. 40 cts 

Smoking, of all kinds, not sweetened, 
stemmed, or butted, including that 
made of stems, or in part of stems, 

and imitations thereof, per pound 15 -cts 

Toll-roads, on gross receipts 3 per cent 

Tools 5 per cent 

Trust companies, dividends of, and ad- 
ditions to funds 5 per cent 

Tubes, made of wrought-iron, copper, or 

brass, per ton 5.00 

Turnpike companies, dividends, cou- 
pons, interest paid by or profits of. .5 per cent 
Twine 5 per cent 

UNCOMPOUNDED chemical produc- 
tions, not otherwise provided for. 5 per cent 

VARNISH 5 per cent 
Vegetables, preserved, (see Pre- 
served Meats, &c.) 
Vessels, gross receipts of (monthly) 

2 1-2 per cent 

Vessels paying tonnage-duty exempt 

WARE, brown earthen and common 
or gray stone 2 1-2 per cent 

Watches, gold, annual tax, valued at' 

$100 or less, each LOO 

Watches gold, annual tax, valued at 

more than $100, each 2.00 

Water-tanks. » 5 per cent 

Whisky, first proof, per gallon 2.00 

Wines or liquors not made from grapes, 
currants, rhubarb, or berries, produced 
by being rectified or mixed with spir- 
its, and not otherwise provided for, 

per gallon 50 cts. 

Or liquors, made in imitation of 
sparkling wine or champagne, &c, 
and put up in bottles, if each bottle 
contains more than one pint and not 

over a quart, per dozen bottles 6.00 

If each bottle contains not over a 

pint, per dozen bottles 3.00 

Wood, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Wood screws 10 per cent 

Wool, manufactures of, not otherwise 

provided for 5 per cent 

Wool, fabrics of .5 per cent 

Worsted, manufactures of, not other- 
wise provided for 5 per cent 

ZINC, manufactures of, not other- 
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LIST OF ARTICLES, &0, 

DECLARED TO BE EXEMPT FROM INTERNAL TAX. 



ALL articles made or manufactured from ma- 
terials subject to, and that have paid, an in- 
ternal tax, or from materials imported free of 
duty, or on which an import duty has been 
paid, when the increased value of the manu- 
factured article does not exceed five per cent, 
ad valorem. 

Acetic acid. 

Actions for musical instruments. 

Advertisements, gross receipts for, under $600 
and in newspapers whose average circulation 
does not exceed 2,000 copies. 

Affidavits in legal proceedings. 

Alcohol made of materials that have paid a tax. 

Alkaloids, vegetable. 

Alum, aluminum, aluminous cake. 

Aluminate of soda. 

Alumino silicate of soda. 

Ammoniacal liquor made in the manufacture of 
illuminating gas, and the products of its manu- 
facture. 

Anchors. 

Aniline and aniline colors. 

Animal charcoal or carbon. 

Animal oils. 

Anvils. 

Apothecaries, as to liquors used in making up 
medicines. 

Arms, not iron or finished, for carriages or 
wagons. 

Arrearages of pay, papers relating to. 

Articles manufactured in institutions for the 
blind, and for the deaf and dumb, and sold 
to aid them or the pupils. 

Artificial limbs, eyes, and teeth. 

Auction sales by judicial officers, under decree 
of court, and public sales by guardians, execu- 
tors, &c. 

Awnings made by sewing from articles that 
have paid a tax. 

Axe poles of wrought iron. 

Axles of wrought iron. 

Axles of steel, used exclusively for vehicles, 
cars, or locomotives. 

BAGS made of paper and by sewing from ar- 
ticles that have paid a tax. 
Baking powders. 

Banks, circulation of, under 5 per cent, of capital. 
Banks, circulation of, when notes are not issued, 
and money is deposited in treasury for re- 
demtion of outstanding. 
Banners made of domestic bunting. 
Barges, gross earnings, if subject to tonnage 

duty. 
Barks, same as Barges. 
Barrels and casks, other than for the reception 

of fluids. 
Beeswax crude or unfinished. 
Bi-carbonate of soda. 
Bi-chromate of potash. 
Bleaching powders. 
Blocks, ship and vessels. 
Blooms (iron.) 
Blue vitrol. 
Boards. 
Boat spikes. 
Bolsters, feather. 
Bolts of wrought iron. 
Bone dust. 



Bookbinding. 

Books. 

Boracic acid. 

Borax. 

Bounties, papers relating to. 

Bows. 

Boxes, of wood or paper, for friction matches', 

cigar lights, or wax tapers. 
Brass not beyond rod or sheets. 
Bread and breadstuffs. 
Brick. 
Bristles. 

Brooms made from corn, brush, or palm-leaf. 
Building stone of all kinds. 
Bullion (see " Value of Bullion "). 
Bunting and flags of the United States. 
Burning fluid. 

Burr stones rough or wrought. 
Butter. 

Cables made of vegetable fibre. 
Calcined magnesia. 

Candlewicking. 

Carbon. 

Carbonate of magnesia. 

Car wheels of steel. 

Casks (see " Barrels"). 

Castings, of all descriptions, made specially for 
locks, safes, looms, spinning machines, pumps, . 
steam-engines, hot air and hot water furnaces, 
and sewing machines, sold and used only for 
such purposes, and on the article of which the 
casting forms a part, and tax has been paid. ' 

Casting for iron bridges. 

Casts of statues and groups of statuary made by 
the artist from original designs. 

Caustic soda. 

Cement, Roman and water. 

Certificates of measurement or weight of ani- 
mals, wood, coal or hay. 

Certificates of acknowledgment or record of 
deed or other written instrument. 

Charcoal. 

Charts. 

Cheese. 

Chronometers. 

Cider and cider vinegar. 

Cisterns for crude mineral oil. 

Clock springs, faces and hands. 

Coal tar and the products of itsredistilation. 

Cobalt. 

Coffins and burial cases. 

Coke. 

Compositions, cordials, cosmetics, made for 
exportation wholly or in part of domestic 
spirits. 

Concentrated milk. 

Concerts, occasional. 

Contracts for insurance against accidents. 

Copper, in ingots, pigs or bars. 

Copper, not beyond rods or sheets. 

Copperas. 

Cordage made of vegetable fibre. 

Corn-shellers. 

Cotton sold by or for the United States. 

Cotton gins. 

Cotton presses. 

Crates. 

Crucibles, of all kinds. 

Crude oil, the product of the first and single dis- 



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tilation of coal, shale, asphaltum, peat, or 
other bituminous substances. 

Crude petroleum. 

Crude soda. - *-. 

Crude turpentine. " •" 

Crutches. 

Cut tapes, used in the manufacture of hoop- 
skirts. 

DECK plugs. 
Deer skins, smoked or not oil dressed. 

Deposit notes to mutual insurance companies. 

Deposits in savings banks, invested in securities 
of the United States, and all under $500 in the 
name of any one person. Interest paid to de- 
positors on. 

Drain pipes. 

Draining tiles. 

Dress, articles of, made or trimmed by milliners 
or dressmakers for the wear of women and 
children. 

EARTHEN" water pipes. 
Electrotypers, productions of. 
Engravings, production of. 
Exhibitions of works of art. 

FARM baskets, made of splints. 
Farmers, for farm products. 

Feather beds, mattresses, palliasses, bolsters, 
and pillows. 

Fermented liquor, damaged and sold for manu- 
facturing purposes. 

Fertilisers of all kinds. 

Felloes. 

Fire brick. 

Fish oils. 

Flasks and patterns used by founders. 

Flavoring extracts solely for cooking purposes. ' 

Flax and its manufactures. 

Flour from grain. 

Flowers of sulphur. 

Freestone. 

GERMAN silver, in bars or sheets. 
Gold foil. 
Gold leaf. 

Grain baskets made of splints. 
Grain cradles. 

Grindstones, rough and wrought. 
Groups of statuary, original. 
Gypsum, rock and ground. 

HAND rakes. 
Hand saws. 
Harrows. 
Hay cutters. 
Hay presses. 
Headings. 

Hemp for textile or felting purposes. 
Hoops. 

Hoop skirt wire (steel), covered or uncovered. 
Horse rakes. 
Horse shoes. 
Horse shoe nails. 
Hubs. 
Hulls of ships and other vessels. 

ILLUMINATING gas manufactured by educa- 
tional institutions for their own use exclu- 
sively. 

Income under $600. 

Income of foreign consuls. 

India rubber springs used exclusively for rail- 
road cars. 

Indorsement of a negotiable instrument which 
is stamped. 

Interest paid to depositors in savings banks. 

Iron, pig, muck-bar, blooms, slabs, railroad and 
railroad re-rolled. 

Iron axels. 



Iron bridges. 

Iron castings, malleable, unfinished. 

Iron chains. 

Iron drain and sewer pipes. 



'UTE for textile or felting purposes. 



K 



EYS, actions and strings for musical instru- 



ments 



V 







ange mineral. 
I productions of. 



LATHS. 
Lead, in ingots, pigs or bars. 
Lectures 

Legacies (see " Property"). 
Lime. 
Lithargjj 
Lithogi 
Loops, lrol 
Lubricating <$l made from crude petroleum, coal 

or shale,, in specific gravity not over 36° 

Banmels -hydrometer. 
Lumber. ' 

\yf ACHINES driven by horse power and used 

iVJL exclusively for cutting firewood, staves, and 

shingle bolts. 
Machinery for the manufacture of sugar, sirup 
and molasses from sorghum, imphee, beets 
and corn. 
Machinery of telescopes for astronomical pur- 
poses. 
Magnesia, calcined. 

Magnesia, carbonate of. 

Magnesium. 

Malleable iron castings, unfinished. 

Malt. 

Manganese. 

Maps. 

Masts and deck plugs. 

Marble. 

Matchwood. 

Mattresses, feathers. 

Mead. 

Meal from grain. 

Medicinal waters of all kinds, sold in bottles or 
from fountains. 

Medicines made for exportation wholly or in 

• part of domestic spirits. 

Medicines upon receipe or prescription of a phy- 
sician. 

Mills for the manufacture of sugar, sirup, and 
molasses from sorghum, imphee, beets and 
corn. 

Mill stones, rough or wrought. 

Mineral coal of all kinds. 

Mineral waters of all kinds sold in bottles or 
from fountains. 

Molasses made from beets, corn sugar-maple, or 
from sorghum or imphee, or from other arti- 
cles than the sugar-cane. 

Monuments of stone of all kinds, of not over 
$100 in value. 

Monuments erected by public or private contri- 
butions to commemorate the service of Union 
soldiers who have fallen in battle. 

Morphine. 

Mouldings for looking-glasses and picture- 
frames. 

Mountings of telescopes for astronomical pur- 
poses. 

Mowers. 

Muck bar iron. 

Muriatic acid. 

NAPHTHA when used or consumed on prem- 
ises for fuel or cleaning. 
Newspapers. 
Nickel. 
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Nitric acid. 

Nuts of wrought iron. 

OAKUM. 
Official instruments, etc., issued by United 
States, state, county or municipal officers. 
Oleic acid. 
Orange mineral. 
Ore crude (see crude oil). 

Original paintings, statues and groups of statu- 
ary. 
Oxide of zinc. 

P~ ACKINO boxes of wood. 
Pail ears and handles. 

Painters' colors. 

Paints. 

Palliasses, feather. 

Paper stainers' colors. 

Paraffine. 

Paraffine oil, in specific gravity not over 36° 
Baume's Hydrometer, a residuum of distillation 
or the products thereof. 

Parasols, and stocks and frame for the same. 

Paris white. 

Patent alum. 

Patterns used by founders. 

Pearl ashes. 

Peat. 

Pensions, papers relating to 

Perfumery and preparations made for exporta- 
tion wholly or in part of domestic spirits. 

Petroleum, crude (See crude petroleum). 

Phosphorus. 

Photographs or any other sun-picture, being 
copies of engravings or works of art, when 
sold by producers for not over fifteen cents 
each, wholesale, or when used for the illus- 
tration of books. 

Physicians for medicines with which to make up 
prescriptions for patients. 

Pickles sold by gallon, and not in glass pack- 
ages. 

Pig iron. 

Pillows, feather. 

Pipe boxes. 

Planters. 

Ploughs. 

Poles for carriages, not ironed or finished. 

Pot and pearl ashes. 

Premiums returned by mutual life insurance 
companies to policy holders. 

Printed matter. 

Printers' ink. 

Printing paper of all descriptions. 

Process commenced by the United States or any 
State. 

Property passing to husband or wife of person 
who died possessed. 

Property not over $1000 in value, passing to 
minor child. 

Prussiate of potash. 

Purchases by the United States. 

Putty. 

QUICKSILVER. 
Quinine. 

RAILROAD chairs and fish plates 
Railroad iron. 

Railroad iron re-rolled. 

Railroad spikes. 

Reapers. 

Red lead. 

Red oil. 

Repairs of articles of all kinds. 

Residuums, the product of mineral, vegetable, or 
animal substances, drawn from stills after dis- 
tillation. 

Retorts made of clay. 



Eivets of wrought iron. 
Roman and water cements. 
Roofing slate, slabs, and tiles. 
Ropes made of vegetable fibre. 

QAILS. 

O Saleratus. 

Sal-soda. 

Saltpetre. 

Salts of tin. 

Savings banks without capital stock, &c. 

Savings banks, interest paid depositors. 

School exhibitions. 

Seed-drills. 

Separators. 

Sewer-pipes of clay. 

Sewer-pipes of iron. 

Shafts for carriages, not ironed or finished. 

Sheathing metal, yellow, not beyond rods or 
sheets. 

Shingles. 

Ship and vessel blocks. 

Ship and boat spikes. 

Ships, gross receipts if paying tonnage duty. 

Shoes, for horses, mules, or oxen. 

Shooks. 

Silex used in the manufacture of glass. 

Silicate of soda. 

Silver plate, not over 40 oz. Troy, used by one 
family and belonging to one person. 

Silver plate, belonging to religious societies, sou- 
venirs and keepsakes not kept for use, and pre- 
miums awarded as a token of merit. 

Sirup, made from beets, corn, sugar maple, or 
from sorghum or imphee. 

Slatestone. 

Small wares used in the manufacture of hoop- 
skirts. 

Soap, valued at not over 3 cents per lb. 

Soapstone. 

Soda, caustic, crude, &c. 

Sodium. 

Spars., 

Spelter. 

Spikes, boat and ship. 

Spindles. 

Spokes. 

Springs of steel used exclusively for vehicles, 
cars, or locomotives. 

Starch. 

Statues and groups of statuary original. 

Staves. 

Stereotypers, productions of. 

Steel, made from iron advanced beyond muckbar, 
blooms, clubs, or loops, in ingots, bars, rail, 
made and fitted for railroads, sheet, plate, coil, 
or wire. 

Stills, or apparatus used by druggists, &c, for 
the recovery of alcohol used in distilling. 

Stone water-pipes. 

Stoves, made of cast iron and sheet iron, or of 
soapstone, firebrick, or freestone, with or with- 
out cast iron or sheet iron ; if the cast and sheet 
iron has paid a tax. 

Strawcutters. 

Strings for musical instruments. 

Sugar made from beefs, corn, sugar maple, or 
from sorghum or imphee ; or from other arti- 
cles than the sugar-cane. 

Sulphate of alumina. 

Sulphate of barytes. 

Sulphur. 

Sulphur-flour. 

TAR and crude turpentine. 
Tarred paper. 
Tents made by sewing from articles that have 

paid a tax. 
Thimble skeins. 
Threshing machines. 



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Tiles made of clay. 

Timber, partially wrought and unfinished for 

chairs, tubs, pails, hubs, spokes, felloes, snaths, 

lasts, shovel and fork handles. 
Tin in ingots, pigs or bars. 
Tin cans used for preserved meats, fish, shellfish, 

fruits, vegetables, jams, jellies, paints, oils, and 

spices. 
Tire, of steel, used exclusively for vehicles, cars, 

or locomotives. 
Tree-nail wedges. 
Tub ears and handles. 

UMBRELLAS, and sticks and frames for the 
same. 
U mbrella-stretchers. 
United States, goods purchased by the. 

VALUE of bullion used in the manufacture of 
wares, watches, and watch-cases, and bul- 
lion prepared for the use of platers and watch- 
makers. 

Vegetable alkaloids. 

Vegetable oils. 

Verdigris. 

Vessels paying tonnage duty. 

Vinegar. 

Vintners, selling wine of their own growth at the 
place where it is made. 

Vises of wrought iron. 



WARP for weaving, braiding, or manufactur- 
ing purpose exclusively. 

Warrant of attorney accompanying stamped bond 
or note. 

Washers of wrought iron. 

Water cements. 

Whale oil. 

Wheels for carriages, not ironed or finished. 

White and red lead. 

Whiting. 

Window glass of all kinds. 

Wine made of grapes, currants, or other fruits, 
and rhubarb. 

Winnowing mills. 

Wire made from wire less than No. 20 wire guage, 
upon which a tax has been paid as wire ; and 
no manufactured wire shall pay a greater tax 
than that imposed on No. 20 wire guage. 

Wooden handles for agricultural, household, and 
mechanical tools and implements. 

Wooden tanks. 

Wooden ware. 

YARN for weaving, braiding, or manufactur- 
ing purposes exclusively. 
Yeast powders. 
Yellow sheathing metal not bey ond rods or sheets. 

PVINC in ingots or sheets. 



SPECIAL TAXES. 



AGENTS of domestic insurance compa- 
nies $ 10 

If annual receipts as such agent do 

exceed $100 5 

Agents of foreign insurance companies .50 

Apothecaries, whose annual gross receipts 
are not less than $1000 ... 10 

Whose annual gross receipts are less 

than $1000 exempt 

Architects 10 

Assayers, assaying gold or silver of a val- 
ue not exceeding, annually, $250,000 100 

Of a value exceeding $250,000 and not 
exceeding $500,000 . . . .200 
Of a value exceeding $500,000 . 500 
Auctioneers, whose annualsales do not ex- 
ceed $10,000 10 

Whose annual sales exceed $10,000 20 



BANKS, savings, having no capital 
stock, and whose business is confined 
to receiving deposits, and loaning or in- 
vesting the same for the beneni of de- 
positors ; and which do no other busi- 
ness of banking .... exempt 

Chartered or organized under a gen- 
eral law, with a capital not exceeding 
the sum of $50,000 .... 100 

And for every $1000 additional . . 2 

Bankers, with capital not exceeding the 

sum of $50,000 100 

And for every $1000 additional . . 2 

Barges, (see Boats) 

Billiard-tables, each .... 10 

Boats, floated or towed by tug-boats or 
horses, and used exclusively for carry- 
ing coal, &c, to market, if over 25 tons 
and not over 100 tons .... 5 

Exceeding 100 tons ... 10 

Bowling-alleys, each .... 10 



Brewers 100 

Making less than 500 barrels per year 50 
Brokers, (see titles of the several classes 

of Brokers) 50 

Builders ...... 10 

Burning-fluid and camphene, distillers of 50 
Butchers, whose annual gross receipts are 

not less than $1000 .... 10 

Whose annual gross receipts are less 

than $1000 exempt 

Who retail butcher's meat exclusive- 
ly, and from carts .... 5 

CAMPHENE and burning fluid, distillers 
of 

Cattle-brokers, whose annual sales do not 

exceed $10,000 
And for each additional $1000 

Circuses 

Civil engineers .... 

Claim-agents .... 

Coal-oil distillers 

Coffee, grinders of 

Commercial brokers 

Common carriers, whose receipts 

ceed $600 per annum 

Concert halls 

Confectioners, whose annual gross receipts 

are not less than $1000 
W T hose annual gross receipts are less 

than $1000 ..... exempt 

Contractors 25 

Conveyancers io 

Custom-house brokers .... 10 

DEALERS, wholesale, whose annual 
sales do not exceed $50,000 . . 50 
And for each additional $1000 (month- 
ly) 1 

In liquors, whose annual sales do not 
exceed $50,000 100 



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And for each additional $1000 (month- 
ly) 1 

Retail 10 

Retail, in liquors » ... 25 

Dentists 10 

Distillers 100 

Of apples, grapes, or peaches, making 

50 and less than 150 barrels per year . 50 

Making less than 50 barrels per year 20 

Of burning fluid and camphene . 50 

EATING-HOUSES, whose annual gross 
receipts are not less than $1000 . 10 

In which liquors are sold by retail, to 
be drank upon the premises, an aditional 

tax of 25 

Engineers, civil . . . . . 10 
Exhibitions, or shows not otherwise pro- 
vided for 10 

Express carriers and agents, whose re- 
ceipts exceed $1000 annually . . 10 

TREATS, (see Boats) 



GAS-FITTERS 
Gift enterprises 
Grinders of coffee or spices 



10 
150 

100 



HORSE-DEALERS . . . 10 

Hotels, if yearly rental is not more 
than $200, and if annual gross receipts 
are less than $1000 .... 10 

And for every $100 additional or frac- 
tional part 5 

In which liquors are sold by retail to 
be drank upon the premises, an addition- 
al tax of 25 

INSURANCE agents .... 10 
If annual receipts as such agent do not 

exceed $100 5 

Selling tickets for insurance against 
injury in traveling . exempt 

Of foreign companies ... 50 

Intelligence-office keepers ... 10 



JACKS, owners of 
Jugglers 

LAND-WARRANT brokers 
Lawyers 

Livery-stable keepers 
Lottery-ticket dealers 



10 

20 

25 

10 

10 

100 



MANUFACTURERS .... 10 
Miners, whose annual receipts as 

such are not less than $1000 ... 10 
Miners, whose annual receipts as such are 

less than $1000 exempt 

Museums 100 

PATENT agents 10 
Patent-right dealers ... 10 
Pawnbrokers, employing a capital not ex- 
ceeding $50,000 50 

And every $1000 in excess of $50,000 . 2 
Peddlers, when traveling with more than 

two horses or mules .... 50 



When traveling with two horses or 

mules 25 

When traveling with with one horse or 

mule 15 

When traveling on foot ... 10 
Of distilled spirits, fermented liquors, 
or wines, dry goods, foreign or domestic, 
in pieces or packages .... 50 

Of jewelry 50 

Of fish, traveling from place to place, 
and not from any shop or stand, and not 
from hand-carts, or wheelbarrows . 5 

Of charcoal, newspapers, Bibles, or 
religious tracts only, and of shell or other 
fish from handcarts or wheelbarrows exempt 

Photographers . 10 

Physicians 10 

Plumbers 10 

Produce-brokers, whose sales do not ex- 
ceed $10,000 annually .... 10 
Public exhibitions for money ... 10 

REAL estate agents .... 10 
Rectifiers, who rectify not exceeding 
500 barrels of 40 gallons each . . 25 

And for every 500 barrels additional 
or part thereof .... 25 

Retail dealers whose annual gross receipts 
are not less than $1000 .... 10 
In liquors , 25 

SAVINGS banks having no capital stock, 
and whose business is confined to re- 
ceiving deposits and loaning or invest- 
ing the same for the benefit of its depos- 
itors, and which do no other business of 

banking exempt 

Shows, for money 10 

Spices, grinders of 100 

Stallions, owners of 10 

Steamers and vessels, which provide food 

and lodging for passengers ... 25 
Surgeons 10 

TAVERNS, if yearly rental is not more 
than $200, and if annual gross re- 
ceipts are not less than $1000 . . 10 

And for every $100 additional or frac- 
tional part 5 

In which liquors are sold by retail to 
be drank on the premises an additional 

tax of 25 

Theatres 100 

Tobacconists 10 

WHOLESALE dealers, whose annual 
sales do not exceed $50,000 . . 50 

And for every $1000 in excess of $50,000 1 

In liquors, whose annual sales do not 
exceed $50,000 100 

And for every $1000 in excess of 
$50,000 1 

Where the annual gross receipts qf 
apothecaries, butchers, confectioners, 
keepers of eating-houses, hotels, inns, 
or taverns, or retail dealers, except re- 
tail dealers in spirituous or malt liquors, 
shall not exceed the sum of $1000, the 
special tax shall not be imposed upon 
them. 



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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS WORK. 



ab. above. 

agt. agent. 

al. alley. 

Ala. Alabama. 

asst. assistant. 

av. avenue. 

bel. below. 

bet. between. 

bds. boards. 

bldg. building. 

blk. block. 

Cal. California. 

(col'd) colored. 

com. raer. commission 

merchant, 
c. or cor. corner, 
elk. clerk, 
ct. court. 
Del. Delaware. 



E. east. 

es. east side. 

est. estajte. 

forwd. forwarding. 

Ga. Georgia. 

Ill Illinois. 

Ind. Indiana. 

indp. independent. 

insp. inspector. 

Ky. Kentucky. 

La. Louisiana. 

la. lane. 

lab. laborer. 

Md. Maryland. 

Mass. Massachusetts. 

Mich. Michigan. 

Miss. Mississippi. 

mkr. maker. 

mnfr. manufacturer. 



Mo. Missouri. 

Neb. Nebraska. 

N. north. 

N. J. New Jersey. 

N. Y. New York. 

ne. north-east. 

nr. near. 

ns. north side. 

nw. north-west. 

op. opposite. 

Penn. Pennsylvania. 

pi. place. 

P. O. post office. 

pres. president. 

prod, produce. 

pub. public. 

rd. road. 

r. residence. 

R. R. Railroad. 



R. I. Rhode Island. 

Rev. reverend. 

S. south. 

se. south-east. 

ss. south side. 

sw. south-west. 

sec. secretary. 

supt. superintendent. 

Tenn. Tennessee. 

trans, transportation. 

treas. treasurer. 

Vt. Vermont. 

Va. Virginia. 

W. west. 

Wash. Washington. 

ws. west side. 

whol. wholesale. 

wid. widow. 

Wis. Wisconsin. 



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rangement of names. For full Indices to the contents of the work, and names too late for 
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ABBETT Charles H. (L. & C. H. 
Abbett), r. 35 Va. av. 
Abbett John B. r. 164 Va. av. 
Abbett Lawson, (L. & C. H. Abbett), 

r. 35 Va. av. 
ABBETT L. & C. H. (Lawson & Chas. 

H. Abbett), physicians and sur- 
geons, 35 Va. av. 
Abbett William, (J. W. Adams & Co.) 

bds. 35 Va. av. 
Abbott Dudley H. musician, bds. 263 

S. Meridian 
Abbott Miss Eliza, mantua mkr. bds. 

171 S. Alabama 
Abel Charles brewer, C. F. Schmidt, r. 

62 Wyoming 
Abker Henry, Cabinet Makers' Union. 
Abker William, CabinetMakers' Union. 

13 



Aborn Orrin, physician, E. Market op. 

P.O. 
Abrams John, book keeper, J. George 

Stiltz, r. 129 N". Noble 
ABROMET ADOLPHUS, agt. ^Etna 

Ins. Co. ^Etna Building, nr. P. O. 

r. 353 S. Del. 

Aby J. R. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Ache J. carpenter, r. 11 S. Meridian 

Achey H. Mrs. r. 17 W. Ken. av. 

Achey Joseph, carpenter, r. 13 S. Meri- 
dian 

Acht John, painter, r. 788 N. Miss. 

Ackert Geo. F. clerk, Asher & Adams, 
bds. Pyle House 



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Acres Thornton, plasterer, bds. 267 W. 
Merrill 

Adams Andrew J. cooper, Daniel Bur- 
ton, bds. Douglas 

Adams A. Y. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, U}4 E. Wash. 

Adams Chas. (col'd,) sexton. Strange 
Chapel. 

Adams Chas. A. conductor city R. R. 
bds. Neiman House 

Adams Chas. E. cooper, r. 198 Minerva 

Adams Charles S. tinner, Munson & 
Johnston, bds. 75 McCarty 

Adams E. C. bds. Hamilton House 

Adams Edward L. student, at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO. John H. Ohr, 

agent, 12 E. Wash. 
Adams E. W.bds. Neiman House. 
ADAMS GEORGE F. lumber dealer, 

169 Bates, r. 30 N. Del. 
Adams George II. (Asher & Adams), 

r. National rd. junction of Brook- 

ville rd. 
Adams George Win. r. 26 Iowa 
Adams Henry C. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's, Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Adams Henry C. baliff, r. 115 S. N. J. 
Adams Hubbard S. watchman, B . R. R. 

144 Winston 
Adams James M. student. Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24 >£ E. Wash. 
Adams Jesse C. brick yard, r. 297. N. 

Del. 
Adams John W. (J. W. Adams & Co.,) 

r. 430 N. 111. 
Adams Justus C. brickmaker, 297 N. 

Del. 
Adams J.W.&Co., (John W. Adams, 

and Will iam Abbett, ) boots & shoes, 

49 & 53 W. Wash. 
Adams Levi P. cooper, r. 196 Minerva 
Adams Peter, (col'd) porter, Nimrod 

Keneaster, r. 33>£ N. 111. 
Adams Rosamond II. Miss, teacher, 

bds. 74 E.Mich. 
Adams Samuel, lawyer and notary 

public, 45 E. Wash. r. 297 N.Del. 



Adams Samuel C. brick yard, r. 297 N- 
Del. 

Adams Thomas II. cooper, Dan. Coop- 
er, r. 248 N. Blake 

Adams Wesley M. carpenter, r. 310 N. 
111. 

Adams William, (col'd) lab. r. Eliza- 
beth, se. City Hospital 

Adams William, plasterer, arsenal, r. 
7 Peru 

Adams William L. (Hume, Adams & 
Co.) r. 165 N. Ala. 

Adams Wm. T. student at Gregory's. 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Adkins G. W. bds. Snelson House 

Adsit Charles S. clerk, Geo. K. Share & 
Co. bds. 24 W.Mich. 

^ETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY, of Hartford, Conn. ^Etna 
bldg. 

./Etna Life Insurance Company, 23 E. 

Wash. 
Affantranger S. J. blacksmith, r. 215 

\V. North 
Afton Anthony, clerk, r. 277 S. N. J. 
Agitkam John, cabinet maker, r. US 

Winston 
Ahlbrand Ephraim, wagon maker, bds. 

240 S. Del. 
Ahlbrand William, wagon maker, 237 

S. Del. r. S. Del. 
Ahlders Ahlrich, harness maker, bds. 

21 N. N. J. 
Ahrenz Henry, cabinet maker, r. 415 

E. Wash. 
Aikins Milt, teamster, bds. 131 Huron 
Aikman John B. (Roll, Kimble & Aik- 

man,) r. 7th, cor N. Tenn. 
Akan Abraham, grocery store, r. 226 

New York 
Aker Ellis L. carpenter, r. 9 Forest 
Akers James, lab. D. Root & Co. bds. 26 

Willard 
Akin Daniel, varnisher, r. 42 Rose 
Akin John B. r. 3d, cor. N. Tenn 
Akin Lewis G. elk. bds. N. Tenn. cor- 

3d 
Albert Ephraim, grocer, Plum, bet. 

Cherry and Vine, r. same 
Albert Jacob A. school teacher, bds. 

Plum, N. Cherry 
Albert John W. carriage trimmer, r. 

Plum, nr. Cherry 
Albert Lawson H. lab. r. 356 W. North 
Albertsmeyer Daniel, lab. r. 172 Union 
Albrecht Geo. A. varnisher, Cabinet 

Makers' Union, r. 182 N. Davidson 
Albro Henrv O. foreman Chandler & 

Taylor, ir. 311 S. Delaware 
Aldag August, shoemaker, r. 581 E^ 

Wash. 
ALDAG CHARLES, Boots and Shoes* 

175 E. Wash. r. same 



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Aldag Charles L. shoemaker, r, 199 N. 
Liberty 

Aldag Louis, shoemaker, r. 78 N. 
Liberty 

Aldrich Chauncey, carpenter, r. 425 E. 
St. Clair 

Aldrich Franklin. (Aldrich & Gay,) r. 
280 W. Market 

Aldrich John D. carpenter, Hilclebrand 
& Henschen, r. 244 N. Davidson 

Aldrich Maggie, bds. 425 E. St. Clair 

ALDRICH & GAY, (Franklin Aldrich 
& Alfred Gay,) wood yard, 200 W. 
Mich. 

Alear Andrew, blacksmith, r. Keeley's 
Addition 

Alexander A. Mrs, r. 142 E. McCarty 

Alexander Albert, (Holland & Alex- 
ander,) bds. 2G8 E. St. Clair 

Alexander Albert W. student at Bry- 
ant, Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 
& Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Alexander Charles H. student, bds. 332 
E. Ohio 

Alexander Christina, wid. John E. r. 
W. Indianapolis 

Alexander Irwin, teamster, r. Clinton 
al. 

Alexander Joseph, carpenter, r. 173 
Huron 

Alexander M. C. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Alexander North E. binder, Herald of- 
fice, r. 181 N. Del. 

Alexander Theodore, salesman, L. H. 
Tyler & Co. r. 37 Ky av. 

ALFORD, TALBOT & CO. (Thomas 
G. Alford, Richard L. Talbot, John 
P. Patterson and William H. Mor- 
rison,) grocers, 2 Morrison's Block, 
S. Meridian 

Alford Thomas G. (Alford, Talbot & 
Co.) r. 175 X. Ala. 

Algeo Samuel, elk. Foster, Holloway & 
Co. r. 288 E. South 

Alger Freeman, student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
BusinesS College, Blackford's 
Block, bds. Collins House 

Alhand Francis, fireman, I. & C. R. R. 
bds. 57 Maple 

Alkire A. S. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Allaire Andrew B. (Stirk & Allaire), 
r. Keeley's Row, Clinton al. 

Allaire James P. builder, r. 95 Jack- 
son 

Allaire Peter, bricklayer, r. 346 N. 
Winston 

Allen Mrs. A. C. music teacher, r. 98 



E., N. Y. 



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Allen Archibald C. Rev. r. 98 E., N. Y. 
Allen Austin W. (Dow & Allen), r. 176 

S. N. J. 
Allen A. W. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Allen Charles, (col'd) lab. r. Elm nr. 

Pine 
Allen Edward, (col'd) brakeman St. 

Louis R. R. r. 170 W. Ga. 
Allen Eliza J. wid. r. 311 1ST. Ala. 
Allen Ellen, servant, 260 S. Noble 
Allen Emma, writing teacher, J. Rider, 

bds. Meridian cor. N. Y. 
Allen Frances, wid. Lewis, tailoress, 

115 N. Mo. 
Allen Gregory, student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
ALLEN HENRY, livery and sale sta- 
ble, 25 and 27 E. Pearl, r. 130 W. 

Vt. 
Allen Henry S. salesman, L. H. Tyler 

& Co. bds. Oriental House 
Allen Jacob B. brickmason, r. W. end 

Morris 
Allen James, printer, 281 N. Miss. 
Allen James, silversmith, bds. 101 N. 

Liberty 
Allen Jennie, chambermaid, Bates 

Hous« 
Allen John, (col'd) lab. r. Camp Car- 

rington, cor. 6th 
Allen Joseph, (col'd) lab. r. 346 W. 

North 
Allen Joseph H. weaver, res. 27 Cal. 
Allen Nana, (Perrin & Allen,) r. 3QU 

E. Wash. 
Allen Ottawa, student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 
Allen Robert, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

r. 281 N. Miss. 
Allen S. M. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>< E. Wash. 
Allen Thomas, (col'd) cook, Patterson 

House, r. 329 Mass. av. 
Allen Thomas, cook Snelson House. 

Allen William, (Sinker & Co.) r. 141 

Meek 
Allington John, ins. agt. bds. 293 Ind. 

av. 
Allison Joseph E. plasterer, r. Fletch- 
er av. bet. Pine and Noble 
Allison Mary. M. wid. Calvin J. r. 52 

N. Penn. 
Allison R. C. grocer, N. J. cor. Va. av. 

r. 171 S.N. J. 
Allison Thomas S. plasterer, r. 94 S. 

Liberty 
Allred Garrison W. city sexton, r. 215 

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Allyn Emma A. Miss, teacher Indiana 
Female College, r. same 

Alt John, painter, r. Ellen, nr. North 

Altland Hiram, varnisherr. 433 E. Vt. 

Altland Samuel T. carpenter, r. 179 N. 
Spring 

Altmann Herman, barkeeper, r. 172 
Union 

Alvey James H. (Donaldson & Alvey,) 
r. 21 W. North 

Alvord Edwin B. (E. B. Alvord & Co.; 
r. 334 N. Ill* 

ALVORD, E. B. & CO. (Edwin B. and 
James C. Alvord,) groceries and 
liquors, 1 x\lvord's Block, Meridian 
cor. Ga. 

Alvord Elijah S. pres. Citizens St. Rail- 
way, 192 N. Penn. 

Alvord James C. (E. B. Alvord & Co.,) 
bds. 334 ST. 111. 

Alward Samuel, (Pee, Conduit & Co.,) 
r. 83 E. Mich. 

Amberg Charles, machinist, r. 422 N. 
N.J. 

Ambrose Morris, lab. I. fe C. R. R. 
shops 

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY, 
J. Butterfield agt. 34 E. Wash. 

American Horse Insurance and De- 
tective Co. Vinton's Block 

Ames Charles T. (J. W. Iredell & Co.,) 
bds. 82 S. N. J. 

Ames Deloss, messenger American Ex- 
press Co. bds. 154 N. N. J. 

Ames James, piano maker, bds. Macy 
House 

Ames Thomas, r. 218 N. Davidson 

Ammcn Otto, engineer, r. S. Del. near 
Merrill 

Amos Aquilla, gas-fitter, Coulter & 
White 

Amos Isaac, gas-fitter, r. 316 E. North 

Amos James, spinner, r. 27 N. Blake 

Amos Samuel, bds. 39 N. 111. 

Amos Thomas D. bailiff, r. 218 N. Da- 
vidson 

Amos William H. brick mason, r. 316 
E. North 

Anacher John, carpenter, r. 124 Hos- 
brook 

Anderson Augustus, student at Bry- 
ant, Stratton & Co's. Commercial 
and Business College, Blackfrd t s 
Block 



ANDERSON, BULLOCK & STAR- 
RETT, (James T. Anderson, James 
B. Bullock, and James Starrett,) 
Hardware, 62 S. Meridian 

Anderson Charles, carpenter, r. 177 E. 
Market 

Anderson Charles J. student at Bry- 
ant, Stratton & Co."s Commer- 
cial and Business CoLLEGE,Black- 
ford's blk. 

Anderson Cynthia, wid. George, r. 177 
E. Market 

Anderson David, carpenter, r. 70 Ind. 
av. 

Anderson E. H. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Black ford's blk. 

Anderson George, carpenter, r. 177 E. 
Market 

Anderson Geo. P. (Anderson & James,) 
r. 279 E. South 

Anderson Henry, carpenter, r. 177 E. 
Market 

Anderson James, carpenter, r. 177 E. 
Market 

Anderson James, stableman, Long & 
Birch, 15 Circle 

Anderson James D. plasterer, r. 771 N. 
Miss. 

Anderson James T. (Anderson, Bul- 
lock & Starrett,) r. 19 Cherry 

Anderson James W. elk. American Ex- 
press, r. 190 N. East 

Anderson Jerome S. (Horn, Anderson 
<fcCo.) r. 70 W.N. Y. 

Anderson John, carpenter, bds. 366 W. 
Vt. 

Anderson John, carpenter, r. 177 E. 
• Market 

Anderson John, smith I. & C. R. R. bds. 
65 S. East 

Anderson Julia, waiter, Palmer House 

Anderson Lerov J. bar-keeper, James 
Basey, bds. 23 N. 111. 

Anderson Martin, plasterer, r. 315 Mer- 
rill 

Anderson Matthew, lab. bds. 10 W.Ga. 

Anderson Milton, (Greenleaf & Ander- 
son,) bds. 57 Eddy 

Anderson Randolph W. carpenter, r. 
435 E. Ga. 

Anderson Robert, bricklayer, r. 394 N. 
Del. 

Anderson Susan Mrs. 315 E. Merrill 

Anderson Thos. carpenter, r. N. West 
bet. North and St. Clair 

Anderson Wm. elk. J. F. Wingate, bds. 
177 E. Market 

Anderson Wm. K. teamster, r. 139 2d 

ANDERSON & JONES, (George P. 
Anderson and Barton D. Jones,) 
Real Estate and Insurance Agents, 
8 Blackford's blk. 

Andra John, saddles and harness, 224 
E. Wash, r 326 E. N. Y. 



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Andrew John, elk. John C.Weinburger, 

r. 138 S. Meridian 
ANDREWS JAMES D. district supt. 

Merchants' Union Express Co. 42 

E. Wash. 
Andrews Alfred A. cigar mkr. Peter 

Kretsch, bds. 88 Ky. av. 
Andrews Alexander, r. 298 S. 111. 
Andrews Lyman N. Geifl Agent I. P. 

& C. R. R. office, freight depot, N. 

J. r. 444 N. Tenn. 
Andrews Robert, heater rolling mill, 

r. 236 S. Mo. 
Andrews Samtiel B. photographic gal- 
lery, 33 W. Wash. r. 82 Ft, Wayne 

av. 
Angus AV alter W. instructor. Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum 
Anhorn Eibert, painter, B. H. De Turk, 

r. 118 E. Pratt 
Anhorn P. varnisher, Spiegel, Thorns 

&Co. 
Ankenbrook Henry, drayman, r. 351 

S. Del. 
Annan Charles, salesman, C. C. Wil- 
liams, bds. Pyle House 
Ante Jacob, grocer and provision dea- 
ler, 299 S. Del. r. same 
Anthes Jacob, Metropolitan Theatre, 

470 S. N. J. 
Anthonv David, carpenter, bds. 19 S. 

West 
Anthony Emma, wid. of David, rooms 7 

and '8— 10 Bates House 
Anthony John, hostler, street R. R. 

stables 
Anthony Joshua, carpenter, r. Ind. av. 

nr.St. Clair 
Antles Esther A. Mrs. r. 373 E. Ga. 
Antong Anthonv, porter, Stewart & 

Morgan, 40 E. Wash. 
Antrim James M. teamster, bds. 58 

Cherry 
Antrim Levi, cabinet mkr. r. 58 Cherry 
Antrim Wm. H. teamster, r. 58 Cherry 
Apperson Isaac H. driver, City R. R. r. 

256 Madison av. 
Apperson Isaac M. r. 256 Madison av. 
APPLE GEORGE W. photographic 

gallery. 96 E. Wash. 

Apple John W, student at N. W. C. 

University 
Appleby Robert, car repairer, St. R. R. 

bds. California House 
Applegate Americus S. elk. J. A. Mc- 

Gaw. bds. 153 W. Md. 
Applegate A. W. stencil cutter, bds. 

Macy House 
Applegate Berg, salesman, E. B. Al- 

vord & Co. r. 194 E. Mich. 
Appleton Preston, (col'd) lab. r. 114 

Ash 
April Alonzo, basket mkr. John Bast, 

bds. 111. c. Ray 



Arbuckle Matthew, (Witt & Arbuckle), 
r. nw. c.Jackson and St. Clair. 

Arbuthnot Thomas, painter, r. Minerva 
bet. N. Y. and Vt. 

Arch James, (col'd) lab. W. H. L. No- 
ble, r. S. end Madison av. 

Arlington John, gen'l agt. Guardian 
Life Ins. Co. office 4 Blackford's 
Block, res. Ind av. 

Arly Peter, lab. r. Stevens, nr. Va. av. 

Armbruster F. Emil, saloon, 439 W. 

Wash. 
Armbuster John J. saloon, r. 79 West 

Armentrout Lavina Mrs. r. 122 E 

Pratt 
Armstrong George F. ex. mess. bds. 

22 Fletcher av. 
Armstrong James, dry goods, r. 75 E. 

Ohio 
Armstrong J. T. student at Gregory's 

National Business College op 

Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 
Armstrong William (col'd) lab. r. 225 

N. Tenn. 
Armstrong William Rev. r. 497 N. Me- 
ridian 
Armstrong William S. book-keeper, 

Vinnedge & Jones, bds. 132 N. Ala. 

ARNHOLTER HENRY, saddle and 

harness maker, 225 E. Wash. r. 

same 
Arnholter William, harness maker, r. 

225 E.Wash. 
Arnold Peter, lab. r. 17 N. N. J. 
Arnold John P. carpenter, r. 474 S. 

Tenn, 
Arnold Samuel, fireman, C. & I. C. R. 

R. bds. 452 E. Ga. 
Arnold William, fireman, I. &C. R. W. 
Aron Adolphus, salesman, L. II: Tyler 

& Co., r. 323 N. 111. 
Arthur Thomas, moulder, r. 272 S. 111. 
Arthur William, stone cutter, r. 215 

W. Mich. 
Asbury Chapel, (Methodist) ws. N. J. 

bet. La. and South 
Asch Franklin, lab. 22 alley nr. E. Ga. 
Aseawright James, student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Ash Frank, lab. Union Depot. 
Asher & Adams, (John R. Asher and 

George H. Adams.) book and map 

publishers. 76 E. Market 
Asher John R. (Asher & Adams) r. 181 

S. N. J. 
Ashley George T. carpenter, r. 126 

Spring 
Ashmead Jacob N. r. 360 N. Noble 
Ashmead John S. carpenter, r. 360 N. 

Noble 
Ashmead Seely W. engineer, bds. 360 

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Askins Elizabeth wid. Patrick, r. 311 

E. St. Clair 
Asmah Louis, saloon keeper, bds. 12G 

Ind. av. 
Asmus Louis C. saloon, 199 Ind. av. r. 

same 
Astlev Samuel C. elk. Dawson & Coors 

bds. 337 N. East 
Astun Joseph, boarding house, r. 44 S. 

Tenn. 
Atherton Samuel, carpenter, r. 23 Cen- 
tre 
Athon James S. physician, r. 158 N. 

N.J. 
Athon James S. jr., elk. r. 158 N". K". J. 
Atkin John B. r. cor. 3d and Tenn. 
ATKINS E. C. & CO. (Elias C. Atkins, 

J. Henry Kappes and Henry Knip- 

penberg,) saw manufacturers, 216 

S. 111. 
Atkins Elias C. (E. C. Atkins & Co.,) 

r. 283 N. Penn. 
Atkins George AV. saw maker, bds. 

Snelson House 
Atkinson Benaiah, (Atkinson & Bar- 
ker,) bds. Walker House 
Atkinson Benjamin, Walker House, 

297 W. Wash, and butcher, 153 W. 

Wash. r. 297 W. Wash. 
Atkinson Clayton, elk. bds. 297 W. 

Wash. 
Atkinson Eliza, wid. William, r. 239 

S. Del. 
Atkinson Joseph H. r. 237 S. Del. 
Atkinson P. S. student at Bryant 

Stratton & Co's. Commercial 

College, Blackford's blk. 
Atkinson Thomas J. house and sign 

painter, 183 1ST. Liberty, r. same 
Atkinson & Barker. (Benajah Atkin- 
son & Samuel Barker) butcher's 

153 W. Wash. 
Atlantic Time Line, 82 Vir. av. 
Altridge Richard, foreman carpenter 

shop, BR. R. L. car works, r. 

Davison nr. Winston 
Audi Andrew, bds. Concordia House 
Audass William, bds. California House 
Audenreid John, hostler, Little's Hotel 

bds same 
Aufderhaide William, Cabinet Makers 

Union, r. Davidson, nr. N. Y. 
Aufderheide Gottfried, painter, r. 275 

N. Davidson 



Aufderheide John H. r. 241 N. David- 
son 

Aufderheide Joseph, expressman, r. 
432 E. Vt. 

Aug Albert, hack driver, r. 302 ST. 
Blake 

Ausrhinbaugh Charles, dry goods, r. 
28 W. Mich. 

Aughinbaugh C. R. dry goods, 77 E, 
Wash. r. 20 W. Mich. 

Anghinbaugh Edward L. elk. Brown- 
ing & Sloan, r. 145 "N. Meridian 

Aughinbaugh Perry, cigars & tobacco, 
63 Mass. av. r. cor. JN. Y. and Me- 
ridian 

Aughinbangh Sarah, wid. Henry P. 
boarding house 145 N. Meridian, 
r. same 

Augustine Charles, varnisher, Speigel, 
Thorns & Co. 

Auk Andrew, elk. r. 474 N". Ala. 

Ault Elizabeth, wid. Christopher, r. 
Minerva, cor. N. Y. 

Ausbuttel Louis, gun smith, 164 E. 
Wash. bds. 167 E. Wash. 

Austermyer Henry, carpenter, bds 
Madison av. nr. Penn. 

Austin Adam, blacksmith, 24 N. East 
bds. 32 S. East 

Austin Carl, varnisher, r. 344 N. Rail- 
road 

Austin George W. (Richardson & Aus- 
tin) r. 268 S. N". J. 

Austin John M. Maj . Rev. pastor Univ. 
church, r. 124 S. Meridian. 

Austin John, gardener, r. 98 S. Noble 

Austin Lucius L. student r. 88 N. Del. 

Avels Joseph H. expressman r. 178 
Madison av. 

Avels Margaret Mrs. r. 357 S. Del. 

Averill Joseph, checkman, T. H. & I. 
R. R. Co. bds Sherman House 

Averill M. Y. Rev. r. Tenn. cor. 2d 

Avery John L. (Avery & Kregelo) r. 
256 N. Ala, 

AYERY JOHN P. Physician, 11 Mass. 
av. r. 250 N. East 

AYERY & KREGELO, (John L. 
Avery & David Kregelo,) lumber 
dealers, 343 Mass. av, 

Ayers Franklin, carpenter, 232 E, 
Wash. 

Ayres Alexander C. student, N. W. C. 
University 

BAAR B. Joseph, tailor, r. 172 E. 
Market 

Baar G. L. foreman McCord & Wheat- 
ley, plaining mill, r. 339 S. Del. 

Baarmann Henry, lab. r. 134 E. Mc- 
Carthy 

Babbington Albert, plasterer, r. N. 
East 

Babbitt Alonzo P. printer, Downey & 
Brouse, r. 487 N. Miss. 



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Babbitt Charles W. tel. opr. I & C. B.R* 

bds. Va. av. bet. La. and South 
Babbitt Geo. W. elk. B. R. R. Co. bds. 

Oriental House 
Babbitt Jerome, brakeman, bds. 487 N. 

Miss. 
Babbitt Phoebe Mrs. wid. Ambrose, r. 

487 N. Miss. 
Babbitt Samuel, confec. 90 E. Wash. r. 

409 N. N. J. 
Bach Casper, lab. r. Three Notch Road 
Bachley Theodore, bds. 78 S. 111. 
Baohtel Jacob, lab. r. 247 S. Del. 
Back Clemens, (Back & Wenken, )|bds. 

Union Hall 
Back <fc Wenken, (Clemens Back & 

Ernst Wenken,) tobacconist, 229 

E. Wash. 
Backemeyer Frederick, lab. bds. Cali- 
fornia House 
Backer Frederick, Sr., r. 345 3SF- 111. 
Backer Frederick. Jr., plasterer, r 345 

N. 111. 
Backesto John P. (Backesto & Hunt- 
singer), physician, r. 32 W. Miss. 
BACKESTO & HUNTSINGER, (John 

P. Backesto and Eli Huntsinger,) 

physicians, office 30 N. Miss. 
Backus Thomas, striker. Sinker & Co. 
Bacon Edgar II. physician, Meridian, 

s\v. c. Wash. 
Bacon Eliza J. wid. Elisha, r. 307 N. 

Ala. 
Bacon George, blksmith, B. F. Haugh 

& Co. bds. 307 N. Ala. 
Bacon John L. blksmith, B. F. Haugh 

& Co. r. 307 X. Ala. 
Bacon Joseph E. engineer, I. & C. R .li- 
bels. Ray House 
Bacon Robert D. elk. r. 75 N. Penn. 
Bacon Theodore L. chief elk. Arsenal, 

r. 131 E. N. Y. 
Bacon Wm. bricklayer, r. 200 1ST. Miss. 
Bacon Wm.*M. painter. 174 E. North 
Bade Anthony, wks. C. & I. C. R. R. 

r. 209 S.. Ala. 
Bade William, elk. C. Frese & Co. r. 

129 S. Ala. 
Budeker Henry, carpenter, bds. 60 S. 

Del. 

Badels , elk. 18 S. Del. 

Baesar August, brewer, r. 114 Bluff rd. 
BaggsFred. bookkeeper, r. 125 E. Ohio 
Bagley Jane, wid. Josiah, boarding 

house 36 W. Md. r. same 
Bagley Wm. R. agt. Jeremiah McNa- 

mara's estate, office 52 S. 111. bds. 

36 W. Md. 
Baker Henry, gardener, Henry Weg- 

horst, r. Japan nr. Morris. 
Bahr Christian, bds. 182 S. Meridian 
Bailey Geo. mechanic, 76 W. Wash. 
Bailey Geo. W. painter, r. 369 W. Vt. 
Bailey Geo. W. teamster, r. 165 ]ST. Miss. 
JBailey James, lab. bds. 284 W. Wash. 



Bailey James, teamster, bds. 355 W. 
Wash. 

Bailey Julius B. r. 14 Bates 

BAILEY MOSES N. milliner & milli- 
nery goods, 8 E. Wash. r. 238 S. 
Ala. 

Bailey Robert, saloon, 284 W. Wash. r. 
328 W. Wash. 

Bailey Thomas, conductor C. & I. R.R. 

Bailey Wm. Major and late paymaster, 
r. 691 N. Tenn. 

Bailiff Orren W. lab. r. cor. Ash anil 
Christian av. 

Bainbarg Casper, gunsmith, bds. 129 
W. Wash. 

Baine Stephen, bell boy. Bates House 

Bains James, varnisher, Spiegle, Thorns 
&Co. 

Baird J. W. student at Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's blk. 

Baird Wm. bar keeper, Edward Beck, 
bds. 44 W. Wash. 

Baird Wm. cooper shop, W. end Md. 
r. 2 Incl. av. 

Bakaemaer Henry, lab. r. 419 Ya. av.^ 

Baker , brakesman, C. &I. C.^rR. 

bds. 58 Benton ^^ 

Baker Abraham II . (Dougherty & Bak- 
er,) r. 22§ E. South 

Baker Annie Mrs. millinery store, 46 
S. 111. r. same 

Baker Bertlia Mrs. milliner, r. 198 E. 
Wash. * 

Baker C. baker, Fred. Bollmann, bds. 
107 E. Wash. 

Baker Charles E. r.l70E. Mich. 

Baker E. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College op 
Trade, 24}£ E. Wash. 

Baker Henry, blacksmith, B. F. Haugh 
& Co. r. 203 Walnut 

Baker II. W. physician, r. 41 Ky. av. 

Baker Isaac, student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E Wash. 

Baker Jacob, cigar maker, bds. 57 E. 
South 

Baker Jacob, tailor, r. 56 S. Noble 

Baker James, clerk, bds. Snelson House 

Baker James, hod carrier, r. 324 S. West 

Baker James H. carpenter, r. 124 S. Mo. 

Baker Jesse A. r. 198 E. Wash. 

Baker John, r. 56 S. Noble 

Baker John, shoemaker, bds. 32 E. Ohio 

Baker Louis, cooper, bds. 346 S. Meri- 
dian 

Baker Nathan S. mnfr. upholstery, 73 
E. Wash. r. 221 S. Ala. 

Baker Sarah A. E. wid. Amos, bds. 392 
N. Ala. 

Baker Silas E. student Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. 104 E. St. Mary 

Baker Silas F. salesman, Chester H. 
Buell, r. 104 E. St. Mary 



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BTJTTERFIELD & Co., Agents. 

Baker S. W. clerk W. & H. Glenn, bds. 
70 E. Market 

Baker Thomas M. saloon keeper, r. 170 
E. Mich. 

Baker Thomas W. engineer, r. 75 Eliza- 
beth 

Baker Wm. P. founder, bds. Sheridan 
House 

Baker Winfield S. bar tender, r. 170 E. 
%^ Mich. 
TBAKER & HI ATT. saloon. 24 Pearl 
TSee McBaker & Hiatt] 

Baldwick Frederick, eating house 32 
W. La. r. same 

Baldwin Alexander, teller First Xa- 



Ballard Levin, (col'd) carpenter, r. 200 

Douglas 
Ballard Samuel, carriage maker, 115 W. 

Ballard William P. druggist. 521 X. BL, 

r. same 
Ballenger C. O. Mrs. r. 319 X. Xoble 
Ballinger Emma A. book keeper. Thos. 

Hunter, bds. 248 S. Meridian 
Ballinger Elijah M. carpenter, r. 161 E. 

St. Marys 
Ballman Harman. grocer, cor. Xorth 

and Blake, r. 300 N. Blake 
BALLWEG AMBROSE, guns and pis- 
tols. 129 W. Wash. r. same 
Ball w eg Frederick, ale dealer, r. 26 Ft. 

Wayne av. 
Balls A. baker, ISO S. 111. r. same 
Balls Charles, conductor Ind. & Cin. 

R. R. 
Bals B. H. L. (Hahn & Bals) r. 110 St. 

Joseph 
Bals Charles, r. 110 St. Joseph 
, Bals Charles H. r. 168 W. Mich, 
tional Bank. bds. Sherman House Ba , g Cliristi:in< bds . 110 St . j osep h 
Baldwin B. lab. Os^od Smith * Co. s Balz Frederick, butcher. David Wechs- 

Hub Factory. 230 S. 111. 
Baldwin George, student Gregory's 
National "Business College of 
Trade. 21J4 E. Wash. 
Baldwin J. Herman (J. H.*Baldwin & 

Co.) r. 396 X. Meridian j BAMBERGER HERMAN . wholesale 

Ballard John, student Bryant. Strat- anf ] retail dealer in hat* caps, furs 

ton & Co.'s Com>Fercial and and straw goods, 16 E. Wash. r. 229 

E. Ohio 



ler. r. 424 S. 111. 
Balz Philip, meat market. 427 X. 111. r. 

425 X. 111. 
Banian J. Bates House 



Business 
Block 
BALDWIN J 



College 



IT. 



Blackford's 
& CO. (J. Herman 



Bamberger Isaac, salesman, Herman 

Bamberger, bds. 229 E. Ohio 
Baldwin and George S. Warren), j BAXK OF THE STATE OF IXDI- 
importers and dealers of Fancy AXA. Ky. av. ne. i or. 111. 

Goods. Yankee Xotions. Toys. &c, ' Banke Henrv. carpenter, C. & I. C. R. 
6 E. Wash. W. r. 277' Ga. 

Baldwin M. D. carpenter, bds. 232 X. | Banks Henry. Pattison House. 63 X. 



Xoble 
Baldwin Mary. wid. Samuel H. r. 170 

X. Winston 
Baldwin S. Bernard, shipping clerk, r. 

56 S. 111. 
Balke Charles, saloon. 231 E. Wash 

same 



Ala. 



Banna Martin, blacksmith. Eagle Ma- 
chine works 
Bannister Seneca L. salesman. 49 W. 
Wash. r. 315 E. Ohio 
r. I Bannister Wilbert H. varnisher. Wil- 
kins & Hall. r. 315 E. Ohio 

r. 



Ball Andrew, bakery. 180 S. 111. r. same Banta John P. Indiana Banking Co 
Ball Deacon, conductor B. R. R.. bds. ! Franklin. Ind. 

Sherman House : Banwarth Benjamin, boots and shoes, 

Ball William, carpenter, r. 1 35 W. Md. 2S6 E. Wash. r. same 

Ballard Austin, seal engraver, r. 28 Barbee Robert B. pawnbroker, bds. 164 

Circle W. Md. 



Ballard Charles, carriage painter, bds. 
28 Circle 

Ballard Charles E. elk. Wm. P. Wal- 
lace, r. 5 Circle 

Ballard Granville M. r. 296 S. Ala. 

Ballard Harrison W. teacher Institute 
for Blind, r. Institute 

Ballard L. E. student at Bryant. Strat- 
ton cv: Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College. Blackford's Block 



Barbee Sampson, r. Orient nr. E. Wash. 

E. city limits 
Barbee William, watchman at Court 

House, r. Va. av. op. Xoble 
Barber Edward H. ins. agt. r. 71 X. 

Gal. 



Barber Walker (col'd) lab.r. Elizabeth 

se. City Hospital 
Barbour James H. (col'd) lab, r. 172 

Margaret S. City Hospital 

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Barbour Lucien, lawyer, 4 W. Wash, 
r. 1ST. Meridian, bet. 6th and 7th 

Barbour Samuel, physician, r. 216 N. 
West 

Barbour Thomas O. book-keeper, Her- 
ald Office, r. 216 N. West " 

Barckdall Percival, lab. r. 214 W. N. Y. 

Barckdall William M. Blackford bet. 
Vt. and Mich. 

Barclay .Tames, plumber and gas-fitter, 
bds. 181 N. Liberty 

Barclay James, stone cutter, r. 181 1ST. 
Liberty 

Bard David, moulder, bds. 323S.Penn. 

Bard J. moulder, D. Boot & Co's, ma- 
chine works 

Bare Leonidas, [Hobbs & Bare,) bds. 
248 W. Wash. 

Barger Franklin, wagon maker, r. 
Three Notch Road 

Barger William, lab. r. 583 Maple 

Barker shoemaker, 53 Mass. av. 

refused his name 

Barker Kate Mrs. dressmaker, 36 1ST. 
Del. 

Barker Samuel, (Atkinson & Barker,) 
bds. Walker House 

Barker William S. (Barker & Foltz,) 
bds. Pyle House 

Barker William W. teacher Purdy's 
Commercial College, bds. 36 N. 
Del. 

BARKER & FOLTZ, (Wm. S. Barker, 
Howard M. Foltz) merchant tailors 
31 N. Penn. 

Barkess Sarah E. wid. William, board- 
ing house, 126 Ind. av.r. same 

Barkus Thomas, boiler maker, r. 58 S. 
Ala. 

Barley John, grinder, bds. 53 Maple 

Barley John, lab. Osgood, Smith & Co's 
hub factory, 230 S. 111. 

Barlow Edward, bds. Macy House 

Barlow H. A. teacher J. Rider, bds. 144 
N. Tenn. 

Barlow H. A. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Barlow Liberty, (col'd) shoemaker, r. 
Douglas 

Barnaby Catharine Mrs. wid. William, 
r. 436 S. West 

BARNARD J. Secretary Chamber of 
Commerce, and manfr. and dealer 
in lubricating and burning oils, of- 
fice Chamber of Commerce, op. 
Post Office, r. N. Y. ne. cor. Tenn. 

Barneclo Estella, cloak-maker, L. H. 
Tyler & Co., r. Bates se. cor. Benton 

Barneclo Henry H. fireman, I. & C. R, 
R. bds. 53 Bates 

Barneclo J. M, Mrs. r. 53 Bates 

Barneclo Lorenzo N. machinist, r. 156 
S. Noble 



Barneclo Nicholas, machinist, Eagle 
Machine Works 

Barneclo Rebecca, wid. John M. r. 53 
Bates 

Barneclo Taylor M. news depot, Union 
Depot, bds. 53 Bates 

Barnem George, J. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Barnes Albert A. photographic gal-- 
lery, 39 E. Wash. r. 782 N. III. 

Barnes Andrew M. printer, Journal 
office, r. 257 N. East 

Barnes Benjamin F. teamster, r.471 Va. 
av. 

Barnes Ellis Mrs. r. 257 N. East 

Barnes George H. carpenter, r. 75 
Elizabeth 

Barnes Henry F. physician, McOuatt's 
Block, r. 197 N. Ala. 

Barnes Jerome B. express man, r. 385 
S. East 

Barnes Josiah, r. 377 N. 111. 

Barnes William, patent rights, r. 377 
N. 111. 

Barnes William H. carpenter, Mayhew 
& Fearnley, 19 Circle, r. 253 N. 
Miss. 

Barnes Wm. H. atty. at law and claim 
agt. sw. c. Wash, and Meridian, r. 
city suburbs. 

Barnes W. W. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Barnitt Frank J. elk. J. W. Copeland 
bds. N. Miss. cor. St. Clair 

Barnitt Thomas, city tower, r. 390 N. 
Miss. 

BARN1TZ C. & SON. (Charles & Dr. 
J. W. Barnitz,) real estate and com. 
brokers, 74 E. Wash, up stairs 

Barnitz Charles (C. Barnitz & Son,) r. 
177 S. Noble 

Barnitz Jacob W. physician and taxi- 
dermist, bds. 177 S. Noble 

Barr Conrad, butcher, bds. 194 S. 111. 

Barr Jacob, carpenter, r. 424 N Del. 

Barr Lorenzo D. lab. r. 233 S. Tenn. 

Barr Mary A. wid. John A. dress mkr. 
r. 256" S. Tenn. 

Barr M. J. straightener, Ind's. Rolling 
Mill Co. 

Barr M. J. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>| E. Wash. 

Barr Nancy, wid. George, r. 300 S. 111. 

Barr William A. yard master, I. P. & 
C. R. R. bds. 53 Bates 

Barr W. L. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Barrett Edward, iron wheeler, Indian- 



apolis Rolling Mill Co. 

No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



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Barrett Edwin G. publisher, r. 123 
Huron 

Barrett Henry, elk. 52 S. 111. bds. 36 W. 
Md. 

Barrett James, lab. r. 126 Stevens 

Barrett John, lab. r. E. end Morris 

Barrett Joseph, (col'd) r. cor North 
and Cal. 

Barrett Joseph, (col'd) waiter, Thomp- 
son & Co. bds. 34 W. La. 

Bariett Joseph, porter, Kightley & 
Morse, r. 232 Blackford 

Barrett J. II. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24K E. Wash. 

Barrett L. W. conductor C. & I. R. R. 

Barrett Michael, lab. r. 425 S. Tenn. 

Barrett P. lab. r. 174 Meek 

Barrett Patrick D. lab. r. Stevens, nr. 
Va. av. 

Barrows A. W. machinist, r. 288 Madi- 
son av. 

Barrows Hollis, machinist, r. 288 Madi- 
son av. 

Barrows James L, elk. Sinker & Co. 

Barry C. B. brick layer, bds. Ray House. 

Barry Edward, scroll sawyer, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co. r. 80 Ind. av. 

Barry K. H. grand sec. I. O. O. F. of 
Ind. office Odd Fellows' Hall, r. N. 
W. cor. 1st and Tenn. 

Barry Ellen, wid. Richard, r. 80 Ind. 
av- 

Barry George A. student at Bryant, 
Stratton &Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Barry Jacob M. tailor, Win. Rupp, r. 
1ST. Penn. nr 1st 

Barrv John, lab. r. 145 Huron 

Barry Patrick, lab. r. 394 S. West 

Barry Thomas G. (Stewart & Morgan) 
r. 243 N. ST. J. 

Barry W. A. student at Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Barth John W. salesman, J. H. Vajen 
& Co. bds. Tenn. cor. McCarty 

Barth Lewis A. (Burk & Barth,) r. Va. 
av. 

Barth Louis, student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Paper Boxes for Fancy 



Barth Sebastian, grocer, Tenn. cor. Mc- 
Carty, r. same 
Barthels Adolphus, baker, Thomson's 

bakery, bds. 12 S. Meridian 
Barthels Ferdinand, elk. 18 S. Del. bds. 

Union Hall 
Bartholomew Thomas, cooper, r. 145 

N. Bright 
Bartlett Cyrus, carpenter, r. L. R. R. 

bet 8th and 9th 
Bartlett D. bds. 153 W. Md. 
Bartlett Edward G. book keeper, 

Wheeler & Wilson, bds. Pyle House 
Bartlett Fountain, (col'd) lab. r. 164 

Douglas al. 
Bartlett John A. city expressman, r. 

L. R. R. cor. 8th 
Bartlett Jonas L. elk. Thompson & Co. 

r. 507 S. Tenn. 
Bartlett Joseph L. jr. eating house, 36 

W. La. r. 181 S. Tenn. 
Bartlett Joseph L. eating house, r. 181 

S. Tenn. 
Bartlett Nancy, (col'd) cook, Palmer 

House 
Bartlett Richard (col'd) lab. r. 164 

Douglas al. 
Bartlett D. M. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 
Barton Charles W. blacksmith, 100 Ind. 

av. r. 410 Ind. av. 
BARTON T. D. Gen'l Pass Agt. B. R. 

W. bds. Palmer House 
Barns Robert, brewer, bds. 32 S. Ala. 
Base Frederick, lab. r. 324 E. Vt. 
Basey James, restaurant. 23 N. 111. r. 23 

Ga. 
Basey William, elk. r. 70 S. Liberty 
Basket Marv, (col'd) wid. Washington 

r. 68 Plum 
Bass George W (col'd) teamster, r. 165 

Elizabeth 
Bass Lovel, (col'd) fruit and fish dealer. 

34 N. Penn. 
Basseel Ben, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Bassett Horace H. elk. Anderson & 

Jones, bds. Penn. nw. cor. Ohio 
Baster Edward, machinist, r. 84 Benton 
Bates Charles A. (Rout & Bates) r. 441 

N. 111. 
BATES HERVEY, r. 190 E. Market 
BATES HERVEY, Jr. asst. cash. First 

National Bank, r. 185 N. Del. 
BATES HOUSE, W. Wash. cor. 111. 
Bates Rice T., salesman, r. 441 N. 111. 
Batten Isaac, carpenter, Byrkit & Sons, 

bds. 123 111. 
Battey Elizabeth, wid. Abraham, r. 348 

Ind. av. 
Battler Robert, ostler, Chicago House, 
| bds. Chicago House 

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Batty Eclwin, carpenter, r. Broadway, 
bet. Cherry and Christian 

Batty G. W. E. elk. W. &. H. Glenn, 
bcls. N. Broadway, bet. Cherry and 
Christian 

Batty John H. elk. County Recorder's 
office, r. 62 Fletcher av. 

Batty Mary E. r. 62 Fletcher av. 

Banch John, porter Spencer House, r. 
S. Cal. 

Bauer George, r. Wis. nr. 111. 

Bauer George, paper maker, J. McLene 
& Co., r. East, out of corporation 

Bauer Gotlib, tailor, Roeth & Meier, r. 
128 Liberty 

Bauer Henry, salesman, cabinet mkr. 
Cab. Makers Union, bis. Union 
House 

Bauer Jacob, elk. Andy Ball, r. 342 S. 
Meridian 

Baugh Cyrus M. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Baughn William, carpenter, r 9 Eliza- 
beth, nr. Ind. av. 

Baum C. M. student at Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Baum W.J. student at Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Bauman Andrew, lab. r. 81 Elizabeth 

Baumhofer, Henry, carpenter, 236 
Madison av. 

Bause William, wagon mkr. 377 Va. av. 
r. 193 S. East 

Bavington Albert, plasterer, 320 "N". 
East 

Bawer M. Mrs. wid. George, r. 77 X. 
111. 

Baxter H. B. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24f< E. Wash. 

Baxter John G. elk. Baxter & Davis, r. 
250 W. Wash. 

Baxter Peter D. (Baxter & Davis,) r. 
250 W. Wash. 

Baxter Samuel, (Jennings, Lambert & 
Baxter,) Ky. av. nr. Mill 

Baxter Win. (col'd) teamster, r. How- 
ard, bet. 2d and 3d 

BAXTER WILLIAM A. saloon, 374 
Va. av. 

Baxter & Davis, (Peter D. Baxter & 
Abel E. Davis), grocers, 250 W. 
Wash. 

Bayer William, bar tender, Frank A. 
Reitz, bds. 44 W. Wash. 

Bayersdorfer George, bar keeper, Wm. 
Selking, bds. same 

Baylor Albert, salesman, J. W. Hess & 
Co. r. Market nr. cor. Penn. 



Baylor Rachel M. wid. James, r. 666 

N.Miss. 
Beach D. W. printer, bds. Macy House 
Beachler Martha, cook, 248 N. Winston 
Beal John A. att'y at law, r. National 

rd. west of city 
Beale Carroll N. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
Beale Joshua, paper hanger, r. 384 N. 

West 
Beale Morris S % . student at Gregory's 

National* Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Beall John W. butcher, r. 306 W. * 

Wash. 
Beals Jerome, trav. agt. J. Sweetser, 

bds. 134 N. Penn. 
Beam David, (Emerson, Beam & 

Thompson), r. 187 S. Tenn. 
Beam John M. st. car conductor, bds. 

145 W. South 
Beard Amos, carriage turner, r. 183k< 

W. N. Y. 
Beard Benjamin F. book-keeper, r. 69 

W. Market 
BEARD, FORSHEE & CLAWSOIST, 

(Soloman Beard, Wm. Clawson, 

George W. Forshee,) plow manu- 
facturers, es. Tenn. nr. Ky. av. 
Beard Harrison, (col'd) lab. bds. 102 1ST. 

Iwoward 
BEARD HOUSE, 69 W. Market 

Beard John O. book keeper, Hamlin & 

Jones, r. 186 Va. av. 
Beard Solomon, (Beard, Forshee & 

Clawson,) Ohio House on Market 
Beard en Albert M. carpenter, r. Bu- 
chanan 
Beasley Thomas E. shoemaker, 181 25T. 

Tenn. r. same 
Beatty Jennie ( col'd) waiter, Bates 1 

House 
Beatty Miles, plasterer, r. 342 N". West 
Beatty William, lab. bds. 45 Fletch-j 

er av. 
Beatv Catherine, wid. of John, r. 123 

W. Market 
Beatv David S. real est. agt. 3 Brown's * 

Block, r. 194 E. Mich. 
Beaty Elijah H. engineer, Blackford 

bet. Vt. and Mich. 
Beaty John W. lab. bds. — Blackford 
Beaty William (col'd) lab. r. 362 E. N". Y. 
Beauchamp Margaret A. wid. John, r. 

47 Rose 
Beauchamp Mattox M. elk. E. May, 

bcls. 47 Rose 
Beaver Elisha, teamster, r. 380 1ST. West 
Beaver George, machinist, r. 209 S. 111. 
Beaver John H. teamster, 259 E. Mc- 

Carty 
Beaver Linden, machinist, bds. 209 S. 

111. 



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Bechtel Jacob, lab. J. C. Ferguson, 217 

S. Del. 
Beck Albert F. r. 152 X. Miss. 
Beck Anthony, brewer, bds.cor. South 

and Meridian 
Beck Benedick, butcher, Jacob Boos, 

bds. 139 S. 111. 
Beck Charles E. elk. Merchants Union 

Express Company, 42 E. Wash. 
Beck Christian, gunsmith, 8 S. Penn. 

r. 154 N. NT. J. 
Beck Edward, Crystal Palace saloon, 

44 W. Wash. r. 27 E. Md. 
Beck Frederick, butcher, 7 W. McCarty 

r. same 
Beck Hamilton Z. varnisher, Wilkins & 

Hall, r. Va. av. bet. Wash. and Md. 
Beck Henry, baker, 8 Fort Wayne av. r. 

same 
BECK JACOB, painter, 210 X.Winston 

r. 493 S. Tenn. 
Beck James A. conductor, r. 27$ W. 

Wash. 
Beck John A. watchmaker and jeweler 

35 S. 111. bds. 80 N. N. J. 
Beck Joseph W. student, NT. W. C. Uni- 

uersity 
Beck Louis, cooper, bds. S. Meridian 

nr. McCarty 4 

Beck Michael, barber, Benjamin Fisher 

bds. 111. 1 doorS. Globe House 
Beck Samuel, gunsmith, 36 Va. av. r. 

152 N. Miss. 
Beck Samuel, jr. jeweler, r. 152 X. Miss. 
►e&k Samuel T. watchmaker, Clements 
/Ferguson, bds. 152 N. Miss. 
William NT. r. 233 X. West 
cker Henry, lab. Butsch & Dickson, 

r. 330 Railroad av. 
&er Jacob, cigar maker, bds. W. 

South bet. 111. and Tenn. 
pecker Jacob, (Jacob Becker & Co.) r. 

Noble, cor. R. R. track 
BECKER JACOB & CO. (Jacob Becker 

& Henry Emmerich) mer. tailors, 

127 E. Wash. 
Becker John, baker, W. Kuhn, bds. 150 

N. East 
Becket T. A. engineer, C. & I. C. R, W. 
Beckett Thomas M. engineer, r. 105 1ST. 

Noble 
Beckham Abram, (col'd) lab. r. 556 N. 

Ala. 
Beckler Henry, brewer, r. 321 Madison 

av. 




Beckley James S. r. Bluff rd. nr. Mor- 
ris 
Beckman Christiana, wid. William, r. 

330 S. Ala. 
Beckner Samuel IT. lawyer and notary 

public, 16>.< E. Wash. bds. 72 E. 

Ohio . 
Beddar Joseph, lab. r. 315 Mass. av. 
Beeber George P. carpenter, 33 Meek 
Beechler James J. carpenter, bds. 74 

Lockerbie 
Beeler Benedict, r. 22 E. Ray 
Beeler Fredrick, student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block. 
Beeler John, cabinet maker, Cabinet 

Makers' Union, r. 236 Peru R. R. 
Beeler Lorenzo D. carpenter, r. E. Ga. 

E. of Cady 
Beerer Elisha, w T ood hauler, 380 N. 

West 
Beerman II. lab. B. R. R. depot 
Beerman Henry, bds. California House 
Beever Thomas A. bricklayer, r. 380 N. 

West 
Behning William, teamster, r. 204 

Union 
Behrent Henry, express wagon, bds. 

187 Harrison 
BEHRINGER JOSEPH, saloon, 145 

W. Wash. r. same 
Beh v mer Daniel, planing mill, r. 308 

E. Ohio 
BEIIYMER D. & CO. (Daniel Behy- 

mer, Benjamin F. McCord, William 

M. Wheatley) planing mill, E. Mar- 
ket cor. Benton 
Behymer Simeon, r. 316 N. 111. 
Beidenmeister Charles A. elk. r. 149 N. 

East 
Beincker Frederick, brick mkr. r. S. 

end East 
Beiser August, brewer, at Gagg & Co.'s 

213 S. Penn. 
Belcer Christopher, farmer, bds 141 

E. St. Mary 
Belcer George jr. student, bds 141 E. 

St. Mary 
Belcer George, sr. lab. Eagle Machine 

Works, r. 141 E. St. Mary 
Belcer Henry, farmer, bds 141 E. St. 

Mary 
Belcer William, lab. Eagle Machine 

Works, bds. 141 E. St. Mary 
Belcher William H. teamster, r. 14 

Walters 
Belk Caroline, servant, California 

House, 184 S. 111. 
Belk Frederick, lab. r. 247 S. Del. 
Bell A. John, (Bell & France) r. Bates 

House 
Bell Alfred R. printer, bds Little's 

Hotel 



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Bell Andrew. M. (col'd.) shoe shop 75 

S. 111. r. same 
Bell Charles (col'd) lab. r. 19 Maple 
Bell Griiido, physician 85 N. Noble, r. 

Union Hall 
Bell Miletus, druggist, 405 1ST. Ala. r.484 

N.East 
Bell William, expressman, r. 248 N. 

Blackford 
BellAVilliam A. principal High School, 

bds Pyle House 
Bell W. x\. student, at Bryant Strat- 

ton & Co's. Commercial Business 

College, Blackford's Blk. 
Bell Walter W. student, at Bryant 

Stratton & Go's. Commercial 

Business College BlackfordsBlk. 
BELL & FRANCE, (A. John Bell & 

James D. France, proprietors Bates 

House Wash. nw. cor. 111. 
Belle H. cook, Macy House 
Bellefontaine R. R Machine shop, ss. 

Winston bet. Mich, and Ohio 
Bellefontaine R. R. outer freight de- 
pot, es. Winston, bet N. Y. and 

Mich. 
Bellis John R. machinist, bds. 178 S. 

N.J. 
Beltz Jacob, plasterer, r. 97 Buchanan 
Beltzer George, works, foundry, r. 141 

St. Mary 
BENCE ROBERT F. physician 143 

N. Del. r. 121 N. Del 
Bender George W. (Bender & Cook,) 

r. 261 W. Wash. 
Benzer Lorenzo, brewer r. 62 Bick- 

ing 
Bender Rachael, wid. David, boarding 

house, 261 W. Wash. r. same 
Bender Thomas, 239 E. Market 
Bender Tobias, currier, John Fish- 
back, r. 261 E. Market 
Bender & Cook, (George W. Bender 

and John W. Cook,) flour and feed, 

185 Ind. av. 
Benercheid Bruno, machinist, Sinker 

&Co. 
Benercheid Carl, machinist, Sinker & 

Co. 
BEN FRANKLIN, Printing House. 

17 W. Md. 
BENHAM HENRY L. (II. L. Benham 

& Co.) r. cor. Ind. av and Ohio 
Benham H. L. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. AVash. 
BENHAM & CO. (Henry L. Benham, 

and Lawrence G. Hay, pianos, or- 
gans, and musical merchandise, 36 

E. Wash. 
Benhart John, stone mason, r. 171 E. 

St. Mary 
Benhok (col'd) lab. bds. 549 N. 



Miss. 
Bening Ernst, teamster, r. 472 S. West 

No. 13 West Maryland Street 



Beninger John, cooper, J. S. Carey & 
Co. 448 E. St. Clair 

Benjamin Desmond O. edge tool mkr. 
r. 303 S. Meridian 

Benjamin Theodore, edge tool mkr. 
bds. 303 S. Meridian 

Benk Hobart, shoe mkr. Henrv Julow, 
bds. S. 111. 

Benner Arthur, porter, Connelv, Wiles 
& Co. 149 S. Meridian 

Benner Samuel, porter, Connely, Wiles 
& Co. 149 S. Meridian 

Bennett Amanda M. wid. John, bds. 765 
N. Miss. 

Bennett Geo. W. (Bennett & Loucks), 
r. 165 E. St. Joseph 

Bennett H. W. pattern mkr. Sinker & 
Co. 

Bennett Jane Mrs. wid. Joseph, r. 
Kingan nr. River 

Bennett John lab. r. Kingan nr. River 

Bennett John B. scroll sawver (Byrkit 
& Sons.) r. 118 W. Ga. 

Bennett Matilda, servant, 101 N. Miss. 

Bennett Patrick, lab. bds. 40 Ellen nr. 
Ind. av. 

Bennett P. S. physician, bds. Union 
Hall 

Bennett & Loucks, (George W. Ben- 
nett & James Loucks,) meat mar- 
ket, 131 Mass. av. 

Benneway Almon B. bds. 174 N. Davi- 
son 

Bennon Charles, lab. Central Depot, r. 
71 Harrison 

Bensheid Gustave, lithograph printer, 
J. H. Stallo & Co. bds. California 
House 

Benson Aaron, sexton, r. 77 W. South 

Benson D. S. sexton, Jewish syna- 
gogue 

Benson Henry C. cooper, Daniel 
Burton, bds. on Douglas 

Benson John A. toll gate keeper, 
White River Bridge 

Benson John F. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Benson S. F. bds. Collins House 

Benson T. S. clothing store, r. 220 S. 
Meridian 

Bentley Joseph, teamster, r. 96 Greer 

Benton Allen R. president, N. W. C. 

University, c. Christian av. and 

College 
Bentz Adam, baker, r. 269 E. North 
Berendes Joseph, elk. Nicholas Jose, 

r. 8 Penn. 
Berg Frederika, wid. Chas. D. r. 171 E. 

South 
Berg George F. printer, r. 171 E. South 
Berg Henry, grocery, 175 S. Tenn. r. 

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other House. 

DEALERS SEND FOR SAMPLES TO 

J. A. BUTTERFIELD & CO., 

22 West Washington Street. 

Berg Susan Mrs. wid. Charles D. bds. 
Hamilton House 

Berg William, driver hose cart fire en- 
gine "Jo. W. Davis," r. South nr. 
Ala. 

Bergener Gustav, book-keeper 49 E. 
Wash, r, 109 W. Wash. 

Bergh George J. r. 233 Va. av. 

Bergh Lewis A. News Agent Union 
Depot, r. 233 Va. av. 

BERGH ANN" FRANCIS, Soap and 
Candle Mnfr. 61 E. Wash. r. s. end 
West 

Bergner Charles, clerk, r. 32 St. Clair 

Bergundthal David C. book-keeper, 
Burt, Metcalf & Over, bds. Snelson 
House. 

Berhamus John T. salesman, Donald- 
son & Alvey, r. 152 N. Meridian 

Berke Henry, stone mason, r. 344 S. 
Del. 

Berkey Emil, shoemaker, bds. 218 E. 
Wash. 

Berkshire James, conductor Bellefon- 
taine R. R. 

Bernard Timothy, lab. r. 245 S. Tenn. 

Bernauer Bened^t, tailer, r. bet. Wright 
and East 

Bernauer Joseph, lab. r. 132 Huron 

Berner Charles, lab. r. Mayhew nr. 
Mich. Road 

Berner Gottlieb, huckster, r. 185 N. 
Davidson 

Bernes Joseph, cabinet maker, bds. 30 
Ky. av. 

Bernhamer W. F. A. student at Gre- 
gory's National Business Col- 
lege of Trade, 24}£ E. Wash. 

Bernhammer Wm. plasterer, r. 284 N. 
West 

Bernhardt Ernst, carpenter, bds. Union 
nr. Wash. 

Bernschaidt Charles, machinist, bds. 
Concordia House 

Bernschaidt Samuel, machinist, bds. 
Concordia House 

Berringer Gustav, book-keeper Fletch- 
er's Bank, r. 109 W. Wash. 

Berry A. H. baggage master Belief on- 
taine R. R. bds, Macy House 

Berry Augustus E. stone cutter, bds. 
Oriental House 

Berry Austin, printer, Journal office, 
bds. 35 E. Market 

Shoe Boxes made at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



Berry Charles, saw maker, bds. Snelson 

House 
Berry Christian, printer, Journal office, 

bds. 35 Circle 
Berry Francis, carpenter, bds. 3G N. 

Penn. 
Berry John, boarding 73 W. Ga. r. same 
Berry John, helper, Rolling Mill, bds. 

412 S. 111. 
Berry John R. Sec'y Sinnissippi Fire 

Ins. Co. 35 E. Market, r. 56 S.Penn. 
Berry Mary Mrs. r.ne. cr. St. Clair and 

Railroad 
Berry Michael, stone cutter, r. 136 

Spring 
Berry man James, machinist, Sinker & 

Co.'s 
Berrvman John, wagon mkr. r. 302 E. 

Wash. 
Bersheid Gustave, printer, bds. Califor- 
nia House 
Berst George, tanner, r. 435 S. 111. 
Bert Cornelius (col'd) lab. r. 452 Ind. 

av. 
Bertelsmann Lizetta, wid. Henry, r. 

264 Mass. av. 
Besa Ellen Mrs. r. 267 N. Liberty 
Bess George W. barkeeper, Van Blari- 

enm's saloon, W. Indianapolis 
Bess Valentine, cabinet mkr. r. 420 S. 

East 
Besse Ernest, porter, with Voegtle & 

Metzger 

BESSONIES AUGUSTUS Rev. r. W. 

Md. nr. Tenn. 
Best Jesse, cooper, J. S. Carey & Co. r. 

West bet. Md. & T. H. R.R. 
Best William, steward Little's Hotel, 

bds. same 
Best William H. cooper, r. 26 Douglas 
Best Zachariah, lab. J. S. Carey & Co. 

r. Douglas 
Bestell John, flagman, Union Depot 
Bettes William H. grocer. Del. nr. Ohio 

r. 170 E. Walnut 
Betz Gottleib, r. 131 E. Wash. 
Beran H. F. student at Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 
Beyer Casper, lab. r. 129 E. Wash. 
Beyer Frederika, midwife, r. 78 N. 

Noble 
Beyersdorfer George, book-keeper, W. 

Selking, bds. same 
Bibbs James, (col'd) head waiter, Bates 

House 
Biddy James M. works gas works, r. 

147 S. Union 
Biden Ella J. wid. Charles, dress mkr. 

177 E. Wash. r. same 
Bidleman Charles G. shoe mkr. r. 277 

E. N. Y. 
Bidleman Silas, shoe mkr. r. 277 E. 

N. Y. 



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Bicler Louis, saddler, Reyer & Thorns, r. 

358 Va. av. 
Bicknell James F, student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Biedenmeister Charles A. book-keeper, 

Ben Franklin Printing" House, r. 

149 N. East 
Bieder Mathias, lab. r. 132 E. St. Joseph 
Bieler J. L. foreman, Reyer & Thorns, 

r. 358 Va. av. 
Bigelow J. IS. deputy IT. S. Marshal, P. 

O. bldg. r. 161 Mass. av. 
Bigelow Ira V. plasterer, r. 372 E. N. Y. 
Bigelow Isaac, plasterer, r. 340 E. 1ST. Y. 
Bigelow James K. physician, 15 Ya. av. 

r. 232 S. Ala. 
Bigelow John S. plasterer, Geo. Holler, 

r. 372 E. N. Y. 
Bigger Harrison, plasterer, r. 8th nr. 

L. R. R. 
Biggs Andrew, plasterer, r. Minerva, 

nr. N. Y. 
Bigham Hayden S. (H. S. Bigham & 

Co.) r. 368 S. Del. 
BIGHAM H. S. & CO. (H. S. Bigham 

& David D. Long,) flour and feed, 

224 S. Del. 
Bigsby Edward, book keeper, bds. 2 

Ind. av. 
Billings Henry M. painter, r. 174 ]ST. 

Davidson 
Billings J. M. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Billings Wm. lab. r. Minerva, c. N. Y. 
Billingsley Alexander D. r. N. Tenn. 

bet 1st and 2d 

BILLS J. M. (Bills & Martin) r. Pyle 
House 

BILLS & MARTIN, (J. M.Bills and J. 

O. Martin) attorneys at law, 101 E. 

Wash. 
Binford A. W. (Binford Brothers) r. 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 
BINFORD BROTHERS, (Edward J. 

and A. W. and James W. Binford, 

whol. and retail druggists, 5 Bates 

House, W. Wash. 
Binford Edward J. (Binford Brothers) 

bds. 124 S. Meridian 
Binford James W. (Binford Brothers) 

bds. 124 S. Meridian 
Bingham James, stone cutter, r. 46 

Orient, E. city limits 
Bingham Joseph J. r. 148 W. Md. 
Bingham Joseph W. elk. bds. 148 W. 

Md. 
Bingham W. P. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Bingham Wm. B. shipping elk. Frank 



Wright, r. 32 N. Cal. 

No. 13 West Maryland Street 



Bingham W. P. ( W. P. Bingham & Co.) 

r. 32. Cal. 
Bingham W.P. & Co. watches and jew- 
elry, 50 E. Wash. 
Binklej* Benjamin R. machinist, bds. 

169 S. Tenn. 
Binkley Samuel, r. S. 111. cor. Bluff rd. 
Binnon James, lab. r. rear 65 S. Meri- 
dian 
Binsack Wm. painter, r. 324 S. Meridian 
Birch Richard E. (Long & Birch) r. 

398 N. N. J. 
Bird Abraham, r. 129 N. 111. 
Bird Frank, (Vanhouler & Bird) r. 129 

N.I11. 
Bird Henrv, r. 75 W. Ga. 
Birge W. E. conductor I. & C. R. R. 
Birkdall P. lab. r. Blackford, bet Mich. 

and Vt. 
Birket Charles W. tailor, r. 408 Ya. av. 
Birket Peter, stone cutter, r. 89 Elm 
Birt Mary, wid. Patrick, 408 W. North 
Bisbee Edward, butcher, bds. 66 N. 

Mo. 
Bisbee James, butcher, bds. 66 N. Mo. 
Bisbee J. & E. (James, & Edward Bis- 
bee,) butchers, 221 W. Ohio 
Bisbing Jacob G. marshal, Union 

Depot, r. 212 N. West. 
Btedee William, butcher, r. 256 N. 

Blake 
Bishoff James, feed store, bds. 272 W. 

Md. 
Bishop Ann S. wid. John, r. 391 N. 

N.J. 
Bishop Emanuel, bds. Sheridan House 
Bishop George, r. 239 S. Ala. 
Bishop George M. driver fire engine, 

Jo. W. Davis, r. 167 E. South 
Bishop Hattie, bds. with Maggie 

Tucker 
Bishop James, (McCalister & Bishop,) 

269 W. Wash. 
Bishop Jesse, (col'd) lab. r. 490 S. 111. 
Bishop John, r. 236 S.. Ala. 
Bishop Sarah Ann, wid. John, r. 393 N. 

N.J. 
Bisking Christian H. lab. 136 Huron 
Bisking Christian H., jr., lab. r. 140 

Huron 
Bisking Henry, machinist, r. 136 

Huron 
Bisking Wm. bds. 88 Ft. W r ayne av. 
Bixby Emma wid. boarding, 166 E. 

Market 
Bixby Frank L. elk. r. 166 E. Market 
Black Amanda, (col'd) servant, 74 E. 

Mich. 
Black Chas. H. blacksmith, S. W.Drew 

& Co, r. N. J. nr. German Presb'an 

Church 
Black George H. carpenter, r. Wabash 

al. E. N. J. 
Black George W. salesman, 134 N. 

Penn. 



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Black Geo. VV. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24}< E. Wash. 
Black James B. (Elliott & Black,) r. 

24K E. Wash. 
Black Jerry, (col'd) lab. bds. 228 W. 

Vt. 
Black John. lab. r. 110 lnd, av. 
Black Josiah, carpenter, c.E. N". Y.and 

Winston 
Black Josiah, confec. 109 Mass. av. 
Black Maria E. wicl. Edwin, boarding 

house, 73 N. 111. r. same 
Black Mathew II. r. 207 Union 
Black Samuel, elk. W. & II. Glenn, bds. 

23 N. East 
Black Samuel, elk. bds. 1G6 E. Market 
Black Wm. M. r. 390 N. West 
Blackburn George W. F. barber, Chas. 

M. Marshall, r. 1G W. Pearl 
Blackburn Reuben, (col'd) hod carrier, 

r. 179 lnd. av. 
Bladder Thomas, shoe mkr.r. 40 Jones 
Blackmer Eli T. piano forte tuner, J. 

A. Butterfield & Co. bds. Macy 

House 
Blackwell John, lab. Osgood, Smith & 

Co. 230 S. 111. 
Blackwell Michael, pud helper, Indian- 
apolis Rolling Mill Co. 
Blackwell Thomas, puddler, Indianap- 
olis Rolling Mill Co. 
Blain Sarah C. wid. James W. r. 157 

Maple 
Blain Thomas, cupola tender, Novelty 

Works, 175 W. N. Y. 
Blain Thomas M. 175 W. N. Y. 
Blain Wm. painter, Louis Kelly, bds. 

175 W. N. Y. 
Blain Wm. P. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Blair Solomon, lawyer, 6 Langsdale 

blk. r. Hendricks Co. 
Blair Wm. M. elk. Philip Comfrey's, 

bds. 194 E. South 
Blake Albert, porter Palmer House. 

bds. Palmer House 
Blake George E. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Blake James, r. 308 N. Tenn. 
Blake James R. r. 308 N. Tenn. 
Blake John G. r. 308 N. Tenn. 
BLAKE JOHN W. lawyer and notary 

public, 45 E. Wash.r. 98 W. Walnut 



BLAKE J. W. & CO. (John W. Blake, 

John F. Durfeld and James M. 

King) land, war claim and collec- 
tion agents, 45 E. Wash. 
Blake Wm. M. notary public, 3 Vinton 

Block, r. 327 N. tenn. 
Blakesly Joseph, (col'd) waiter, Bates 

House 
Bland Hiram, carpenter, r. 77 W. Mc- 

Carty 
Bland Noah,(Holdman & Bland) North, 

cor. Patterson 
BLAND THOMAS A. Dr. publisher 

" North Western Farmer," 27 S. 

Meridian, bds. Palmer House 
Bland Timothy, brick moulder, r. 3G5 

E. Market 
Blank Anthony, elk. bds. 178 E. Wash. 
Blank Ernst, engraver, J. H. Stallo & 

Co. bds. California House 
Blackinship Lewis, carpenter, r. 300 

W. Md. 
Blatz Katarina, wid. Anderson, grocer, 

111. cor. Ray, r. same 
Blauvelt Charles, teamster, r. Orient, 

nr. La. and E. city limits 
Blauvelt David C. r. 235 W. Vt. 
Blauvelt James, fireman, C. & I. C. R. 

R. r. 427 E. Vt. 
Blauvelt John II. baggage master, I. & 

C. R. R. r. cor. Noble and Fletcher 

av. 
Blennan James, lab. bds. 1G9 N. David- 
son 
Bless Eleazer, r. 346 N. N. J. 
Blessing John (Elliott & Blessing) r. 

Shelbyville, lnd. 
Blettner John, blacksmith, r. 284 E. La. 
Blind Asylum, North bet. Meridian and 

Penn. 
Bliss Andrew D. student at Bryant, 

Straiton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Blizzard John, turnkey, county jail, r. 

Market ne. cor. Ala. 
Blocher George D. (Blocher & Myers) 

r. 82 lnd. av. 
BLOCHER & MYERS, (George D. 

Blocher and John A. Myers) stove 

dealers. 117 W. Wash. 
Blodaw Henry, messenger, Indianapl's 

Nat. Bank, r. Penn. I sq. N. city 

limits 
Blodgett Jane, wid. Andrew, r. 8 N. 

Miss. 
Bloest August, carpenter, bds. 30 Ky. 

av. 
Blood Lucius, lab. American Express 

office, Union Depot, bds. 83 YV. La. 
Bloom Peter, lab. bds. W, N. Y. 
Bloom William, lab. I. P. & C. depot 
Bloomendale Henry A. r. 197 Meek 
Bloomer Isaac L. lawyer, r. 423 E. St. 

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151 oo m stock John, r. 599 N", Tenn. 
Blount Alvin P. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Blount Barton P. student, N. W. C. 

University 
Bludan John, cabinet rakr. r. N. Penn. 

bet. 1st and 2d 
Blue Augustus M. gas fitter and plm'r, 

bds. 365 N. East 
Blue Charles G. gas fitter and plumber, 

Ramsey & Hanning, bds. 365 N. 

East 
Blue Cyrus B. carpenter, 365 IT. East 
Blue Gerard, r. 498 K. 111. 
Blue George W. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 2i% E. Wash. 
Blue William, bds. 498 N. 111. 
Ulume Francis, contractor, r. 27 W. St. 

Clair 
Bly David, driver Street P. W. r. 399 

S. East 
Bly George B. conductor St. P. W. r. 

399 S. East 
Bly John, teamster, r. 399 S. East 
Bly John, Jr. teamster, r. 399 S. East 
Bly O. H. P. brick mkr. r. 82 N. East 
Blythe Samuel, gas fitter, Cottrell & 

Knight, r. 187 S.Ala, 
Blythe William, grocer, r. 134 E. St. 

Joseph 
Blythe William M. (Reagan & Blythe) 

r. 136 E. St. Joseph 
Boahm Fredrick, r. 398 N. West 
Boardman Omer B. conductor C. S. R. 

R. r. 400 N.N. J. 
Boaz Charles H. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Boaz Naomi J, Mrs. wid. r. 34 W. North 
Bobbs Elizabeth, wid. Conrad, r. 195 N. 

Penn. 
Bobbs John S. physician, 15 E. Wash. 

r. E. Mich. rd. 
Bocher John, stone cutter, r. 17 Meek 
Bochert Frederick, coppersmith, r. 282 

E. Wash. 
Bock Christian, carpenter, r. 166 E. 

Mich. 
Bockien Joseph, watchmaker, r. 371 S. 

111. 
Bocook Samuel V. silversmith, r. 465 

Va. av. 
Bodenhamer William, printer, Journal 

Office, bds. 60 S. Penn. 
Bodenmiller Leonard, carriage maker, 

J. Mull, r. 70 E. St. Mary' 
Bodurtha H. M. teacher Indianapolis 

Female Institute, bds. 74 E. Mich. 
Boedeker Henry, carpenter, r. 205 S. 

Ala. 
Boedeker Henry, (Boedeker & Nie- 

man,) bds. Del. cor. Wash. 
Boedeker &Nieman,( Henry Boedeker, 

and Henry Nieman)," carpenters 

and builders, 126 N. N. J. " . 

Shurtleff & Macauley's, No 



Boehn Charles G. Terra Cotta ware, 
J. N. Glover, 23 Ky. av. 

Boerke Emil, shoemaker, works D. 
Vielhaber 

Boerman Ernst, lab. r. 472 S. West 

Boerum Joseph S. mail agt. Bellefon- 
taine R. R. r. 414 N. Del. 

BOETTICHER JULIUS, publisher 
Indiana Volksblatt, 164 E. Wash, 
r. same 

Boetticher Otto, printer, Volksblatt 

Bogardus William B. carpenter, D. Be- 
hyiner & Co. r. 95 S. Benton 

Bogei't Caroline, wid. Cornelius, r. 260 
Patterson S. City Hospital 

Boggs Charles, wholesale liquors, r.110 
E. St. Joseph 

Boggs Christian, lab. r. 110 E. St. Jo- 
seph 

Boggs Ella, r. 28 Fletcher's av. 

Boggs Henry, cooper, J. S. (Jarey &Co. 
r. S. Cal. nr. Soldier's Home 

Bogle Ralph D. r. 115 N. N. J. 

Bohlen Dietrich A. architect, r. 71 N. 
Noble 

Bohlin Louis, lab. D. Root & Co's. ma- 
chine works 

Bohn Gustavus, machinist. Flower's 
& Co. r. 326 S. Del. 

Boiler Frederick, (Hasting & Boiler.) 
r. Bluff rd. nr. McCarty 

Bokern Joseph, watchmaker, Clement 
A. Ferguson, r. 296 Bluff rd. 

Bolan Michael, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Company 

Bolan William, policeman, r. 386 W. 
N. Y. 

Boland Edward, lab. r. Huron nr. city 
limits 

Boland John, lab r. 340 S. Ala. 

Bolander Amos, soldier, r. U. S. Arse- 
nal 

Bolander Jacob, butcher, r. 288 N. 
Peru 

Boldt A, fruit dealer, bds. Neiman 
House 

Bold uck Louis, turner, r. Spring, nr. 
Mich. 

Bolduk Lewis, turner, r. cor. Spring 
and Mich. 

Bolen Kells, delivery elk. Merchants' 
Union Express Co. r. 42 E. Wash. 

Bolen Michael, lab. r. 43 Henry 

Boiler Peter, painter, r. 278 N. Winston 

Bollinger James, salesman, bds. 210 E. 
Ohio 

Bollinger James, student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 
and Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Bollman J. Henry, painter, Frank Fer- 
tig, 6 E. Wash. r. 300 N. Blake 

Bollmann Fred, bakery and confec- 
tionery, 107 E. Wash. 

Bolser Albert, cooper, bds. 38 Helen 

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22 West Washington St. 



Bolser Andrew, cooper, r. 38 Helen 

Bolsterer Frederick, saloon, 192 N. 
Miss. r. same 

Bolta Henry, lab. r. 29G N. Noble 

Bolton James, yard master R. R. r.2S9 
X. Winston 

Boman Henry, tailor, r. 226 E. Vt. 

Bombarger David, carpenter, r. 287 
Ind av. 

Bonarden Charles, lab. C. & I. C. depot, 
r. 71 Harrison 

Bond Abraham V. foreman A. Knodle, 
r. 32 E. Wash. 

Bond Caroline R. wid. Clauson, seam- 
stress, r. 47 Huron 

Bond Jesse, r. 755 X. Miss. 

Bond Joel L. livery and sale stable, al. 
bet. N. Penh, and N. Del. and bet. 
E. Market and E. Ohio 

Bond John, livery stable keeper, bds. 
70 E. Market 

Bond Pleasant, Professor of Mathe- 
matics, Gregory's National Busi- 
ness College, bds. Pyle House 

Bond Riley, miller, r. Centre, nr. Blake 

Bond Wm. A. harness mkr. Woods & 
Sellers, bds. 3G Henry. 

Bonesteel German R. moulder, bds. 
Globe House 

Bonev Mary, wid. Christ, midwife, r. 
185 E. Wash. 

Bonner Thomas, carpenter, r. 87 Ben- 
ton 

Bonsack John R. carpenter, r. 307 N. 
Ala. 

Booher Samuel, teamster, r. 388 Ind. av. 

Book Henry, carpenter, bds. 576 E. 
Wash. 

Bookstahler Charles, druggist, bds. 72 
W. South 

Bookstahler Sarah Mrs. r. 72 W. South 

Boone Gabriel, (col'd) lab. bds. 75 4th 

Boone Sally, dress mkr. r. 209 E. Mar- 
ket 

Boonewright Daniel, tanner, with J. K. 
Sharpe 

Boracher Charles, conductor I. & C. 
R. R. 

Borgert Andy, machinist, r. 340 S. Del. 

Borgmann Henry, lab. r. 473 E. Ga. 

Borgnar Charles, cigar mkr. bds. 31 
Chatham 

Borgnar John, stone mason, r. 31 Chat- 
ham 



Boring Ephraim, plasterer, r. West bet~ 

North and St. Clair 
Borkert Andrew, carpenter, r. 340 S. 

Del. 
Born William F. rope mkr. r. 259 S. 

West 
Borst George, tanner, r. S. 111. nr. Mc- 

Carty 
Borst Frederick, butcher, 22 N. 111. r. 

Bluft rd. 
Bosdorfer George, elk. Brant &Resner, 

r. 44 Mich. rd. 
Bosnal Henry, elk. Morris, bds. Pyle 

House 
Boss Lovel, (col'd) r. 126 Benton 
Bossert John, baker, r. 36 Dougherty 
Bost John, basket mkr. 471 S. 111. r. 

same 
Bos well D. K. patent rights, bds. Little's 

Hotel 
Boswell John, carpenter, r. 24 Wright 
Boswell Wesley, fireman, r. 45 S. 111. 
Boswell William, fireman, C. & I. C^ 

R. W. 
Bott George F. printer, Daily Tele- 
graph, 17 W. Md. bds. Volk's Gar- 
den, Wash. 
Bottenbeun John. elk. George C. Krug. 

bds. 67 S. Noble 
Botts William, blacksmith, C. Renner, 

r. 131 Bluff rd. 
Bouchet S. Mrs. clothes cleaning and 

dyeing. 42 W. Ky. av. r. same 
Boulan<re C. J. Mons. teacher of French r 

Indiana Female College, bds. N. 

Meridian cor. W. N. Y. 
Bourgonne Stephen, cigar mkr. Peter 

Kretsch, bds. California House 
Bousier John. lab. Osgood, Smith & 

Co.'s Hub Fac. 230 S. III. 
Bouvy Adrien. tinner, I. M. Frankem, 

r. 39 Forest av. 
BOWEN, BROUGH & LAWTON, (F. 
. W. Bowen, J. W. Brough and C. A. 

Lawton) Railroad Supplies, 117 E. 

Wash. 
Bowen Frank W. (Bowen, Brough & 

Lawton) bds. Bates House 
Bowen Martha J. (col'd) r 67 Hosbrook 
Bowen Oliver T. painter, nr. Tinker 

bet. Penn. and Del. 
Bowen Patrick, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 364 

S. Tenn. 
Bowen Silas T. (Bowen, Stewart & Co.) 

82 W. Vt. 
Bowen Simeon, (col'd) cook, r. 91 N. 

W est 
BOWEN, STEWART & CO. (Silas T. 

Bowen, Mrs. Wm. Stewart, Chas. 

G. Stewart & Alfred D. Clarke,) 

booksellers, stationers and paper 

dealers, 18 W. Wash. 
Bowen T. W. bds. Bates House 
Bowen William, painter, r. 258 N. Win- 
ston 



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Bower Louisa Mrs. r. 318 Winston 
Bowers Frank, lab. Helweg & Roberts, 

r. Bluff rd. suburbs 
Bowers Jacob, lab. r. 348 S. Meridian 
Bowers Oliver C. student, ft. W. C. 

University 
Bowers Thomas, (col'd) barber, W. 

Harris, r. E Wash. 
Bowers Valentine, student, ft. W. C. 

University 
Bowker Clarence, student, ft. W. C. 

University 
Bowker Harrison, grocer, r. 231 E. 

Mich. 
Bowler Mary, wid. Martin, r. 331 E. 

La. 
Bowles John G. carpenter, r. 330 S. 

West 
Bowles Thomas II. lawyer, r. 493 1ST. 

Meridian 
Bowlus George A. book-keeper, Wiley 

& Martin, bds. Palmer House 
Bowman Al. spoke turner, bcls. 266 S. 

111. 
Bowman A. S. wood turner, bds. ftei- 

man House 
Bowman George, butcher, bds. W. In- 
dianapolis 
Bowman Henry M. photograph gal- 
lery, 2 W. Wash. bds. Snelson 

House 
Bowman Jeremiah, lab. r. W. Indian- 
apolis 
Bowman J. S. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co. 

r. 230 S. 111. 
Bowman Peter, bar keeper, Washing- 

ington Hall, bds. same 
Bowman William C. carpenter, r. 418 

S. 111. 
Bowman William II. lab. r. 41 ft. 

Bright 
Bowman W r illiam M. lab. bds. Mich. 

rd. E.city limits 
Bowmann Andras, r. 81 Elizabeth 

Bowser Levi C. grocer, 275 Va. av. r. 

277 Va. av. 
Bowyer Annie Miss, bds.nr. Pearl, bet. 

S. N. J. and Ala. 
Boy James T. physician, Penn. r. 117 

Mass. av. 
Boyce Nathan, carpenter, Judson & 

Dodd 
Boyce William M. carpenter, r. 503 S. 

East 
Boyd Adeline Mrs. wid. Asa, r. 239 W. 

McCarty 
Boyd Charles J. city B. R. conductor, 

bds. Sheridan House 
Boyd, David M. r. 177 S. Ala. 
Boy* Frank A. (Wood & Boyd,) bds. 

35 Va. av. 
Boyd George W. elk. freight office, 

B. R. R. bds. 179 S. Ala. 
Boyd James, fireman, bds. 78 Benton 



Boyd James T. (Boyd & Johnson) r. 

117 Mass. av. 
Boyd Richard M. wagon maker, r. 182 

ft. Mo. 
Boyd William A. elk. EDWARDS & 

BOYD, r. 708N.Tenn. 

BOYD WILLIAM H. (Edwards <fc 
Boyd,) publisher of Washington, 
D. C, Philadelphia, Pa., and other 
Citv and Business Directories. 
16>| E. Wash, r. 708 ft. Tenn. 

Boyd William II. telegraph operator, 
T. II. & I R. R. Co. bds. Spencer 
House 

Bond W. J. student at Beyant, Steat- 

TON Jj Co\S, COMMEBCIAL AND 

Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

BOYD & JOHNSTON, (Jas. T. Boyd 
and David R. Johnston,) physi- 
cians, 66 ft. Penn. 

Boyle B. lab. Osgood, Smith &Co. hub 
factory, 230 S. 111. 

Boyle Bernard, lab. r. 157 High 

Boyle Catharine Mrs. r. 32 ft. Douglas. 

Boylen Frank, student at Geegoey's 
National Business College of 
Teade, 24i^ E. Wash. 

Boylen Francis, student at Gregory's 
Business College, bds. 60.*S. Penn. 

Boylen Thomas, student at Gregory's 
Business College, bds. 60 S. Penn. 

Bovou William (col'd) white washer, 
r. 81 W. Ga. 

Boys James, student, ft.W". C. Univer- 
sity 

Brach'Alva C. book-keeper, Colonel 
Streight, r. 68 Bates 

Brackebush Charles J. (Lukens and 
Brackebush), r. 220 ft. Tenn. 

Brackebush E. student at Geegoey's 
National Business College op 
Teade, 24} £ E. Wash. 

Brackebush Mrs. 548 ft. Tenn. 

brackebush Otto, elk. Union R. R. 
ticket office 

Bracken Lydia F. folder, Herald Office 
bds. 403 W. ft. Y. 

Bracken Susan, wid. James, r. 115 Ash 

Bracken Thomas, stereotyper, Herald 
Office, r. 403 W. ft. Y. 

Brackin Thomas E. (Isgrigg & Brack- 
in), r. 403 W. ft. Y. 

Braddock Jos. r. 199 E. Wash. 

Biaddock & Wright, (Joseph Brad- 
dock and Wesley G. Wright), bil- 
liard saloon, 199 E. Wash. 

Brademeier Charles, teamster, works 
McCord and Wheatley 

Brademier Christian, lab. r. 279 ft. Da- 
vidson 

Braden David Captain, r. 124 S. Me- 
ridian 



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Braden James (William and James 
Braden), bds. Pyle House 

Braden William (Fields & Braden and 
Wm. & J. Braden.) r. 475 N. 111. 

Braden William II. travelling salesman 
William & James Braden, 24 W. 
Wash. 

BRADEN, WILLIAM & JAMES, 
steam job printers and blank book 
manfacturers, 24 W. Wash. 

Bradford George (col'd) hostler "Wm. 
Harper, r. 30 S. Pennsylvania 

Bradimier John F. teamster, r. 17 E. 
Lockerbie 

Bradley Emor. clerk frt. office C. & I. 
C. R. R. bds. Sherman House 

Bradley Francis, conductor St. R. W. 
bds. 142 S. Tennessee 

Bradley Jeptha, bds. Oriental House 

Bradley, J. W., teacher penmanship, In- 
dianapolis Female Institute 

Bradley J. W. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Bradley Samuel, farmer, r. Dacotah, 
nr. line 

Bradley Wm. laborer, bds. Rockwood, 
bet. East and Noble 

Brado Joseph, salesman L. H. Tyler & 
Co. r. 199 Virginia av. 

Brado Thomas, groceries, dry goods 
and notions, 199 S. East, r. same 

Bradshaw George, carpenter, r. 309 N. 
Winston 

Bradshaw John A. agt. Franklin Life 
Ins. Co. r. 26 E. Vermont 

Bradshaw John AV. master work dept. 
Institute for Blind, r. 164 N. East. 

Bradshaw Margaret, wid. William, r. 
264 N. Tennessee 

Bradshaw William A., U. S. revenue 
assessor 6th Dist. 13 P. O. Build- 
ing, r. 164 N. East 

Bradtmoeller Henry, porter, Browning 
& Sloan, bds 172 N. Illinois 

Brady John, boarding house, 80 S. Mis- 
sissippi, r. same 

Brady John, bricklayer, r. 7 Bates 

Brady Michael, bricklayer Arsenal, r. 
Fourth and Illinois 

Brady Rose, dressmaker, Mrs. Hogan's 

Bradyinire Charles, teamster, r. 252 E. 
Market 

Magazines Bound in any sty 



Brake John, fireman C. R. R. bds. 314 
E. George 

Brake Sarah M. wid. Charles, r. 349 E. 
McCarty. 

Bralan Thomas, painter, r. 204 Bu- 
chanan 

Bralan William, lab. r. 204 Buchanan. 

Brain Wm. W. student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade 24>£ E. Washington 

Braman C. C student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£E. Washington 

Bramble Hamilton G. brick mason, r. 
191 N. East 

Bramcamp Henry, butcher, r. N.Penn. 
nr. First 

Brain nicr Wm. carpenter D. Root & 
£po. machine works 

Brirmwell John M. bookkeeper Brown- 
ing & Sloan, r. 68 S. Mississippi 

Bramwell Zenas F. engineer r. 124 E. 
Merrill 

Branan John, brick mason, r. 69 Maple. 

Branch James, Dlacksmith Van Blari- 
cum & Craft, bds. 233 W. Wash. 

BRANCH OF THE BANK OF THE 
STATE OF INDIANA, Washing- 
ton, ne. cor. Meridian 

Brand Thomas G. Capt. bds. 60 N. Cal. 

Brandt Christian, (Brandt C. & Reas- 
ner) r, E. Wash. nr. city limits 

Brandt C. &Reasner, (Christian Brandt 
and Wm. F. Reasner) grocers, re- 
tail, Mich. rd. nr. city limits 

Brandt Henry, r. E. Wash, outside cor- 
poration 

Brandt Herman, bds. Market, bet Lib- 
erty and Noble 

Brangeaus Charles, grocer retail, r. 
Mich. rd. E. city limits 

Branham Edward, (Mayhew & Bran- 
ham) r. 240 N. Tenn. 

Branman A. C. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, U% E. Wash. 

Bran nan John, elk. P. O. r. 439 Va. av. 

Brannin Patrick, porter Sherman 
House, bds. Sherman House 

Brant August, blacksmith, bds. Cali- 
fornia llo use 

Branyan James, rolling mill, bds. 278 
S. Miss. 

Branyan Robert, rolling mill, bds. 278 
S. Miss. 

Branyan Sarah Mrs. wid. Andrew, r. 
278 S. Miss. 

Branyan Wm. rolling mill, bds. 278 S. 
Miss. 

Brashear George, machine hand, War- 
ren Tate's Factory • 

Brattain Henry T. express man, r. 283 
E. George 

Brattain John W. teamster, r. 188 N. 
Tenn. 

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Brattain Jonathan, teamster, r. 188 N. 

• Tenn. 
Brattain Wm. J. huckster, r. 70 N.Del. 
Bratton Wm. carpenter, bcls. 221 "YV. 

Wash. 
Bray Elizabeth, wid. Isaac, r. 83 Elm 
Bray John S. Lieut, police, r. 240 1ST. 

'East 
Bray Peter L. plasterer, r. 176 Mass. av. 
Bray Wm. H. elk. J. F. Wingate, bds. 

'240 1ST. East 
Bredehop Dietrich H. express man, r. 

213 Va. av. 
Bredenmeyer Christian, lab. B. R. R. 

depot, r. 279 X. Davis 
Breedlove Bales, r. 143 Davidson 
Breedlove Lewis, r. 35 1ST. Bright 
Breen James, track layer, B. R. R. r. 

339 Winston 
Breese Isaac, carpenter, r. IS N. Doug- 
las 
Breh Leopold, baker, 231 S. Del. r. 

same 
Brem Frank J. cabinet mkr. 98 S. Del. 

r. same 
Bremerman Frederick, carriage build- 
er, r. 295 X. Ala. 
Brend Geo. W. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 

Snelson House 
Brenan J. bds. Bates House 
Brenker Wm. cooper, r. 343 N. N. J. 
Brennan Daniel, lab. r. 27 Thomas 
Brennan John, r. 362 W. X. Y. 
Breuning John F. carpenter, r. 379 S. 

Del. 
Bresnahan Timothy, lab. T. H. & I. R. 

R. r. Mo. bet. South and McCarty 
Brester William, carpenter, r. Va. av. 
Bretney Eugene, carder, bds. 236 X. 

111. 
Bretiiey Joseph R. policeman 
Bretney William, policeman, r. 236 W. 

111. 
Brett M. L. miller, r. 2 E Mich. 
Bretz Adam, retail grocer, La. cor. 111. 

r. 111. bet. Ga. and La. 
Breuning George, student, Bryant & 

Stratton, bds. Jackson cor. Forrest 

av. 
Breuning George A. Rev. r. Jackson 

cor. Forrest av. 
Breunninger Augustus, grocer, 180 W. 

Wash. 
Brewer Edward, (coTd) barber, 91 S. 

111. r. 160 1ST. Douglas 
Brewer G. W. bds. Snelson House 
Brewer M. A. Mrs. boarding, 17% Ya. 

av. 
Brewer Samuel C. miller, Sohl, Gibson 

&Co. 
Brick Margaret, laundress, Ray House 
Brick Michael, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 
Bridgeman Mary M. r. 78 Huron 
Briggan Charles, printer, r. 240 S. Ala. 



Briggs Albert J. carpenter, bds. 57 

Maple 
Briggs Alfred, r. 452 Roset 
Briggs Elizabeth, wid. James, r. 38 

Centre nr. Blake 
Briggs E. M. carpenter, bds. Broadway 

nr. Cherry 
Briggs James, apprentice. D. Root & 

Co. machine works 
Briggs William, carpenter, bds. 57 

Maple 
Brigham, Charles E. printer, i\ 240 S. 

Ala. 
Bright Charlotte E. wid. Louis, dress 

mkr. E. Ga. bet. S. Noble and S. 

Liberty 
Bright James E. carpenter, r. N. Tenn. 

; bet. 4th and 5th 
Bright John D. (Curtis & Bright) bds. 

Sherman House 
Brill John, carpenter, r. 111. cor. Ray 
Brimmerman Fred, wagon mkr. r. 295 

N. Ala. 
Brind John T. r. 332 S. Del. 
Brink: Christian A. D. salesman, Chas. 

Mayer & Co. r. 131 ST. N. J. 
Brink E. M. student at Gregory's 

National Business College op 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Brink Wm. tailor, C. F. Muller, r. 393 

E. Mich. 
Brinker August, grocer, 174 W.N. Y. 

r. same 
Brinkman John F. grocery retail, 261 

Mass. av. r. same 
Brinkmann Charles, foreman, r. 131 N. 

N.J. 
Brinkmann Fred, carpenter, r. Plank 

rd. n r. city limits 
Brinkmeyer Frederick, porter, J. C 

Brinkmeyer, r. 234 N. Davidson. 
Brinkmeyer George, traveling agt. J 

C. Brinkmeyer, r. 238 N. David- 
son 
Brinkmeyer John C. wines and liquors, 

82 W. Wash. r. 288 N. Liberty 
Brinkmeyer John 11. r. 238 N. David- 
son 
Brinkworth Geo. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Brison Jonathan r. Bluff rd. 
Brister John, flagman, Madison R. R. 

r. 367 Ya. av. 
Bristol Anthony I. trav. agt. r. 59 W. 

Md. 
Bristori Samuel M. r. 135 N. Del. 
Bristor William A. (Bristor & Ebert,) 

r. 135 N. Del. 
BRISTOR & EBERT, (W. A. Bristor 

& John Ebert,) boots and shoes, 75 

E. Wash. 
Bristow- Thomas, r. 111. bet. Ray and 

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Britt Nellie Miss, dress mkr. r. 315 S. 
East 

BRITTON JOHN G. barber shop, 181 
W. Wash. r. same 

Brock J. M. blacksmith, bds. 233 W. 
Wash. 

Brock John II. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Brock R. machine hand, Warren Tates 

factory- 
Brock Robert, carpenter, r. 352 Va. av. 

Brock Thomas, teamster, bds. 352 Va. 
av. 

Broeksmith Henry J. blacksmith, r. 
122 Huron 

Broeksmith Louis, finisher, r. 122 Hu- 
ron 

Broden James, iron molder, r. 271 E. 

n.y. 

Broden James, lab. Sinker & Co. r. c. 

Sinker and N. J. 
Broden John, apprentice, Indianapolis 

Agricultural Works, bds. 2 Henry 
Broden Michael, printer. Downey & 

Brouse, r. 269 E. N. Y. 
Broden Patrick, r. 2 Henry 
Broderick John, machinist, r. 119 W. 

South 
Broderick J. W. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Broderick Martin, lab. arsenal r. 280 

E. Wash. 
Broderick Mary, wid. Murty, r. 140 

Ind. av. 
Broderick Michael, lab. r. 280 E. Wash. 
Brodie George, baker, r. 128 N. 111. 
Broa:an Patrick, bricklayer, r. 270 E. 

Wash. 
Brogan Thomas, lab. r. 107 Ash 
Brohl Joseph, gunsmith, bds. 134 S. 

Meridian 
Brokaw Orson, salesman II. Bowker, 

r. ]$T. J. cor. Mich. 
Broking Christian, drayman, r. 143 

Union 
Broking Jacob (II. Stolte & Co.) r. 385 

S. Del. 
Brooker Thomas W. bricklayer, r. 774 

N. Tenn. 

Blank Books for Merchants 



Brooklyn Life Ins. Co. Witt & Ar- 

buckle, State Agts. sw. cor. Wash. 

and Meridian 
Brooks Bennett, carpenter, r. 178 Mass. 

av. 
Brooks C. R. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Brooks George C. clerk, John C. Mc- 

Iver, 22 E. Wash. 
Brooks IIenr3 r , carpenter, r. W. Indian- 
apolis. . 
Brooks James W. bds. Sheridan House 
Brooks John, blacksmith, r. 7G Ky. av. 
Brooks John W. (col.) bds. 623 N. Miss. 
Brooks Joseph, stone cutter, bds. 30 

Ky. av. 
Brooks Jos. D. stone cutter, Goddard 

& Sons, r. 19 W. Ga. 
Brooks Mollie, seamstress, bds. Little's 

Hotel 
Brooks Nathan, farmer, r. W. Indian- 
apolis. 
Brooks Wm. (col'd) lab. r. Elizabeth, 

nr. Cit}'- Hospital 
Brooks Win. cooper, r. 121 W. Vt. 
Brooksmith Henry, blacksmith, Eagle 

Machine Works 
Brooner Roman, lab. r. 26 W. McCarty 
Brothers John, blacksmith, r. 560 E. 

Wash. 
Brothers Wm. II. photograph gallery, 

2 W. Wash. r. same 
Brough George W. butcher, r. 312 N. 

Noble 
Brough John W. (Bowen, Brough & 

Lavvton,) r. 333 S. Ala. 
Brouse Andrew, r. 138 E. N. Y. 
Brouse Chas. W. (Downey & Brouse), 

r. 92 E. Market 
Brouse David W. (Brouse & Bro.) r. 

138 E. N. Y. 
Brouse John A.Rev.Treas.and Finan- 
cial Agt. S. E. Ind. Conference, r. 

92 E. Market 
Brouse Olin R. student at law and no- 
tary public, 24>.< E. Wash. bds. 92 

E. Market 
Brouse Thomas W. (Brouse & Bro.) r. 

77 W. North 
Brouse & Bro. (Thomas W. Brouse and 

David W. Brouse), carpenters and 

builders, 130 E. N. Y. 
Brower George W. printer, Journal 

office, bds. 126 N. Tenn. 
Brower J. printer, W. & J. Braden, bds. 

126 N. Tenn. 
Brower Theodore, printer, W. & J. 

Braden, bds. 126 N. Tenn. 
Brown A. A. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Brown Abraham, elk. E. Hoefger 
Brown Abram, (col'd) lab. r. 225 W. 

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Brown A. Helen, teacher city academy, 

bds. cor. E. Mich, and Kf . East 
Brown Albert, merchant police, bds. 

Snelson House 
Brown Albert, grocer, Del. cor. Wy- 
oming, r. same 
Brown Austin H. Collector Int. Rev. 

6th District, 15 P. O. bldg. r. 290 S. 

Meridian 
Brown Benjamin F. lawyer, 4 W. Wash. 

r. 294 St. Clair 
Brown Benjamin F. book keeper, bds. 

31 W. Mich. 
Brown Charles, carpenter, Mayhew & 

Fearnley, 19 Circle 
Brown Charles, elk. A. D. Harvev, bds. 

164 Va. av. 
Brown Charles, cook, Bates House, bds. 

same 
Brown Charles H. barber, r. 349 N\ Ala. 
Brown Charles H. carpenter, r. 299 Ind. 

av. 
Brown Chris, (col'd) lab. bds. 223 W. 

Vt. 
Brown Daniel R. (Evans & Brown) r. 

Nobles ville 
Brown Eliza A. wid. Ellis, boarding 

house, 174 W. Ohio, r. same 
Brown Ellen Mrs. r. 286 N. Noble 
Brown Ellison, painter, r. 564 N. 111. 
Brown Ezra W. teacher, Deaf and 

Dumb Institute 
Brown Frank M. cashier, r. 439 N. N. J. 
Brown George, r. 392 N. Ala. 
Brown George, sr. sexton Lutheran 

Church 
Brown George P. C. machinist, Sinker 

& Co. r. 383 N. Ala. 
Brown George R. r. Christian av. cor. 

Cherry 
Brown George T. operator W. U. Tele- 
graph, bds. Pattison House 
Brown Harvey M. conductor, Jeffer- 

sonville R. R. r. 177 X, Del. 
Brown Henry, elk. Hume, Adams & 

Co. r. McOuat's Block 
Brown Henry, lab. r. 270 Mass. av. 
Brown Henry, (col'd) lab. r. Camp Car- 

rington, n. of 7th 
Brown Ignatius, lawver and war claim 

agent, 8 E. Wash*, r. 243 E. South 
Brown Ike I. plasterer, r. 270 N. Liberty 
Brown J. student. N. W, C. University. 
Brown Jacob, lab. Lieber's brewery, 

bds. 57 E. South 
Brown James D. paper hanger, r. 352 

N. Ala. 
Brown James H. druggist, Kiefer &• 

Vinton r. 181 Mass. av. 
Brown James J. carpenter, r, 274 Mad- 
ison av. 
Brown James W. civil engineer, r. 115 

N. Meridian 
BROWN J. BURGESS, pass agt. A. & 

G. W. R. R. Co. r. 145 W. South 



EVANS & RICE, 

PREMIUM PUMPS, 

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INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



r. 349 



Brown Jeremiah, expressman, 

% Ala. 
Brown Jesse, helper, Rolling Mill, bds. - 

495 S. 111. 
Brown John, elk. bds. 166 E. Market 
Brown John, elk. W. & II. Glenn, bds. 

23 N. East 
Brown John, conductor St. R. W. r. 229 

Mass. av. 
Brown John, lab. r. 567 S. 111. 
Brown John, plasterer, r. 229 Mass. av. 
Brown John, shoe mkr. r. 148 W. Vt. 
Brown John, (col'd) lab. r. 107 S. Noble 
Brown John F. carpenter, r. 237 W. 

Ohio 
BROWN JOHN GEO. retail grocer, 

300 N. N. J. r. 302 N. N. J. 
Brown John H. F. tinner, r. 366 N. Ala. 
Brown John W. (Goth, Brown &Busch- 

mann) r. 401 N.N.J. 
Brown John W. brakesman Cm. R. R. 

r. 172 W. Ga. 
BROWN JOSEPH II. tin, copper and 

sheet iron worker, 308 Va. av. r. 58 

Huron 
Brown Joseph P. plasterer, r. 526 N. 

Meridian 
Brown Julia A. Mrs. r. 351 Mass. av. 
Brown L. M. tinsmith. I. L. Frankem, 

r. 125 E. St. Joseph 
Brown Marcus L. book-keeper, Lock- 
hart & Co. r. 73 N. 111. 
Brown Mary, seamstress, bds. 424 Va. 

av. 
Brown Mary, wid. r. 69 Ann 
Brown Mary A. teacher school 272 E. 

North, bds. cor. St. Clair and East 
Brown Mary C. Mrs. wid. John G. r. „ 

302 N. N. J. 
Brown Michael, stone cutter, al. bet. 

West and Favette 
Brown M. V. B. elk. 450 W. Wash. 
Brown Philip A. lawyer and notary 

public, 10 N. Pen n. r. Bethel rd. 
Brown R. J. blacksmith. Central R. R.' 

shop, bds. 118 Benton 
Brown R. T. gen. trav. agt. N. M. R. R. 

r. 124 N. East 
Brown Richard, blacksmith, bds. 118 

Benton 
Brown Robert, elk. bds Pattison House 
Brown Roll in, engineer, Charles Cox,« 

r. 274 Madison av. 
Brown Ryland T. physician and Pro- 1 

fessor N, W. C. University, r.-/ 

Christiana av. nr. Cherry 

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(col'd; barber, r. 225 
works Union Depot, 
F. chipper, bds. 147 
F. elk. P. O. r. 229 
H. agt. bds. 31 W. 
II. check recorder, 



Brown Samuel, (col'd) cook, Pyle 
House, r. Pearl bet N. Tenn. and 
N. Miss. 

Brown Samuel M. barber, r. 172 W. Ga. 

Brown Sarah A. milliner, r. 74 E.Ohio 

Brown Thomas A. tinner, bds. 58 Hu- 
ron 

Brown Thomas L. bell waiter, Palmer 
House 

Brown Tilghman, carpenter, r. 274 
Madison av. 

Brown V. J. elk. W. & II. Glenn, bds. 
564 N. 111. 

Brown William 
W. Ohio 

Brown \V illiam, 
r. 395 S. Del. 

Brown William 
Union 

Brown William 
Mass. av. 

Brown William 
Mich. 

Brown William 
Union Depot 

Brown William J. elk. P. O. bds. 54 N. 
Miss. 

Brown William J. plasterer, r. 1G 1st 

Brown William P. hat manfr. 34 Ky. 
av. r. same 

Brown William S. (col"d) barber, M. 
Mason & Son, r. Ohio nr. West 

Brown William S. r. 318 X. Liberty 

Brown Willis, (col'd) boarding house, 
172 W.Ga. r. same 

Browning Edmund, register Land Of- 
fice, r. 109 Va. av. 

Browning Frank, elk. Browning & 
Sloan, bds. 172 N. 111. 

Browning George, elk. P. O. bds. Ori- 
ental House 

tBrowning John W. bds. 239 N. N. J. 

Browning Robert, (Browning & Sloan), 
r. 172 N. 111. 

Browning Woodvjlle, elk. Browning 
& Sloan, bds. Oriental House 

Browning Woodville, wood sawyer, I. 
& T. II . R. R. bds. 272 W. Md. 

BRO WN1NG & SLOAN, (Robert 
Browning and George W. Sloan,) 
druggists, 7 and 9 E. Wash. 

iJroyles Moses Rev. (col'd) pastor Bap 
Church 



tist Church, r. 227 Minerva 
' Brubaker 11. W. physician, 26 N. 111. i 
^ 41 Ky. av. 

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Bruce George, County Commissioner. 

Marion county, r. Fall Creek rd. 
Bruce Henry, (col'd) barber, 378 E.Ga. 

bds. same 
Bruce Jerry, (col'd) lab. bds. 378 E. Ga. 
Bruck William, printer, Ben Franklin 

I rinting House, bds. Wash. cor. 

East 
Bruckner Robert, brewer, Christian F. 

Schmidt 
Bruder Robert, agent, bds. 30 Ky. av. 
Bruaggemann Wm. clerk, r. 203 David- 
son 
BRUEL EDWARD, music teacher, r. 

140 N. Tenn. 
Bruening Edward (E. & J. Bruening,) 

r. 6 E. Wash. 
Bruening Frederick, drayman, r. 139 

Bluff road 
Bruening Joseph (E. & J. Bruening,) 

r. 6 8. Wash. 
Bruening E. & J. (Edward and Jeseph 

Bruening), photographers, 6 E. 

Wash. 
Bruer Nicholas, lab. r. Bluff road 
Bruin Mary Mrs. wid. Hansford, r. 130 

Mass. av. 
Bruin Newton, teamster, r. 130 Mass. 

av. 
Brum Jacob, varnisher, r. N. J. nr. St* 

Joseph 
Brumer Charles, music teacher, r. 25 

W r . Pratt 
Brundage Edward C. grocer, 351 E- 

Market, r. Noble cor. Market 
Brume Mrs. wid. r. 286 N. Noble 
Bruner Augustus A. student, r. 400 N.. 

N.J. 
Bruner Jacob, carpenter, r.402 E. Mich. 
Bruner R. machinist, Eagle Machine 

Works 
Bruning Frederick, carpenter, r. 397 S. 

Del. 
Brunuemer William F. police, r. 22 N. 
. Douglas 
Brunner Frederick, expressman, 26j^ 

N. Penn. r. 193 N. Davidson 
Brunner John (Brunner & Neiger), 660 

N. Tenn. 
Brunner & Neiger (John Brunner and 

Jacob Neiger), butchers, 660 N. 

Tenn. 
Bruns Henry, teamster, r. Nebraska 
Bruns Henry G. A. cattle dealer, r. 386 

N.N.J. 
Brupp Peter, collar maker, r. 341 S. 

Penn. 
Brust Jacob, teacher St. Paul's school, 

r. E. Ga. 
Bryan Albert H. physician, r. 420 N. 

Del. 
Bryan Felix A. (J. W. Bryan & Bro.) 

' r. 511 N. Miss. 
Bryan James W. (J. W. Bryan & Bro.) 

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Bryan John M. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Bryan John F. Fred. P. Rush, r. 63 E. 
McCarty 

BRYAN J. W. & BRO. (James W. & 
Felix A. Bryan), prescription drug- 
gists, La. cor. 111. 

Bryan Julia, waiter, Spencer House 

Bryan Mike, B. R. R, yard, bds. 339 
Winston 

Bryant James G. hook dealer, bds. 58 
S. Penn. 

Bryant John S. conductor B. R. R. bds. 
68 S. Miss. 

Bryant Joseph, lab. r. 323 W. Market 

Bryant Robert, millwright, bds 73 E. 
Wash. 

Bryant Stanley, elk. George M. & Al- 
exander F. Jenison, bds 19 W. Ohio 

BRYANT, STRATTON & CO.'S BUS- 
INESS COMMERCIAL COL- 
LEGE, Blackford Block, 2d floor 

Bryant T. R. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24);< E. Wash. 

Bryrlon Robert T. elk. Gen. frt. office 
C. & I. C. R. R. bds. 43 W. Md. 

Bryson John G. salesman, Roll, Kimble 
& Aikman, 123 S. Meridian 

Buchanan Charles, messenger Wiles & 
Reynolds, bds. 48 Mass. av. 

Buchanan Catherine, wid. Thomas, r. 
314 & 316 E. Wash. 

Buchanan Fortunatus C. (Stubbs & 
Buchanan) r. 82 S. 111. 

Buchanan George W. carpenter, r. 131 
S. Noble 

Buchanan James, bricklayer, bds. 74 
N. Penn. 

Buchanan James R. student N. W. C. 
University 

Buchanan John A. internal revenue 
agt. r. 48 Mass. av. 

BUCHANAN JOHN A. Mrs. millinery 
and dress making, 48 Mass. av. 

Buchanan Oliver II. bricklayer, r. 70 
Ind. av. 

Buchanan John, lab. r. 300 S. Mo. 

Buche Fred. (Hoffman & Co.) r. 171 
Bluff rd. 

Bucholtz John, shoemkr. John Matz, 
bcK 182 W. Wash. 

Buchhorn Christian, wagon inkr, bds. 
98 N. Davidson, cor. Ohio 

Buchhorn William, chairmkr. bds 98 
Davidson, cor. Ohio 

Buchrig Ernst II. saloon, 37 E. South, 
r. same 

Buthter George, retail grocer, 52 S. 
Cal. r. same 

Buchwalter Kiz J. Miss, teacher Ind. 
Female College, bds. N. Meridian 
cor W. N. Y. 

Buck Charles, section boss I. P. & C.R. 
R. r. 30 Biddle 



Buck R. B. Mrs. actress Metropolitan 
Theater, bds. 153 W. Md. 

Buck Robert B. prompter Metropolitan 
Theater, r. 153 W. Md. 

Bucker Caroline Mrs. grocery, 113 St. 
Joseph, r. same 

Bucker John, marble polisher, 113 St. 
Joseph, r. same 

Bucker John Mrs. provisions and gro- 
ceries, 113 E. St. Joseph 

Buckh Conrad, bar keeper, r. al. bet. 
Ohio, Market. East and Noble 

Buckley Jeremiah M. saloon keeper 
Walker House, bds. 297 W. Wash. 

Buckley Jerry, bar keeper, Walker 
House, bds. 297 W. Wash. 

Buckley John, brakeman, 1. & C. R. R. 
r. 32 Lord 

Buckley John D. tailor Treat & Co. r. 
Ind. av. nr. West 

Bucklev Maria, bds Ind. av. nr. West 

Buckley Timothy, lab. r. 124 Meek 

Buckner Louis (cord) lab. r. Camp Oar- 
rington 

Bucksot John W. bds. 482 N. 111. 

Bucksot ffni. (Bucksot & Harter), r. 
482 N. 111. 

BUCKSOT & HARTER (Wm. Buck- 
sot and John A. Harter). proprs. of 
the Exchange Stables, 35 N. ill. 

Buckstahler Charles, druggist, J. W. 
Bryant & Bro. r. 72 W. South 

Buckstahler Martin, r. 72 W. South 

Buckstahler Sarah, wid. Mathias, r. 72 
W. South 

Budd John R. (Budd & Hum) r.298N. 
Penn. 

BUDD & HUFF, (John R, Budd and 
Jos. T. Huff.) grocers, 298 N. Penn. 

Buddenbaum Henry C. carpenter, C. & 
I. C. R. R. r. 396 E. Ohio 

Bjiddenbaum John A. clerk G. C. King, 
bds. S. Noble cor. Meek 
idenz Henry, tailor, r. 266 S. Penn. 
udenz Louis, tailor, r. 266 S. Penn. 

Buehler John, instrument maker, E.F. 
Steffens, bds. 183 Blake 

Buehler John, lab. bds. Mich. nr. Peru 
R. R. 

BUELL CHESTER H. mnfr. and pro- 
prietor of Buell's Family Medi- 
cines, 75 E. Market, r. Western av. 
cor. Forest Home av. 

Buenagel Joseph, cigar maker, C C. 
. Hunt, r. 8 S.Del. 

Buennagel Charles, tinner, bds. Del. nr. 
McCarty 

Buennegel Frederick, baker, r. 84 S. 
Liberty 

Buenting John, salesman, r. 306 E. 
Wash. 

Bufkin John C. lawver, 11% S. Meri- 
dian, bds. 297 N. Del. 

Bugbee Alvin W. steward Bates House 



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Bugg Nathan (col'd) cook Little's Ho- 
tel, bds. same 
Bugg Samuel, lab, r. 451 E. Ga. 
Buhler Benedict, cooper, r. 22 Ray 
Buhler Emanuel, baker, W. Kuhn, bds. 

150 N. East 
Buist Thomas Mrs. r. 60 N. California 
Bulach John! barkeeper, Wm. Selking, 

bds. 13 East Wash. 
Bulk Frederick, drayman, W.I. Haskit 

& Co. 14 W. Wash. 
Bulk Frederick lab. 563 St. Clair 
Bull George W. book-keeper, E. II. 

Mayo & Co. bds. Penn. nw. c. Ohio 
Bullard Emily Mrs. wid. Charles G. r. 

390 S. Tc im. 
Bullard William R. physician, room 2 

Vinton's Block, r. 175 E. Ohio 
Bullen Win. S. carriage trimmer, r. 524 

N. Miss. nr. 1st 
Bullock James B. (Anderson, Bullock 

& Starret,) r. 276 N. Tenn. 
Bulstrrbaum John, grocer, 229 S. Me- 
ridian, r. same 
Bultimeir William, lab. r. 339 E. Mc- 

Cavty 
Bundy iE. M. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trabe, 24}^ E. Wash. 
Bunker Alexander, blacksmith, Ars'nl 

r. 129 E. Walnut 
Bunte John B. (Bunte & Dickson) 

114 W. Vt. 



BUNTE & DICKSON", (John B. Bun 

and William B. Dickson,) lumberlBurke Dennis, porter, Pee, Conduitt & 



Burgess Chapin C. dentist, 1 Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall r. 187 E. Ohio 

Burgess James, prop'r Sherman House, 
r. Sherman House 

Burgess O. A. Rev. bds. 285 3ST. Del. 

Burgher James, carpenter, Sims & 
Machett, r. 376 S. West 

Buriseller Francis, student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Burk Andrew, cabinet mkr. r. 340 S. 
Del. 

Burk Christopher, r. 4 Buchanan 

Burk Dennis, elk. Pee, Conduitt & Co., 
r. 270 Madison av. 

Burk Dennis, lab. Rolling Mill bds. 273 
S. Tenn. 

Burk George, saloon, 13 W. Wash. r. 
164 S. N. J. 

Burk Henry, lab. McCord & Wheat- 
ley, r. 94 N. East 

Burk Jacob J. (Burk & Barth,) r. 45 
Madison av. 

Burk John, r. 31 Buchanan 

Burk John, (J. & W. C.Burk) r. 254 N. 
Tenn. 

Burk John, elk. George Burk, r. 69 S. 
N.J. 

Burk John R. elk. J. & W. C. Burk, r. 
83 S. West 

Burk John W. sawyer, McCord & 
Wheatley 

BURK J.& W. CT John and William C. 
Burk) eoal dealers, 23 Va. av. 

Burk Mary A. wid. Lewis, r. 71 Jack- 
son 

Burk Thomas, r. 270 Madison av. 

Burk Thomas, stone cutter, bds. 18 S. 
Miss. 

Burk William C. (J. & W. C. Burk,) r. 
297 N. Miss. 
urk & Barth, (Jacob J. Burk & L. A. 
Barth,) news stand, Union Depot 



dealers, 387 E. Market 
Burb ridge John, elk. Sheridan House, 

bds. same 
Burchrof Henry, gunsmith, r. cor. N. 

Liberty and Wabash al. 
Burck Thomas, stone cutter, bds. 23 

Ky. av. 
iBurdick Augustus P. millright, bds. 

272 W. Md. 
Burdick William P. (W. P. Burdick-& 

Co.) r. 14 W. North 
PsURDICK WM. P. & CO. (William P. 

Burdick and William O. Mclntire) 

auctioneers, 77 W. Wash. 
Burger John, lab. r. E. Wash. 
Burges Cornelius N. boarding, 262 N. 

East r. same 
Burges William G. printer. Journal 

office bds. 262 N. East 



Co. r. 270 Madison av. 
Uirke Eli, lab. r. National rd. nr. 
White River Bridge 

Burke Gabriel, (col'd) lab. J.N. Glo- 
ver, r. I nd. av. 

Burke Henry, stone mason, r. 344 S. 
Del. 

Burke Thomas, lab. P. O. r. 91 S. West 

Burkhart Andrew J. ice dealer, r. 248 
N. Miss. 

Burkley Timothy, lab. r. 124 Meek 

Burkmeyer Henry, porter, Union De- 
pot 

Burks James, trav. salesman, Vin- 
nedge fa Jones, bds. Oriental 
House 

Burks Johni r. 74 S. Noble 



Burnam L. €. elk. Macy House 
Burn'an Michael, lab. bds. 162 Meek 

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BURNETT JEROME C. Deputy Aud- 
itor of State r. 235 N. Miss. 

Burnham N. G. (Burnham & Eggert,) 
r. 38 W. Market 

BURNHAM & EGGERT, (A. G. Burn- 
ham & Wm. Eggert,) physicians, 
38 W. Market 

Burns Amelia, wiSf. r. 80 Fayette 

Burns Christopher, lab. r. li7 Oak 

Burns Conrad, lab. r. 80 Oak 

Burns David V. (R. P. Gray & Co.) bds. 
174 E. Ohio 

Burns James, city policeman, r. 37 
Chatham 

Burns James, engineer, r. al. bet. E. 
Ga. and Meek 

Burns John, cooper, bds. 259 S. West 

Burns John, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill Co. 

Burns John, real estate agt. r. 258 S. 
Meridian 

Burns John B. fireman, 0. & I. C. RjJ 
bds. 118 Benton 

Burns John F. elk. Geisel &''Eui 
291 Mass. av. 

Burns Leonidas J. prof, astrology, r. 
238 N. 111. 

Burns Michael, lab. 252 S. West. 

Burns Owen, r. 151 S. Tenn. 

Burns Patrick, lab. r. 1 Willard 

Burns Patrick, Rolling Mill, r. 13 
Henry 

Bums Peter, (col'd) porter, Palmer 
Hou?e saloon, bds. 176 W. Ohio 

Burns Phillip, drayman, r. Mayhew 
nr. Mich. rd. 

Burns Robert, soldier, r. U. S. Arsenal 

Burns Robt. E. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>< E. Wash. 

Burns William, lawyer, bds. 174 W. 
Ohio 

Burns William, night watchman Bates 
House 

Burns William, r. 259 S. West 

Burns William V. attorney at law, 258 
S. Meridian 

Burn worth Jennie, book folder, bds. 
194 E. McCarty 

Burnworth Ziba, blacksmith, bds. 118 
Forest av. 

Bums Caroline, (col'd) wid. Luke, r. 
N. Blake E. City Hospital 

Burris Sarah Mrs. bds. 209 S. 111. 

Burroughs William H. student at Bry- 
ant, Stratton & Co's, Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Burrowes Thomas B. bds. 52 N. Perm. 

Burrows George F. elk. S. Kahn&Bro. 
bds. Pyle House 

Burrows George W. saloon se. end Ya. 
av. 

Burrows Lewis, sexton, First Baptist 
Church 



Burrows Louis, (col'd) white washer, 

r. 225 W. Merrill 
Burrows Luke (col'd) lab. r. 235 W. 

Merrill 
Burrows Thompson, (col'd) lab. r. 229 

W. Merrill 
Burst Frederick, butcher 22 N. 111. r. 

Bluff rd. outside city 
Burt A. S. transportation agt. I. C. R. 

R. r. 264 E. Ohio 
Burt Elizabeth, wid. Daniel, r. 24 Rose 
BURT, METCALF & OVER, (Wil- 
liam T. Burt, Joseph A. Metcalf 

and Ewald Over) iron, nails and 

glass, 68 S. Meridian 
Burt William T. (Burt, Metcalf & Over,) 

r. 108 Plum 
Burton Daniel, cooper, Minerva corN. 

Y. r. N. Y. bet. Blake and Douglas 
Burton George H. cooper, r. 138 N. 

Miss. 
Burton John C. (Burton & Davis,) r. 

445 N. N. J. 
Burton Martin, trunk factory, 29 S. 111. 

r. 346 N. 111. 
BURTON & DAVIS, (John C. Burton 

and George Davis,) boots and shoes 

38 S. Meridian 
Busa Frederick, bds. California House 
Busch Christian, boots and shoes, 156 

W. Wash. r. same 
Busch Jacob, saloon, 251 W. Wash. r. 

same 
Buscher Henry, late brewer, r. 26 S. 

Ala. 
Buscher Henry, saloon, 89 South r. 

same 
Buscher Jacob, •switchman, «nr. gas 

works, r. 432 S. East 
Buschmann William, (Goth, Brown & 

Buschmann, and Merer & Busch- 
mann.) r. cor. N.J. and St. Mary 
Buser George, porter, William W. 

Weaver, bds. Spencer House 
Buser Jacob, brakeman, I. & C. R. R. 

r. 136 S. East 
Buser John, policeman, bds. 136 S. 

East 
Buser Samuel, policeman, r. 74 W. La. 
Bush Giles H. canvasser, r. 339 Va. av. 
Bush Jacob, saloon, 251 AV. Wash. r. 

same 
Bush Jerry, helper, C. & I. C. R. R, 
Bush Michael, hostler, Sullivan Drew, 

10 E. Pearl 
Bush Thomas J. telegraph operator, 

bds. 171 Va. av. 
Bush Wm. brick mason, r. 218 Huron 
Bushong George L. carpenter, May- 
hew & Fearnley, r. 39 Harris 
Busier George, policeman, bds. Spencer 

House 
Buskel Wm. lab. r. E. Wash. E. city 

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Buskirk Wm. II. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 

and Business CoLLEGE,Blackford's 

Block 
Bussell Erastns T. r. 258 1ST. Tenn. 
Bussell Wm. M. r. 258 N. Tenn. 
Bussey John, r. 90 S. 111. 
Bussey V. C. bar tender, r. 90 S. 111. 
Butch Adam, gardener, Henry Weg- 

horst, r. Japan 
Butler Charles Q. printer, r. 40 Huron 
Butler Ohauncy B. student N. W. C. 

University, bds. Forest Home av. 

cor. Jackson 
Butler Edward, bds. 62 S. Del. 
Butler Edward, plasterer, arsenal, r. 

Mass. av. bet. Walnut and St. Clair 
Butler George, soldier, r. 73 Huron 
Butler H. R. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Butler James, printer, Wm. S. Cameron, 

8 E. Pearl 
Butler James L. printer, r. 16 Fletcher 

av. 
Butler Mary A. Mrs. wid. Bazil, r. 14 

Dougherty 
Butler Ovid D. lawyer, r. Forest Home 

av. (for. Jackson 
Butler Ovid D. jr. (Wallace & Butler) 

r. Broadway, ne. cor. Forest Home 

av. 
Butler Scot, student at N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, bds. Forest Home av. cor. 

Jackson 
Butler Taylor, (col'd) lab. bds. N. Miss. 

bet. 3d and 4th 
Butler Wm. brick layer, bds. 297 W. 

Wash. 
Butler Wm. (col'd) lab. bds. S". Miss. 

bet. 3d and 4th 
Butsch George M. saloon, 247 S. Del. r. 

same 
Butsch Joseph, ice dealer, r. 68 W. 

South 
Butsch Mary, wid. Peter, r. 140 Union 

BUTSCH VALENTINE, (V. Butsch 
& Dickson) prop'r. Metropolitan 
Theatre, r. 107 W. South 

BUTSCH V. & DICKSON, (Valentine 
Butsch and James Dickson,) coal, 
lime and cement, 27 E. Ga. 

Butt Gottleib, baker, with Fred Boll- 
itianri, bds. 107 E. Wash. 

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Butterbaugh C. C. student at Bryant? 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Butterbaugh George, student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Buttertield Charles, r. 564 N. Tenn. 

Butterfield Cvrus S. City Clerk, office 
No. 8 Glenn's Block, V. 196 W. Ohio 

Butterfield Frank II. money city deliv- 
ery Amer. & U. S. Ex. Cos. 34 E. 
Wash. bds. Macy House 

BUTTERFIELD JAMES A. (J. A. 
Butterfield & Co.) r. 564 N. Tenn. 

Butterfield Jasper N. salesman. Krauss 
&Gall, r. HON. Plum 

BUTTERFIELD J. A. & CO. (James 
A. Butterfield, Albert G. Willard 
and Myron A. Stowell) music pnb- 
"ishersand dealers in Pianos. Me- 
deons. Organs, &c. 22 W. Wash. 
ERFIELD JEREMIAH, agent 
merican and United States Ex- 
press Cos. 34 E. Wash. r. 30 W. St. 
Clair. 

BUTTERFIELD JOHN, music engra- 
ver, J. A. Butterfield & Co. r. 22 
W. Wash. 

Buttertield John Willard. oik. North 
Western Farmer, r. 227 N. West 

Butterfield S. A. physician, r. 382 N. 
East 

Butterfield W. W. medical student, bds. 
366 N. East 

Button Mary Ann, wid. James, r. 173 
Madison av. 

Buttonwiser Isaac, peddler, bds. Sher- 
idan House 

Buzz}* John, saloon, 172 S. 111. 

Byers George W. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Byers J. Stoddard, (Bvers & Klingen- 
smith) r. 780 N. 111". 

Byers T. J. student, N. W. C. Univer- 
sity 

BYERS & KLINGENSMITH, (J. Stod- 
dard Byers & Israel Klingensmith) 
Ins. agts. room 4 Blake's Row 

Bynum H. L. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Byram Norman S. ( Tousey, Byram & 
Co.) r. 2 Alvord's Block 

Bvrd Francis, engineer, I. M. & J. R. 
R. r. 280 Madison av. 

Byrd James, lab. r. 280 Madison av. 
i Byrkit Albert, sawyer, (Byrkit & Sons) 

r. 74 S. Tenn. 
I Byrkit Davis Y. book-keeper, Byrkit 
i & Sons, r. 118 W. Ga. 

Goods made to order by 



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Byrkit Edwin M. (Byrkit & Sons) r- 

28 Henry 
Byrkit Hiram, confectioner, r. 155 K>. 

N.J. 
Byrkit John W. (Byrkit & Sous) r. 71 

Norwood 
Byrkit Martin, (Byrkit & Sons) r. 118 

W. Ga. 
Byrkit Socrates M. printer, Ben Frank- 
lin Printing House, r. 155 N. N. J. 
BYRKIT & SONS, (Martin, John W. 

and Edwin M. Byrkit) planing mill, 

cor. Tenn. & Ga.' 
By water John, carpenter, r. 175 S. N. J. 

CABINET MAKERS UNION, fur- 
niture manfrs. Gus. Stark, sup't., 

105 E. Wash, see advertisement 
Cady Abby A. wid. Charles W. r. 24 

Circle 
Cady David, (D. Cady & Co.) r. 314 N. 

East 
CADY D. & CO. (David Cady and E. 

H. Mavo boots aajl shoes,) 23JJE. 

Wash.' 
Cady Elmer, elk. D. Cady & Co. bds. 

"314 N. East 
Cafferty Joseph, stone cutter, r. 461 S. 

111. 
Coffin David W. r. 410 N. Penn. 
CAHALL JAMES, tobacconist, 87 E. 

South r. 62 Greer, 
Cahill Catharine, wid. Daniel, r. 130 

Bluff 
Cahill Isabella, wid. James, r. 10 Wal- 
ters 
Cahill James, pressman Herald Office, 

bds. 126 Bluff rd. 
Cahill Mary, servant, 78 E. Ohio 
Cahill Mary, wid. Hugh, r. 347 W. 

Wash. 
Cahill John, police, r. 81 W. St. Clair 
Cahill John, spinner r. W. Wash. nr. 

the river 
Cahill John S. r. 10 Walters 
Cahms Bernhardt, boarding house, 267 

E. Wash. r. same 
Cailiff C. Miss, teacher Indiana Female 

College 
Cain George W. binder, Journal Office, 

bds. Snelson House 
Cain Jane, waiter, Palmer House 
Cain John, r. 335 N. East 
Cain Samuel, carpenter, r. 161 N. Da- 
vidson 
Cain Samuel, carpenter, r. 144 Stevens 
Cain Thomas, lab. r. Nebraska 
Caine Samuel, carpenter, r.18 S.Penn. 
Calahan Michael, lab. r. 36 Lord 
Calahan Michael, lab. r. 202 W. Walnut 
Caldwell H. W. r. 180 W. Mich. 
Caldwell John M. (Crossland, Maguire 

& Co.) r. 351 N. 111. 
Caldwell Thomas G. tailor, 13 E. Mich. 

r. 292 E. Mich. 

Sliurtleff & Macauley, No. 



Calgan — farmer, ne. toll gate, Mass. 

av. 
Callagher John, carpenter, bds. 32 E. 

Ohio 
Callahan Daniel, lab. r. 365 S. Miss. 
Callahan Daniel, teamster, bds. 199 

Meek 
Callahan James, carpenter, r. 68 Fayette 
Callahan John, fire engine 4i Jo. W.Da- 
vis," r. 167 E. South 
Callahan John P. fireman fire engine 

" Jo. W. Davis," r. 167 E. South 
Callahan Michael, lab. r. Walnut cor. 

Mo. 
Callahan Michael sr. sexton St. John's 

Church (Catholic) 
Callahan P. conductor I. & C. B. R. 
Callahan Patrick, lab. r. 130 S. Noble 
Callahan Peter J. lab. bds. Mich. rd. E. 

city limits 
Callian John, machinist, r. 62 Huron 
Callihan Michael, blacksmith, r. 350 S. 

Del. 
Callihan Michael, saloon, 90 E. South 
Callihan Daniel J. Herald office, r. 79 

W. Ohio* 
Callon James F. conductor St. R. R. r. 

11 Mass. av. 
Callow John J. painter Ryan & Cook, 

bds. 73 S.Penn. 
Calone Thomas, cartman J. H. Ross, 

r. cor. Md. & S. West 
Calor Anthony, lab. 423 W. Wash. 
Calty Ellen, cook Macy House, bds 

same 
Camanck Calvin, student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Camel Wm. A. bds Snelson House 
Camenga F . D. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 

166 E. Market 
Cameron George K. brickmkr. r. 413 S. 

East 
Cameron John, bds Macy House 
Cameron William D. printer, William 

S. Cameron, bds. 280 N. Ala. 
Cameron William S. steam book and 

job printer, 8 E. Pearl, r. 278 N. 

Ala.. 
Campbell Andrew F. tailor, 334 W. 

Wash. 
Campbell Charles C. r. 2 W. North 
Campbell Dennis, r 321 N. Davidson 
Campbell George H. elk. r. Meridian c. 

North 
Campbell H. carpenter, 263 S. Del. 

Campbell Henry, trav. agt. r. 504 N. 
Miss. 

Campbell James, student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Campbell Jeremiah R. carpenter Em- 
erson, Beam & Thompson, bds. 20 
Douglas 

13 West Maryland Street. 



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20 per cent. Lower than any- 
other House. 

DEALERS SEND FOR SAMPLES TO 

J. A. BUTTERFIELD & CO., 

22 West Washington Street. 



Campbell John ( Cox, Pentecost & 

Campbell; 
Campbell John, ticket agt. bds. Spencer 

House 
Campbell John D. publisher, bds. 346 

N. 111. 
Campbell John E. tailor, bds. 334 W. 

Wash. 
Campbell John S. salesman, Cox, Pen- 
tecost & Campbell, bds. Pyle 

House 
Campbell John T. (Campbell & Green,) 

bds. 129 N. Miss. 
Campbell Morris, driver, Citizens St. 

P. W. r. 27 Ala. 
Campbell Robert, Merchant police, 

bds. 34 Union 
Campbell Richard C. janitor, Vinton's 

Block, r. 34 Union 
Campbell Samuel, book binder, Shurt- 

leff & Macauley, bds. c. North and 

Meridipn 
Campbell Samuel, mess. 49 E. Wash. r. 

same 
Campbell Samuel C. Sheridan House 
Campbell Samuel L. bookbinder, r. 2 

W. North 
Campbell Thomas S. foreman bindery, 

Herald office, r. 81 W. Mich. 
Campbell William, blacksmith, Roll- 
ing Mill, r. 511 S. Tenn. 
Campbell William H. bds. 82 Meridian 

c. North 

CAMPBELL & GREEN, (John T. 

Campbell and Perry M. Green,) 

Druggists, 157 Vf . Wash. 
Canaday "John E. student, N. W. C. 

University 
Canaday W. 6. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Canan Augustus, lab. McCords & 

Wheatley's Factory, r. 104 Hos- 

brook 
Canan John T. elk. Spencer House, 

bds. same 
Canan John W. prop'r Spencer House, 

r. same 
Canclee John B. elk. mer. dispatch, bds. 

Pyle House 
Candrian Christian, gunsmith, bds. 

California House 
Caneibell Martin, bds. 69 S. Del. 
Cannell Eliza, asst. teacher, High 



Cannon LeGrand, elk. freight depot, 

I. P. & C. II. W. bds. 78 N. Tenn. 
Cannon Wilson B. book keeper, J. H. 

Baldwin <fc Co. r.34 W. North 
Cantlin John, marble rubber, T. S. 

James & Co. bds. 56 Fayette 
Cantling Nelly, chambermaid, Bates 

House 
Cantlon Thomas, lab. r. 94 Fayette 
Cantrill Daniel M. printer, Downey & 

Brouse, r. 279 N. East 
Cant well Michael, pattern mkr. r. 132 

Winston 
Capen Catharine, wid. Chas. boarding 

house, r. 24 W. Ga. 
CAPITOL GARDEN and German 

Theatre, Julius C. Linck, proprie- 
tor, entrance Tenn. cor. Ky. av. 
Carbin S. A. tinner, r. 323 N. Liberty 
Cardin John, lab. bds. 273 S. Tenn. 
Care Henry, shoe mkr. bds. 166 E. Mar- 
ket 
Caj|3y Harvey G. (J. S. Carey & Co.) 

%•. 2S4N. Meridian 
Carey Jason S. (J. S. Carey & Co.) r. 

191 N. Del. 
Carey J. S. & Co. (Jason S. Carey and 

Harvey G. Carey) machine coopers, 

W. end W. Ga. 
Carico James L. carpenter and builder, 

44 Ky. av. r. cor. Miss, and Wash. 
Carico Nancy E. Mrs. wid. John, r. 43 

Dougherty 
Carigan Thomas, stone mason, bds. W. 

Indianapolis 
Carl James, plasterer, bds. 404 Va. av. 
Carleton Annie, wid. r. East 
Carleton George T. elk. Wm. and Jas. 

Braden. bds. 277 N. East 
Carleton James M. insurance agent, r. 

277 N. East 
Carleton Philip J. elk. A. F. Noble, r. 

277 N. East 
Carleton S. B. printer, Journal office, 

bds. 233 N. 111. 
Carlisle Henry D. r. 560 N. 111. 
Carlisle Hugh T. printer, Herald office, 

bds. Dowden House 
Carlisle John, miller, Capital Mills, r. 

260 W. Wash. 
Carlisle Wm. miller, Capital Mills, r. 

260 W. Wash. 
Carlon John, pressman, Downey & 

Brouse, bds. 84 Mass. av. 
Carlton David L. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Carmichael Jesse D. (Todd, Carmichael 

& Williams) r. 456 N. Meridian 
Carnahan M. student N. W. C. Univer- 
sity 
CARNAN JOHNSON, (Carnan, Fitch, 

& Co.) indp. police and saloon, 2 

Wall 



school, r. St. Mary, nr. Del. 

Blank Books for County Officers at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



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CARNAN, FITCH & CO. (Johnson 

Carnan and Wm. Fitch) indp. and 

detective police, 2 Wall 
Carnell Joseph, carpenter, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works 
Carnes James K. bcls. Palmer House 
Carnes Mrs. car cleaner, I. P. & C. R. 

R. depot 
Carney James, moulder, D. Root & Co. 

183 and 185 S. Penn. 
Carney John, gas fitter and plumber, 

N. 111. r. 307 S. Del. 
Carpenter B. O. (Jason Dame & Co.) r. 

165 E. South 
Carpenter C. F. (T. W. Christison & 

Co.) r. 319 IS. Del. 
Carpenter Edwin, coal dealer, 19 Cir- 
cle, r. 74 E. St. Clair 
Carpenter H. W. carpenter, bds. Ray 

House 
Carpenter Henry, carpenter, bds. Ray 

House 
Carpenter John, boarding house, 97 S. 

Meridian r. same 
Carpenter Martha, wid. George, r. 209 

E. Market 
Carpenter Nathaniel, coal dealer, r/74 

E. St. Clair 
Carpenter Powell H. elk. paymaster's 

department, bds. 175 E. Market 
Carpenter Wilson P. student, X. W. C. 

University 
Cam Angeline, (col'd) wid. Wesley, r. 

556 N. Ala. 
Can* Ezra M. carpenter, 215 BT. Miss. 
Carr Ezra W. (Van Keuren & Carr) r. 

215 N". Miss. 
Carr Elison, teamster, r. 158 Maple 
Carr George W. engineer, C. & I. C. R. 

R, r. 420 La. 
Carr George W. teamster, r. 55S S. 111. 
Carr Henry, shoe mkr. J. N. Rose 
Carr James, lab. r. 86 Oak 
Carr John, brick layer, bds. 82 E. St. 

Clair 
Carr Omer, student, N". W. C. Univer- 
sity 
Carr Patrick, lab. r. 117 Oak 
Carr Richard, street contractor, r. 158 

Maple 
Carr Roland S. (Carr & Mick) r.490N. 

Meridian 
Carr Thomas, grocer, 276 S. Mo. r. same 
Carr William, brick layer, bds. 82 E. 

St. Clair 
CARR & MICK, ( Roland S. Carr and 

James F. Mick) feathers, 21 W. Md. 
Carrans Helen, washer, Bates House 
Carring Bernard, cooper, 287 K. Liberty 

r. same 
Carroll Anna, cloak cutter, L. H. Tyler 

& Co. bds. 550 1ST. III. 
Carroll James, stone cutter, bds. 71 E. 

Md. 

No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



Carroll Michael, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. 
freight depot, r. 369 S. Mo. 

Carroll Thomas, lab. bds. 272 W. Md. 

Carroll Thomas, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. 

Carson John M. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Carson P. G. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Carson Pry or G. carpenter, r. 11 S. Me- 
ridian 

Carson Robert B. sec. Farmers' & Mer. 
Ins. Co. r. 361 W. Vt. 

Carson Sarah Miss, milliner, Mrs. E. 
L. Richmond, 8 N". Penn. 

Carson T. G. flagman, Union Depot 

Carter Albert, (col'd) barber, Wm. M. 
Porter, bds. Illinois, bet. Ohio & 
Market 

Carter B. M. carpenter, r. 540 1ST. Miss. 

Carter Charles E. confec. P. Haines, r. 
121 N. 111. 

Carter David E. physician, 109 N". 111. 
r. same 

Carter Edward, (col'd) (Hill & Carter,) 
r. Ala. bet. Mich, and North 

Carter Enoch B. carpenter, r. 29 W. 
Ga. 

Carter George, lawyer, (Leathers & 
Carter,) r. 544 N.Tenn. 

Carter Geo.H. (Haynes & Carter.) bds. 
65 W. Mich. 

Carter Henry, machine tender, bds. 
272 W. Mel. 

CARTER JAMES F. (Morris, Carter 
& Co.) r. 9 W. Wash. 

Carter James W. agt. Adams Express, 
Union -Depot 

Carter John, (Lindley, Carter & Co.) 
r. 440 N. N. J. 

Carter John E. watch mkr. Geo. Fel- 
ler, bds. Meridian c. Ga. 

Carter John W. elk. 131 E. South 

Carter Levander, (col'd) lab. bds. 202 
W. 2d 

Carter Phoebe, (col'd) wid. Peter, al. 
bet. E. Ga. and Meek 

Carter P. S. student at Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block. 

Carter Robert, (col'd) lab. r. 67 N". 
Howard 

Carter Sanford A. engineer, J. M. & C. 
R. R. r. 294 S. Ala. 

Carter William, (col'd) Hill & Carter, 
r. Douglas bet. Ohio and X. Y. 

Carter William, (col'd) hostler, Hugh 
Delzell, r. same 

Carter Wm. E. saloon, 87 S. 111. bds. 
Spencer House 

Carton Andrew, brick mkr. r. Sinker 
and ST. J. 



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STRINGS & MUSIC, 

— AT— 

J. A. BUTTERFIELD & CO.'S 
22 WEST WASHINGTON ST. 



Cary Benjamin, (cord) whitewasher, r. 
Oak bet. Arch and Mass av. 

Cary James, moulder, Louisville, Ky., 
r. 151 High 

Cary Wm. II. (col'cl) r. 156 Douglas 
al. 

Casanova B. news agt. r. 266 Union 

Casbury Peter, moulder, D. Root & 
Co's Machine Works 

Case David H. engineer, r. 135 N. No- 
ble 

Case Elon E. (Case, Marsh & Wiggins,) 
^ r. 2l6 N. Meridian 
'Case Frank, mail boy, Herald office, 
\§% E. Wash. 

Case Henry C. joiner, Warren Tates 
Factory 

Case H. C. student at Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Case John B. engineer, r. 135 N. Noble 

Case John L. engineer, C. & I.C. R. R. 
r. 128 Bates 

Case Lyman, insurance agent, r. 362 W. 
Vt. 

CASE, MARSH & WIGGINS, (Elon. 
E. Case, Henry B. Marsh and Chas. 
P. Wiggins) mnfrs. agricultural 
implements, 86 W. Wash. 

Case Mary E. vvid. Daniel D. r. 293 E. 
N. Y. 

Casey John, lab. r. Camp, nr. St. Clair 

Casey John, lab. r. Ind. av. bet. James 
and St. Clair 

Casey Michael, saddler, r. S. East, nr. 
Va. av. 

Casey Patrick, lab. r. 107 Hosbrook 

Casey Patrick, lab. bds. 199 W. Md. 

Casey Patrick Y. pud helper, Indian- 
apolis Rolling Mill Co. 

Casey Thomas A. wood sawyer, bds. 
105 W.Mich. 1 

Casey Timothy, lab. bds. 101 Forest av. 

Cashin Wm. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co.'s 
Hub Factory, 230 S. 111. 

Cash man Thomas, Rolling Mill, r. 16 
Willard 

Casler Clinton B. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's, Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Cassabaum Mary, cook, r. 164 N. Win- 
ston 



Cassabaum Wm. wood sawyer, r. 592 

E. St. Clair 
Cassell Berry II. vice pres. Great West- 
ern Horse Insurance Co. Vinton 

Block, r. Decatur, 111. 
Cassel Franklin C. student at N. W. C. 

University 
Cassell George, brick layer, arsenal, 

bds. terminus Mass. av. 
Cassel J. M. student at N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Cassiday John C. brick mason, r. 2d 
Cassidy Mattie Miss, r. 3 S. N. J. 
Cassil Reuben, printer, bds. 268 S. N.J. 
Cassia John yard man, Bates House 
Cassin John, engineer, Bates House, r. 

76 S. Mo. 
Cassin Michael, lab. r. 63 Wyoming 
Castello John, boiler mkr. Sinker & Co. 
Castello John, machinist, Sinker & Co. 
Castello Michael, plasterer, bds. Little's 

Hotel 
Caster Robert, (coi'd) waiter Bates 

House 
Castetter Hiram D. salesman, J. C. 

^ Green & Co. bds. 73 N. 111. 
Castle James, fireman, C. & I. C. R. R. 

bds. 58 Benton* 
Caston Henry, lab. works McCord & 

Wheatley 
Caston Edwin A. foreman, Helurg, 

Roberts & Co. r. 398 N. Del. 
Cathcart Andrew, r. 258 S. N. J. 
Cathcart Robert W. book keeper, Mer- 
rill & Co. r. 258 S. N. J. 
Catherwood Henry H. supt. Street R. 

W. r. 260 W. Wash. 
Catherwood Joseph, trav. salesman, 

Elliot, Ryan & Co., r.134 N. 111. 
Catlin Mrs. milliner, Catlin & Gardner, 

bds. 73 N. 111. 
Catlin Martha, wid. Ebenezer, r. 298 

W. Market 
Catlin W. Wallace (Catlin & Gardner) 

r. 44 N. Miss. 
CATLIN & GARDNER (W. Wallace 

Catlin and Harvey R. Gardner) 

millinery and straw goods, 46 W. 

Wash. 
Catt Milton, ironer, W. Goodyear, bds. 

N. West nr. cor. W. North 
Catterson Abel E. r. 209 N. Liberty 
Catterson Elizabeth A. wid. Robert, r. 

57 Maple 
Catterson Robert F. foreman, R. E. 

McOuatt & Co., r. 80 S. Miss. 
Cauldwell George, student Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Caul field Bridget, servant, 101 W. 

Wash. 
Cavanaugh John, moulder, D. Root & 

Co. machine works 



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Cavafoaugh L. lab. D. Root & Co.'s 
machine works. 

Cavanaugh M. lab. Osgood, Smith & 
Co. hub fac. 230 S. 111. 

Cavariatrgh Michael, r. 124 S. ISToble 

€AVEN JOHN, Mayor of Indianapo- 
lis, Glenn's Block, 17}J E. Wash", 
bds. Bates House 

Gavanaugh Ma£. lab. r. 55 Eddy 

Caven Cyrus, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}4 E. Wash. 

Gay Dennis, lab. r. 273 S. Penn. 

■Caylor Anthony, lab. J. McLene A Co. 
r. 423 W. Wash. 

Caylor Henry, lab. J. McLene & Co. r 
423 W. Wash. 

Caylor Ja«abjtaj|kr, r- 321 X. West 

Caylor Jeiil Bd. Sanford, r. 287 E 

n.y 

Caylor Oth 

Peru 
Caylor Susan, wid. Jacob, r. Fayette, 

first house N. of St. Clair 
Cayner James S. carpenter, r. ns 111. nr. 

* First 
Ceasar Julius, actor, r. 79 N. Noble 

Cecil George S. lab. r. 53 Maple 
Cecil Nancy, wid. James, r. 53 Maple 



EVANS Si RICE, 

PREMIUM PUMPS, 

19 North Alahama St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CHANDLER II. C. & CO. (Henry C. 
Chandler,) book and job printers, 
and engravers, sw. cor. Wash, and 
Meridian. See advertisement 

Chandler Thomas, student Gregory's 
National Business College or 
Trade, U% E. Wash. 

Chandler Thomas E. [Chandler & Tay- 
lor] r. 34 Cal. 

CHANDLER WILLIAM, paper bag, 
wrapping paper, &c. 33 S. Merid- 
ian, r. 278 W. Vt. 

Chandler William E. foreman wood 
work, Chandler & Taylor, r. 293 
W. Vt. 

Chandler William G. book keeper, 
Chandler & Tavlor, r, 278 W . Vt. 

CHANDLER & TAYLOR, [Thomas 
E. Chandler and Franklin Taylor.] 
agricultural works, west end W. 
Wash. 

Chapin James H. elk. in mustering and 
disbursing office, 173 W. Wash. r. 
29 W. First 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, J. Bar- I Chapman Alonzo, saloon, 25 N. 111. bds. 
nard, Secretary, Vinton Block, op. ! Macy House 

P. O. ! Chapman David C. painter, r. 351 N. 

Chamberlain J. D. student Gregory's i Penn. 



. Wash. 

«olgtatf|'r, r. 32] 
iff Hd. Sanfi 

;ho^wpressman 



r. 272 N. 



National Business College oe 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Chambers A. iron melter, D. Root & Co. 

machine works 
Chambers A. engineer, r. G82 N. 111. 
Chambers Caleb S. bottler, Frank 

Wrights brewery, r. 297 W. Wash. 
Chambers John G. conductor, Terre 

Haute R. R. bds. Sherman House 
Chambers Robert D. elk. Exchange 

Billiard rooms, bds. Commercial 

Hotel 
Chambers Sarah, wid. Joseph, dress 

maker, r. 115 N. Tenn. 
Chambers Winlield S. carver, Wilkins 

<& Hall, r. 115 N. Tenn. 
Champion William, pressman Herald 

Office, r. 345 S. Meridian 
Chandler C. iireman, C. & I. C. R, W. 

bds. 58 Benton 
Chandler E. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 

79 S. Meridian 
(.'handler France, general ticket ngt.C. 

& I. C. R, R. office se. cor. Va. av. 

and Del. 
Chandler George R. printer, W. & J. 

Braden.r. 123 W.Vt. 
Chandler Henry C. (H. C. Chandler & 

Co.) r. 278 YV. Vt. 



Chapman Elwood, painter, r. 92 Broad- 
way 

Chapman George II. Judge Marion 
Criminal Court, r. 77 W. Ohio 

Chapman John, grocery, bds. 78 S. 111. 

Chapman John, wagon mkr. r. W. In- 
dianapolis 

Chapman Thomas S. carpenter, r. 75 N. 
James 

Chapman W r illiam A. elk. bds. Sheri- 
dan House 

Chappell William, book keeper, Wil- 
liam H. Thomas, bds. 111. bet. Md. 
and Ga. 

Chappreis Felix, piano mkr. r. 325 E. 
N. Y. 

Charles Abram B. carpenter, r. 311 N. 
West 

Charles Benjamin, miller, r. mill W. 
Mich. rd. 

Charles Daniel B. grocer, 594 N. 111. r. 
same 

Charles John, r. Mich. rd. 

Charles Joseph E. elk. Walker House, 
bds. 297 W. Wash. 

Charles Richard, elk. Atkinson & Bar- 
ker, bds. Walker House 

Charles Richard J. butcher, bds. 297 
W. Wash. 



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MUSIC PUBLISHERS, 

22 West Washington St. 



Charles Thomas, hackman, r. 109 S. 

Noble 
Charles Thomas, principal City Acad- 
emy, Ms. Pyle House 
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company 

of Hartford, 8 E. Wash. 
Charters James, Rolling Mill, r. 29 

Henry 
Charters William, lab. Indianapolis 

Roll i no- Mill Co. 
Chase A. E. mail agt. Lafayette R. R. 

r. 130 Va. av. 
Chase David H. boots and shoes, whol. 

and retail 25 E. Wash. r. E. Mich. 

rd. nr. Deaf and Dumb Institute 
Chase George M. salesman, Vinnedge 

& Jones, bds. Sherman House 
Chase James, (Chase & Soper) r. 321 S. 

Del. 
Chase William M. salesman, David II. 

Chase, 25 E. Wash. 
Chearman H. fireman. C. & I. C. R. AV. 
Cheely J. J. tobacconist, bds. Ra}^ 

House 
Cheely J. W. tobacconist, bds. Ray 

House 
Cheely R. H. trader, bds. Ray House 
Cheeiiy George E. operator, Union Tel. 

bds. 70 E. Market 
Cheesman Randolph L. student N. W. 

C. University 
Cheid Charles, cooper, r. 335 W. Md. 
Cherry Andrew, fireman, Wm. Hender- 
son, bds. E. X. Y. nr. cor. Mass. av. 
Cherry John, brewer, r. 248 S. Penn. 
Chester Albert A. stair builder, r. N. 

Winston nr. R. R. machine shop 
Chestnut Oliver, painter, McKernan & 

Pierce, r. 31 Vinton 
Chettester AVilliam G. moulder, r. 253 

Union 
Chevalier Alphonse, painter, r. 125 N. 

Noble 
Childers Eliza J. wid. John P. r. 235 S. 

Noble 
Childers James P. teamster, r. 235 S. 

Noble 
Childers John R. r. 60 Fletcher av. 

Childers Lorina Mrs. wid. Alexander, 
washerwoman, r. 19 Willard 

Childers M. J. 237 S. N. J. 

Chill Thos. M. G. carpenter, r. 302 Ma- 
dison av. 



Chillian Reinhold, musician, r.25 S.Del. 

Chine John, teamster, r. 116 Stevens 

Chipman Leander, elk. mustering and 
disbursing office, r. 220 N. Tenn. 

Chism Robert, (col'd) lab. r. 350 W. 
North 

Chittenden Ruth. wid. William, r. 
Locke, ne. City Hospital 

Cholette Jacob II. produce trader, r. 28 
N. Miss. 

Christensen John, shoe mkr. George 
Fisher, bds. 119 Ft. Wayne av. 

Christgan Florian, cabinet'mkr. r. 327 
E. Mich. 

Christian Chapel, Del. sw. c. Ohio 

Christ Church, (Episcopal; N. Meri- 
dian c. Circle 

Christian Monitor. Mrs.M. M. B. Good- 
win, editor and prop'r, Journal 

Christian Times andTH .Ms. Glenn's 
Block W 

Christian Wm. F. (Shover & Chris- 
tian.) bds. c. Penn. and North 

Christison David, bricklayer, r. 103 
Hosbrook 

Christison Thomas W. (T. W. Christi- 
son & Co.) r. 319 S. Del. 

Christison T. XV. & Co. (Thos. W. Chris- 
tison, C. F. Carpenter,) grocers, 
323 S. Del. 

Christman Ferdinand, teller Mer. Nat. 
Bank, bds. 27 W. Md. 

Christy Albert, saloon, 26 W. La. r. 13 
E. South 

Christv Andrew, [cord] cook, r. 344 
W. North 

Christy Sophia, [cord] wid. Levi, r. 
bet. North and Elizabeth 

Christy William W. [col'd] express 
driver, r. 318 W. North 

Churchman Francis M. [S. A. Fletcher 
& Co.] r. 56 n. Ala. 

Church of United Brethren, Ohio c. 
N.J. 

Churchman W. H. sup't Institute for 
the Blind, r. Institute 

Churchwell David, [col'd] lab. r. Camp 
Carrington bet. 6th and 7th 

Cigel Louis, cook, r. 111. sw. c. Ga. 

Cimerman George, drayman, r. 254 N. 
East 

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 4 
E. Wash. 

CITIZENS STREET RAILWAY CO. 
139 S. 111. 

City Auditor's office, Glenn's Block, E. 
Wash. 

CITY CLERKS OFFICE, room 8 
Glenn's Block 

City Council Chamber, room 6 Glenn's 
Block 

CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE, Ed- 
wards & Boyd, Publishers, 16)^ E. 
E. Wash, room 13 



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City Engineer's Office, Glenn's BlockJ 
E. Wash. 

City Flouring Mills, E. Wash. cor. 
Noble 

City Hospital, Margaret, X. W. cor. 
Locke 

City Marble Works, Wm. Weir, prop. 
64 Virginia av. 

City Orphan Asylum, 1ST. Tenn., bet. 
4th and 5th 

City Treasurer's Office, Glenn's Block, 
E. Wash. 

Claffej' Ellen, wid. Frederick, r. Bick- 
ing nr. High 

Clafty Christian, drayman, r. 381 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Claffy Fred'ck, machinist, r. 38 Dough- 
erty ** 

Claflin Charles C. (A. J. Treat & Co.) 
r. 489 N. v Meridian 

Claflin Fred, carpenter C. & I. C. R. R. 
38 Dougherty 

Clair William, lab. r. S. California nr. 
Soldiers' Home 

ClanceyMathew, (Milender & Clancey) 
bcls. Miss. bet. Wash, and Md. 

Clara Patrick, porter Palmer House 
bds. same 

Clare Timothy, lab. r; 31 Maple 

Clarey Jno. W. Student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 2i}4 E. Wash. 

Clark Adelia Miss,' bds. 18 Circle 

Clark Alexander N. ( Landers & Co.') 
r. S. N. J. 

Clark Charles A. cooper, r. 314 E. Ga. 

Clark Cornelius M. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's Blk. 

CLARK EDWARD W. Editor Indiana 
Christian Times and Witness, office 
Glenn's Blk. r. 373 N. Penn. 

Clark Elijah, student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}4 E. Wash. 

Clark Frank (eol'd) lab. r. 162 Eliza- 
beth s\v. City Hospital 

Clark Frank T. student N. W. Chris- 
tian University 

Clark George (traveling agent Fair- 
bank's Scales) bds. 78 N. Tenn. 

Clark George W. driver City R. W. 
bds. 158 Bluff rd. 

Clark Hampton (Clark & Stewart) r. 
255 Indiana av. 

Clark Hamilton M. carpenter bds. 58 
Benton 

Clark H. C. stud't Gregory's National 
Business College of Trade 24% 
E. Wash. 

Clark Henrv, soldier U. S. Arsenal 

Clark Hetty Mrs. 133 N. Libertv 

Clark Hugh, carriage-maker S.W.Drew 
& Co. r. 213 Mass. av. 

Shurtleff & Macauley's, No. 



Clark James F. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Bu- 
siness College, Blackford's Block 
Clark James M. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Clark John, (Clark & Kay) Mass. av. 
cor. Plum 

Clark John, farmer, r. 193 S. N. J. 

Clark John T. blacksmith, r. Union, c. 
McCarty 

Clark John T. lab. r. 68 Bicking 

Clark Unas V. bds. 94 N. Miss. 

Clark Maria, wid. James, r. 177 W. Vt. 

Clark Milton L. helper. Case, Marsh & 
Wiggins, r. 23 Willard 

Clark Mitchell B. music teacher, r. In- 
stitute for Blind 

Clark Reuben O. carpenter. J. L. & M. 
* K. Fatout, r. 176 W. Mich. 

Clark Sarah, milliner, 15 Mass. av. r. 
same 

Clark Thomas II. patent rights, r. 437 
N. Miss. 

Clark Titus, conductor, L. & I. R. R. 
bcls. 18 S. Miss. 

Clark Wm. tailor, 26 N. 111. r. 325 E. 
Ohio 

CLARK WILLIAM T.agt. Erie Trans- 
portation Co. 94 Va. av. bds. 27 
Lockerbie # 

Clark Wilson, (col'd) r. 225 N. Miss. 

Clark & Kay, (John Clark and Robert 
Kay) blacksmiths and wagon mkrs. 
Mass. av. cor. Plum 

Clark & Stewart, (Hampton Clark & 
James Stewart) 255 Ind. av. 

Clark —r-. fireman, C. & I. C. R. R. 
bds. 58^ Benton 

Clarke Alfred D. Bowen, Stewart & ' 
Co. r. 117 N. Miss. 

Clarke Dr. (Hale & Clarke) bds. 73 N. 
111. 

Clarke George A. physioian, 54 N. 111. 
r. same . 

Clarke Robert E. salesman, Lewis Des- 
sar, r. ss. Meek, E. of Cady 

Clarkson Joseph K. printer Ben Frank- 
lin printing house, r. 166 N. Del. 

Clary John, machinist, C. & I. C. R. R. 

Clary Patrick, porter, r. 104 N.Douglas 

Clary W. fireman, C. & I. C. R. R. 

Clauson Erasmus, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Co. 

Clawson Wm. (Beard, Forshee& Claw- 
son) r. 366 W. Vt. 

Clay Benjamin, (col'd) lab. r. Eliza- 
beth , se. City Hospital 

Clay Henry, (coi'd) lab. bds. 2d 

Clay Hilary, A. Jones & Co. 23 W. Ohio 

Clay John H. (col'd) alley man, Chas. 
Wright, bds. 34 W. Ga. 

Clay pool Minerva J. wid. Newton, r. 
344 N. Ala. 

Clayton Leonidas W. elk. r. 191 N. 
'Liberty 

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22 WEST WASHLWiW ST. 



Clearwater Hiram R. works Union De- 
pot, r. Dunlop 

Cleary Jaraee, machinist, r. 127 Maple 

Cieary Joanna, wid. John, r. 206 Huron 

Cleary John W. machinist, C. & I, C. 
shop, r. 200 Huron 

Cleary Michael, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing MH1 

Cleary Patrick, porter, Palmer House 

Cleaveland John B. salesman, Spann & 
Smith, r. 300 Liberty 

Cleaver William, shoemkr. r. Davidson 
nr. E.Ohio 

Cleaver Wooster B. watchman, B. & P. 
R. R. r. 122 Davidson 

Cleiber Louis, confectioner, r. 143 E. 
Wash. 

Cleland John E. student at law, Tem- 
ple C? Harrison, bds. 84 Mass. av. 

Clem Aaron (A. Clem & Bro.) r. 173 
Mass. av. 

CLEM & BRO. (Aaron and William F. 
Clem) grocers. N. Del. nr. E. X. Y. 

Clem Win. F. (A. Clem & Bro.) r. 266 
N. Ala. 

Clement John, carpenter, r. 481 Roset 

Clements Augustus R. engineer, B. R. 
R. r. Winston bet. Vt. and Mich. 

Clements William A. teamster, r. 32 
Jones 

Clere Timothy, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Clifford Betsey, pantry girl, Palmer 
House 

Clifton Joseph B. lab. r. cor. North and 
James 

Cline Solomon, carpenter, X. West bet. 
St. Clair and North 

Clines Isaac H. teamster, r. 234 S. Mo. 

(lines Peter, engineer, Hill's planing 
mill, r. 116 S. East 

Clintic William, lab. r. 303 S. Del. 

Clinton James (col'd) waiter, Bates 
House 

Clinton John R. r. 318 E. Wash. 

Clinton W. R. bds. 318 E. Wash. 

CLIPPINGER GEORGE W. physi- 
cian, 28 N. Del. r. 235 % Penn. 

Cloffe Conrad, street sprinkler, r. 6'9 
Huron 

Clopy Auora, laundress, r. Institute for 
Blind 

Close William II. (Robertson & Close) 
bds. Oriental House 



Clawley William, lab. r. 376 X. Mo. 
Cluckner John, butcher, C, &. E. Finch. 

bds. Walker House 
CI u ne Mary Mrs. wid. Jt5lj.ii Q. matress 

factory, r. 372 S. Teiin. 
Chine Michael (Clune & 3ro.) r. 174 

Bruffrd. 
Clune Patrick (Clune Bro.) r. 454 S. 

111. 
CLUNE & BRO. (Michael Clune and 

Patrick Clune) grocers, 174 Bluff 

rd. 
Clupton WHliam, r. 230 N. West 
Clute James B. shoe mkr. r. 317 W. 

Wash. 
Cly Samuel, lab. r. X. of 264 Ind. av. 
Coapman J&mes W. Recruiting Sergt. 

5 Bates Block, bds. Mo. bet. Market 

and Ohio 
Cobb Edward A. (Hay & Co.) bds. 222 

N. Teiin. 

Cobel , machinist, r. 347 N. Noble 

Coble Daniel, teamster, r 99 Hosbrook 
Coble George, carpenter, r. 17 N. Doug- 
las 
Cob u rn Henrv, (Coburn & Jones) r. 

125 E. N. Y. 
COBURN JOHN Judge, r. 126 E. Ohio 
Coburn William, saloon, bds. 78 S. 111. 
COBUBN & JONES, ( Henry Coburn 

and William H. Jones) lumber 

dealers, 125 W. Ga* 
Cochran Andrew J. ( Draper & Coch- 

' ran) r. 420 S. 111. 
Cochran James, lab. r. 187 Madison av. 
Cochran Jesse II. elk. Sohl, Gibson & 

Co. bds. 27 N. Cal. 
Cochran Samuel W. carpenter and 

builder, 424 N. Miss. r. same 
Cochran William, painter, r. 491 N. 

Ala. 
Cochrane Lucy Miss, teacher, r. Va. av. 

nr. Noble 
Coddington James, plasterer, r. 353 N. 

N. J. 
Codington Geo. S. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>< E. Wash. 
Coen John, board'g house, 169 S. Tenn. 

r, same 
Coesby Henry, (col'd) r. N. Mo. nr. 

Ind. av. 
Coffey Emma Miss, r. Howard bet. 2d 

and 3d 
Coffin Aaron, wines and liquors, r. 389 

N. Penn. 
Coffin Barnabas, (Turtle & Co., B. & S. 

Coffin, and Connelv, Wiles & Co.) 

r. 410 N.Pen n. 
COFFIN B. & S. (Barnabas and Stephen 

Coffin) beef and pork packers, room 

1 Vinton Block op. P. O. 
Coffin Charles student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 



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Coffin David VV. r. 410 X. Penn. 
Coffin Judson F. chair mkr. Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. bds. 22 X. East 
Coffin Julius V. shipping elk. Connelv, 

Wiles & Co. bds. 149 Meridian 
Coffin Julius V. student at Bryant, 

Stratton &Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Coffin Morris, butcher, cor. West and 

North r. East 
Coffin Stephen, [B. & S. Coffin] Vin- 
ton's Block, r. Montgomery 
Coffin William, cigai; mkr. Back & 

Weaken, bds. 222 S. East 
Coffman Jacob, carpenter, r. 255 S. X. 

J. 
Coffman Levi, bds. 255 S. X. J. 
Coffman Samuel J. carpenter, r. 805 

Va. av. 
Coffman William, butcher, bds. 3G6 S. 

111. 
Cogill John, street contractor, r. 229 

Va. av. 
Cogill Stephen, r. 223 Va. av. 
Cogill William, street contractor, r. 

225 Va. av. 
Cogin William, lab. 191 X. East 
Cohen Isaac, elk. L. J. Mossier, bds. 

157 X. Ala. 
Cohick Samuel, porter, California 

House, 184 S. 111. 
Colin Lewis, cigar mkr. bds. 174 Va. 

av. # 

Cohoe O. P. bds. 39 Va. av. 
Cokleman William, tobacconist, r. 134 

W. Md. 
Colat Henry, elk. bds. 58 S. Penn. 
Colbert Patrick, lab. r. 324 S. West 
Colclazer John Holland, elk. bds. 162 

X. X.J. 
Golden John E. real estate agt. r. 129 

Union 
Cole Bart W. elk. John Furnas & Co. 

bds. Pyle House 
Cole William (col'd) lab. Camp Car- 

rington bet. Gth and 7th 
Coleman B. F. bds.-^Teiman House 
Coleman Henry lab. Governor Morton 

r. 465 S.X.J. 
Coleman Herman., stock buyer, r. Xa- 

tionai rd". nr. Deaf and Dumb Asy- 
lum 
Coleman John G. Merchants police. 

bds. Dowden House 
Coleman Mary E. wid. Joseph, r. 26 S. 

West 
Coleman William, engineer, D. Behy- 

mer & Co. bds. E. Market nr. Xo- 

ble 
Coles Georgia, dress mkr. bds. 177 E. 

Wash. 
Coles Henry G. lab. bds. 177 Fort 

Wayne av. . 
Coles Susie C. bds. 177 E. Wash. 



ADAM HELEV1, 

Carpenter & Contractor, 

296 North Liberty St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Colescott Z. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, U}.£ E. Wash. 

Colestock Ephraim, carpenter, r. 250 
X. 111. 

Colestock George, bookbiiuler, W. &J. 
Brad en, bds. 250 X. 111. 

Colestock Wesley S. carpenter, r. 250 
X. 111. 

Coll Dennis, saloon, G2 W. Md. r. same 

Coll Dominiek, [Coll & Bro.] r. 116 
Oak 

Coll Hugh, distiller, r. 116 Oak 

Coll John, machinist, r. 370 S. II!. 

COLL & BRO. [Dennis Coll & Domi- 
niek,] Liquor Distillers, Oak St. 

Collett Moses M. [John, Furnas & Co.] 
r. 79 E. St. Joseph 

COLLEY SIMS A. lawver, 16 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 338 X. X. J.' 

Collier Edward C. conductor, street 
cars, bds. Xeiman House 

Collier Wm. trader in stock, r. 133 S. 
X.J. 

Collier Wm. S. saloon, 101 S. 111. r. 133 
S.X.J. 

Collins Cornelius, teamster, r. 223 S. 
West 

Collins Daniel, lab. f. 120 Mr, pie 

Collins Dennis, [col'd] porter, Macy 
House 

Collins James, carpenter, r. 313 S. East 

Collins Jeremiah, lithograph printer, 
J. H. Stallo & Co. bds. 05 S. East 

Collins Jeremiah, printer, r. 239 Bu- 
chanan 

Collins Jerry, lab. Sinker & Co. 

Collins Join), carpenter, r. 239 Bucha- 
nan 

Collins Joseph G. Collins House, 64 W. 
Md. r. same 

Collins Maggie, seamstress, bds. 18 S. 
Miss. ' , 

Collins Mnry. folder, Journal office, 
bds. 239 Va. av. 

Collins Patrick, lab. Street E, W. bds. 
65 S. Cal. 

Collins William; Arsenal, r. Meek, nw. 
c. Cady 

Collins Vvm.M. general western agent 
Kirbv's Eeapers & Mowers, office, 
E. end Union Depot, bds. 81 2d. 

Collis Henry, wks. Cottrell & Knight 

Collord Isaac W. apprentice, Chandler 
& Taylor, bds. W. Wash. 



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IN GREAT VARIETY AT 

BUTTERFIELD & CO.'S, 

22 West Washington St. 



Colnian Henry C. elk. Gov. Morton's 
office, State House, r. E. Nat. rd. nr. 
toll gate 
Colnian Mary, servant, 88 Union 

Colter James, gas litter, r. 21G E. 
South 

Colter M. Mrs. r. 394 S. Del. 

Colton Elijah, helper, Rolling Mill bds. 
474 S. Ten n. 

Colton Wm. F. engineer, Behymer & 
YVheatley, 897 E. Market 

Columbus & Indianapolis 11. R. freight 
depot, S. Del. nr. Pogue's Run 

Columbus & Indianapolis R. R. Office, 
JAMES M. LUNT, General Supt. 
Va. av. cor. Del. 

Columbus & Indianapolis General 
Ticket Office, Va. av. cor. Del. 

Columbus & Indianapolis R. R. Ma- 
chine Shop, S. Noble, bet. Wash, 
and Meek 

Colvin Cynthia, servant. 101 Forest av. 

Col well Samuel II. r. 87 Benton 

Colwell William, student at Bryant, 
Stkatton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Comegys Levi, carpenter, r. ws. K. 111. 
bet 5th and 6th 

Comingore John A. physician, 68 N. 
Penn. (J. A. Comingore & Co.) r. 
335 N". Liberty 

COMINGORE J. A. & CO. (John A. 
Comingore and Edwin T. William- 
son) boots and shoes. 17 W. Wash. 

Comingore Wm. H. book keeper. J. A. 
Comingore & Co. r. 335 N. Liberty 

Commercial Hotel, Ga. ne. cor. 111. 

Compagne Joseph A. lab. r. 118 Huron 

Compagne Louis, lab. r. US Huron 

Compton Wm. II. 52 N. Penn. 

Comstock Alfred, driver Citizens' Street 
R. W. bds. 35 W. Ga. 

Comstock E. M. last finisher, Young, 
Kemper & Co. 262 S. 111. 

CON AT Y JAMES B. hats, caps and 
furs. 198 E. Wash, and 50 S. 111. and 
millinery. SOS. 111. and bleachery 
and bonnet block manufactory, 50 
S. 111. r. same 

CONCORDIA HOUSE, Ferdinand 
Mottery. 200 S. Meridian \ 

Magazines Bound in any s' 



Conde Charles A. machinist, Sinker & 

Co. 
Condee Charles C. bds. 153 W. Md. 
Condit John D. Blackford's Block, r. 

134 Va. av. 
Condon Wm. lab.r. 31 Dacotah 
Conduitt Alexander B. [Pee, Conduitt 

& Co.] r. 276 N. Del. 
Cone Wm. S. elk. and telegraph opera- 
tor, J. M. & I. R. R. bds. Sherman 

House 
Conelly Patrick, moulder, bds. Ray 

House * 

Conen John, *paper hanger, r. 169 S. 

Tenn. 
Cones C. E. elk. bds. Spencer House 
Cones Charles E. salesman, Mayhew & 

Branham, bds. 8 Willard 
Cones George W. with Murphy, Ken- 
nedy & Co. bds. Sherman House 
Cones Robert M. r. 176 W. Mich. 
Congregational Church, N. Meridian, 

cor. Circle 
ConibearE. II. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade. 24^E. Wash. 
Conklin David, ice cream saloon, 143 

N. Del. r. same 
Conklin Henry N. merchant tailor, 60 

N. HI. r. N. Miss. cor. W. Mich. 
Conklin Israel, watchman, T. H. R. R. 

r. 193 W. South 
Conklin James, elk. 111. 
Conklin John (Dunn & Conklin) bds. 

— Ohio 
Conklin John, r. 252 N. Miss. 
Conklin John, bar keeper, bds. 123 W. 

N. Y. 
Conklin Joseph, grocer, 164 W. Mich. 

r. 260 N. Miss. 
Conklin Martin, lab. bds. 58 S. Ala. 
Conklin Mary, r. 43 Fletcher av. 
Conklin M. D. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade. 24 >£ E. Wash. 
Conklin Richard, press feeder, Herald 

office 
Conlan Alice, dress and cloak mkr. 34 

W. Wash. bds. 92 Miss. 
Conlen Michael, bible agt.r. 323 Ind. av. 
Conlar John, watchman, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill 
Conley Robert, grocer, r. 296 N. Ala. 
Conly Michael, lab. r. 285 S. East 
Conn Charles, painter, bds. 225 N. 

Tenn. 
Conn. Mutual Life Ins. Co. Folsom & 

Olin agts. Blackford's Block 
Connel Patrick, shoemkr. bds. S. Mo. 
Connell Maurice, lab. D. Root & Co.'s 

machine w«rks 
Connelly Andrew J. engineer I. & C. 

R. R. r. 463 E. Ga. 
Connelly George, machinist, r. 78 For- 
est av. 

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Connelly John, lab. r. 311 S. Mo. 

Connelly Patrick, moulder, bds. Ray 
House 

Connelly Patrick, tanner, bds. 249 N. 
West 

Connelly Timothy, carpenter, r. 287 N. 
Noble 

Connely John, lab. r. 430 S. 111. 

Connely Morton, lab. r. 176 S. Del. 

Connelv Robert (Connely, Wiles & Co.) 
r. 2*96 N, Ala. 

CONNELY, WILES & CO. (Robert 
Connely, William D. Wiles, Daniel 
II. Wiles, and Barnabas Coffin) 
wliol. grocers, 149 Meridian 

CONNER* ALEXANDER H. (Dong- 
lass & Conner) bds. 272 N. N. J. 

Conner Benjamin, bds. 236 E. Market 

Conner E. S. wid. John, r. 171 Virginia 
av. 

Conner James G. physician, bds. 227 E. 
Wash. 

Conner John, lab. B. R. R. Depot 

Conner John, lab. Indianapolis Gas 
and Coke Co. S. Penn. nr. E. La. 

Conner John, lab. r.258 S. Del. 

Conner John, lab. r. 14 Willard 

Conner Mary, wid. William boarding 
house, r. 19 S. Miss. 

Conner Michael, lab. r. 430 S. Tenn. 

Conner Thomas, engineer, r. 187 N. 
Liberty 

Conner Thomas, lab. r. 11 Buchanan 

Conner Wm. M. dry goods, 227 E. 
Wash. r. 278 E. Mich. 

Connor Daniel, r. 36 N. Douglas 

Connor Fred. D. elk. Witt & Arbuckle, 
bds. 164 W. Md. 

Connor James, stone sawyer, Goddard 
& Sons, r. 19 S. Miss. 

Connor John, lab. arsenal, r. 125 N. 
Winston 

Connor John T. elk. U. S. pension of- 
fice, r. 164 W. Md. 

Connor Marks, lab. r. 1 Elizabeth 

Connor Michael O. contractor, r. 75 S. 
Noble 

Connor Morris, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 

Connor Thomas, watchman, I. P. & C. 
R. R. engine house, r. N. Liberty, 
nr. cor. W. N. Y. 

Connors James, moulder, bds. Ray 
House 

CONNORTON JOHN W. Agent, ED- 
WARDS & BOYD'S DIRECTORY 
OFFICE, 16^ E. Wash. bds. Com- 
mercial Hotel 

Conoley John, watchman, r. 311 S. Mo. 

Conoly George, boiler maker, Sinker & 
Co. 

Conrad Jacob, lab. r. 237 W. Mich. 

Conroy Patrick, tailor, r. 72 S. West 

Converse Joel, carpenter, r. 315 E. Ohio 



Conway George, student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24K E. Wash. 
Conway M. Mrs. r. 225 S. Del. 
Conway Michael, lab. bds. 328 W. Wash. 
Cook Alfred L. carriage trimmer, r. 

318 N. Liberty 
Cook Christian, baggage master Union 

depot, r. 26 Bicking 
Cook David, elk. bds. Little's Hotel 
Cook Edward, student at Bryant, 

Stratton &Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 
. Block 
Cook Elizabeth, servant, S. 111. bet. 

Merrill and South 
Cook Francis, lab. r. 112 Dacotah 
Cook Frederick, r. 84 S. Liberty 
Cook Frederick, elk. in P. O. r. 79 S. 

Liberty 
Cook George B. 251 E. Wash. 
Cook George W. painter, bds. 376 W. 

North 
Cook Henry, brick mason, arsenal bds. 

38 Chatham 
Cook Henry, lab. 295 E. George 
Cook Henry, lab. r. 22 John 
Cook Henry H. cabinet mkr. r. 21 Iowa 
Cook Ignaz, machinist, Dublin r. 278 

Bluff rd. 
Cook Jerusha, teacher, r. Institute for 

Blind 
Cook John, machinist, bds. 38 Chatham 
Cook John V. (Williams, Cook & Co.) 

r. 224 N. East 
Cook John VV. (Bender & Cook) bds. 

261 W. Wash. 
Cook Lucinda M. wid. Jesse, r. 376 W. 

North 
Cook Mary, wid. John, r. 38 Chatham 
Cook Solomon, r. 471 Va. av. 
Cook Svlvester H. carpenter, bds. 376 

W. North 
Cook Thomas V. ( Ryan & Cook) r. 285 

W. Mich. 
Cook William, grocer, r. 47 S. Noble 
Cook William, (Cook & Dammeier) r. 

83 S. East 
Cook William H. saloon, 164 S. 111. r. 

376 North 
Cook & Dammeier, (William Cook and 

Charles Dammeier) groceries and 

dry goods, 249 E. Wash. 
Coon Peter, real est. agt. 90 E. Market 

bds. 239 E. La. 
Coon Philip, Market Saloon, 55 N. Ala, 

r. same 
Cooney Bridget, milliner, Catlin & 

Gardner, 46 W. Wash. 
Cooney Dennis, lab. r. 27 N. JEast 
Cooney Dennis, moulder, Sinker & Co. 
Cooney John C. bar keeper, R. Bailey, 

bds. 284 W. Wash. 
Cooney Patrick, boiler mkr. Sinker & 

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Coons Frank, retail grocer, IS". J. r. 21 

E. Lockerbie 
Coons John W. deputy clerk Marion 

county, r. 21 Lockerbie 
Coons William J. deputy clerk, r. 21 E. 

Lockerbie 
Cooper Armstead, (cord) lab. r. W. Ga. 

nr. cor. Mo. 
Cooper Francis, lab. L. F. Larining & 

Co. r. op. Underbill's mill S. of city 
Cooper Franklin, tanner, r. Wis. 
Cooper Hamilton, tailor, Glaser, Mitch- 
ell &Co. r. 2G0 W. St. Clair 
Cooper Jane, wid. Hamilton, r. 200 W. 

St. Clair 
Cooper John, machinist. Eagle Ma- 
chine Shop, r. 257 E. McCarty 
Cooper John J. farmer, r. 422 X. 111. 
Cooper L. Mrs. dress mkr. 288 E. Mich. 

r. same 
Cooper Olive, bds. 19 Hasbrook 
Cooper William, bds Snelson House 
Cooper William H.M. student Bryant, 

STRATTON & CO.*S. COMMERCIAL AND 

Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Cooper William II. elk. W. P. & E. P. 
Gallup 74 W. Wash. 

Coors Augustus F. (Dawson & Coors) 
r. 21 Lockerbie 

Copeland Bradford J. elk. J. W. Cope- 
land, bds. 372 X. Meridian 

Copeland James H, hack driver, bds. 
24 Elm 

COPELAND JOSHUA W. milliner 
and millinery goods, 8 E. Wash, 
and 39 S. Meridian, r. 372 X. Me- 
ridian 

Copeland William J. elk. Faught, Tay- 
lor & Co. bds. Pyle House 

Copple Simpson, student X. W. C. 
University 

COQUILLARD ALEXIS T.bds. Bates 
House 

CoraulL E. J. student Bryant. Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Corbaley William II. city carrier Ga- 
zette, r, 15 Fayette 

Corbet Kate, domestic, r. Institute for 
Blind 

Corcoran James, lab. r. McCarty nr. 
Madison av. 

Corliss Cory don T. physician. 72 E. 
Market, r. 153 X. Pennsylvania 

Corn Martin, carrier, J. K. Sharpe 

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Cornelius Cassius C. plasterer, r. 252 S. 

Ala. 
Cornelius Edward, bds. 252 S. Ala. 
Cornelius Edward G. (Tousey, Byrani 

& Co.) r. 429 X. Pennsylvania 
Cornelius P. W. painter, bds. Califor- 

> fa House 
Cornelius Wilbur F. painter, r. 85 Brad- 

shaw 
Cornig Ann. servant, 260 W. Wash. 
Garnish Thomas, (col'd) bar keeper, r. 

Pearl bet. X. Tenn. and X. Miss. 
Corrily Willis (col'd) window cleaner,. 

Bates House 
Corridan Thomas, r. 352 S. West 
Corridan Lawrence, r. 354 S. West 
Corridan Philip, lab. r. 352 S. West 
Corrts Cornelius, lab. r. 223 S. AVest 
Corsey A. M. student at Gregory's. 

Xational Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Corson Henry L. brakeman, C. & I. C. 

R. R. bds 58 Benton. 
Corwin John E. (Hume, Adams & Co.) 

r. 26 W Wash. 
Cosby Oliver L.bool^agt. Cosby & Go- 
ods. Snelson House 
Cosey Michael, lab. r. 255 S. Penn. 
Cosgrove Michael, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Cosgrove Patrick, boiler mkr. Sinker 

& Co. 
Cosgrove Posanna Mrs. wid. Dominick, 

r. 356 S. Tenn. 
Cosier David W. carpenter, Xeeman & 

Stelhorn, r. 236 X. Winston 
Costello John, shoe mkr. r. 67 South 
Costello John J. 'iron finisher, r. 2ZG 

W. Md. 
Coster Chas. eng. r. nr. Arsenal 
Costigan Frank J. elk. Fr'-t Office, B. 

R. R. Co. bds. Oriental House 
Costigan Theodore J. book keeper, 

Mrs. Delia Lintz, bds. Oriental 

House 
Costlin M. IT. student, Gregory's Xa- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Coston Maria, wid. Henrv, r. 265 E. St.. 

Clair 
Cotes Sarah M. wid. Isaac, r. 172 W. 

Mich. 
Cotter John. r. 173 X T . Winston 
Cottiman Wm. varnisher, r. 247 X.Lib- 
erty 
Cottingham Sidney D. (Hyde & Cot- 
tingham,) r. 336 X. Xoble 
Cottle C. copyist, Indiana Ins. Co. r. 101 

W. Wash. 
Cottle Kimball H. elk. Ind. Fire Ins.. 

Co. bds. 70 E. Market 
Cottman David F. student, X". W. C. 

University 
Cotton machine hand, Warren. 

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Cotton Francis M. carpenter, r. 15 
Arch 

Cottrell M. Minerva, r. 298 W. Market 

Cottrell Thomas, (Cottrell & Knight,) 
r. 102 S. X. J. 

COTTRELL & KNIGHT, [Thomas 
Cottrell & John Knight,] tinners 
stock, wholesale, 108 S. Del. 

Coughlen Frank, elk. Merritt & Cough- 
len, r. 282 W. X. Y. 

Coughlen Win. [Merritt & Coughlen,] 
r.282W. X.Y. 

COULON CHARLES, Justice of the 
Peace, r. E. of city, nr. U..S. Ar- 
senal tj ", 

Couloti Charles G. salesman, Frederick 
Theobald, r. Arsenal lane 

Coulter Acrhey, r. 394 S.Del. 

Coulter James, (Coulter & White) r. 
21G E. South 

Coulter John, lab. r. 345 S. Meridian 

Coulter John, straightener, Indianap- 
olis Rolling Mill Company 

COULTER & WHITE, (James Coul- 
ter and Charles II. White,) 82 E. 
Market, plumbers and titters 

Council John F. ( W. R. Hogshire & Co.) 
r. 39 W. Md. 

County Sheriffs Office, Court House 
Square 

County Jail, Court House Square 

Cournan Cornelius, bib. r. 130 Meek 

Court House, ns. Washington bet. Del. 
and Ala. 

Courtnev William, hack driver r. 315 
X. Blake 

Cousins William, (col'd) plasterer, r. 
181 2nd 

Covault Erastus J. salesman, Talbott, 
Rickard & 'Co.) bds. Sherman 
House 

Cover Mary Jane, feeder, Journal Of- 
fice 

Coverdill James JjT. teamster, r. 149 S. 
East 

Covert William T. last mkr. r. 42G S. 
111. 

Covington Susan, wid. William, r. 240 
w; Market 



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Covour Catharine, 

S. Noble 
Cow n Alexander, r 
Cown Harriet Mrs. 

Willard 
Cowen John, pauer 

nr. R.R. 
Cox Abram, cook, r. 247 X, Tenn. 
Cox Albert,, produce dealer. 62 X. 

Penn. r. E. St. Clair bet X. Del. 

and N.Ala. 
Cox Albert G. elk. L. W r . Ilasselman & 

Watson, bds. 69 S. Meridian 
Cox Albert W. provisions, r. 134 E. St. 

Joseph 
Cox Amj', wid. David, r. 18 Chatham 



Cox Andrew J. (Cox, Pentecost & 

Campbell,) r. 351 Ki Ala. ne. cor. 

Walnut 
Cox Augustus C. brakeman Jcffcrson- 

ville R. R, r. 18 Chatham 
Cox Buchanan, dealer in patent rights, 

r. 212 E. McCarty 

COX CHARLES, stoves and hollow- 
ware, 76 W. Wash. Foundry, S. 
Del. r. 71 S. Meridian 

Cox Charles II. book keeper, Charles 
Cox, r. 71 S. Meridian 

Cox Edwin, asst. finisher, Merritt & 
Coughlen, r. — W.Indianapolis 

Cox Henry C. carpenter, r. 224 W. 
Wash. 

Cox Jacob, portrait painter, room 5 
Ray's Block, r. 69 S. Meridian 

Cox John, sheet iron worker, Sinker & 
Co. 

Cox J. R. S. law student, with John 
Coburn, 5 Vinton's Rlock op. P. O. 

Cox Milton, (Landers & Co.) bds. Ori- 
ental House 

Cox Morgan, salesman, Landers & Co. 
bds. Oriental House 

COX, PENTECOST & CAMPBELL, 
(Andrew J. Cox, Mahlen B. Pente- 
cost and John Campbell ) ladies' 
and gents' furnishing and fancy 
goods, 20 E. Wash. 

Cox Sophia, wid. Nathaniel, bds. 252 
W. Market cor. West 

Cox Thomas, boiler mkr. bds. 111. cor. 
Bluff rcl. 

Cox William, boiler mkr. bds. 111. cor. 
Bluff rd. 

Cox William, druggist, 18 E. Wash. 
bds. 69 S. Meridian 

Cox William, painter, Ryan & Cook, 
bds. 225 E. Wash. 

Cox William A. shoe mkr. A. Lintz, r. 
342 N. West 

Cox William M. boiler mkr. B. F. 
Ilaugh & Co. bds. ws. S. 111. nr. 
creek 

Cox William C. (Tomlinson & Cox) bds. 
69 S. Meridian 

Coyner John V. student X. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Coyner Martin L. street contractor, r. 
449_E. St. Clair 

Cozad J.L. supt. Bellefontaine R. W. 
bds. 197 N. Del. 

Crabb James W. farmer, r. Natl rd. W. 
rndianapolis 

Craft A. G. wid. William E. r. 496 X. 




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Craft Henry, l3fl^ 499 Roset 
Craft Hiram J. deputy city treas. bds. 

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Craft John P. book keeper, Br'ch Bank 
of the State of Indiana, of Indiana- 
polis r. 496 X. Tenn. 

Craft Richard, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Craft Richard P. machinist, r. 496 X. 
Tenn. 

Craft Smith, (Van Blaricnm & Craft) 
r. 286 Ind. av. 

Craft Werner P. student, r.496 N. Tenn. 

Craft William H. (Craft & Phipps) r. 
163 N. Ala. 

CRAFT & PHIPPS, [William II. Craft 
and Edwin R. Phipps] jewelers, 2 
Odd Fellows' Hall 

Cralton A. R. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Crafton P. H. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Craig Alexander, elk. Alford, Talbot & 
Co. r. cor. S. 111. bet. 1st and 2d 

Craig David P. carpenter and joiner, r. 
194 N. Noble 

Craig Mary A. Miss, r. 124 S. Meridian 

Craig Polly Mrs. wid. Philip, r. 124 S. 
Meridian 

Craig Win. R. book keeper, Alford, 
Talbot & Co. r. 66 Fletcher av. 

Craighead Miss, 436 X. Meridian 

Craighead Robert, student Oxford Ohio 
College, r. 30 W. Md. 

Crain John L. saddler with Reyer & 
Thorns, bds. Pyle House 

Crain Sylvester, expressman, r. 321 E. 
North 

Crall Le Roy, actor. Metropolitan The- 
atre 

Crall Leroy, student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, M% E. Wash. 

Cramer Andrew, shoe mkr. r. 199 N. 
Liberty 

Cran R. S. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wj^j*^ 

Crane Daniel, l< l0 -<flfnjM^- av « 

Crane Dennis, porfjHPsnerman House, 
r. 6 Henry ™ 

Crane Frank, (J. D. Crane & Sons) bds. 



Crane George W. blacksmith, Case, 

Marsh & Wiggins, r. 230 Ind. av. 

cor. West 
Crane James D. (J. D. Crane & Sons) 

r. 149 W. South 
Crane J. D. & Sons, (James D. Frank 

and Leonard Crane) photograph 

gallery, 17 and 19 W. Wash. 
Crane John, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill Co. 
Crane Leonard, (J. D. Crane & Sons) 

bds. 149 W. South 
Crane Peter, engineer, Bellefontaine R. 

R. r. terminus Mass. av. 
CRAPO ROLAND P. importer, mnfr. 

and whol. dealer in rosewood and 

gilt moulding, oval frames, photo- 
graph and ambrotype stock, 46 N. 

Penn. op. P. O. r. same 
Crarin M. lab. r. Ga. bet. Penn. and Del. 
Craven John, Rolling Mill, r. Greer, nr. 

Rolling Mill 
Craven John, bds. Bates House 
Craven W. B. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>^ E. Wash. 
Cravens J. F. asst. physician, Insane 

Hospital, W. of city 
CravinsJohn, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill Co. 
Craving Wm. lab. Indianapolis Rollins 

Mill Co. 
Crawford E. moulder, D. Root & Co.'s 

machine works, r. 19 School 
Crawford George, bds. Snelson House 
Crawford George, (col'd) asst. cook, 

Snelson House 
Crawley James, hostler, Street R. W. 

stables, bds. California House 
Crawlev Thomas, piler, Indianapolis 

Roiling Mill Co. 
Crawmer Philip, dyer and draper, bds. 

California House 
Crebley A. H. student at Gregory's 

National Business College op 

Trade. 24}^ E. Wash. 
Cregar Henry, currier, r. 331 E. Ga. 
Creghan Patrick, lab. r. 280 S. Mo. 
Cress John B. [V. B. Cress & Son,] r. 

289 Va. av. 
Cress Valentine B. [V.B. Cress & Son,] 

r. 289 Va. av. 
Cress V. B. & Son, [Valentine B. Cress 

& John B. Cress,] grocers, 285 Va. 

av. 
Crinneman Fred, wks. C. & I. C. R. R. 

freight depot 
Crisler Joseph B. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Christie Israel, [col'd] lab. r. 29 Harris 

se. City Hospital 
Crocket Chas. conductor, C. & I. C. R. 

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Croghan Henry, [col'd] porter, mess. 

Fletcher's Bank, r. E. end of Elm 
Cronan James, lab. Polling Mill, bds. 

30 Willard 
Cronan Patrick, hostler, Hugh Delzell, 

bds. Pyle House 
Cronan Timothy, lab. r. rear 65 S. Me- 
ridian 
Crone Henrv, [col'd] S. A. Fletcher's 

Bank, r.181 Elm 
Crone Jacob, driver, J. P. Meikel, r. 

215 W. Md. 
Crone Wm. lab. J. P. Meikel, bds. 213 

W. Md. 
Cronin Daniel, lab. T. II. & I. R. E. 

bds. Meridian bet. Md. and Ga. 
Cronin John, lab. T. H. & I. R. li. r. 85 

W. McCarty 
Cronin Michael, lab. T. H. & I. R, R. 

bds. Mo. near Rolling Mill 
Cronin Timothy, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. 

r. Meridian bet. Ga. and Md. 
Cronkrite Chas. expressman, r. 219 

Coburn 
Cronnay John, lab. r. 85 W. McCarty 
Crook Jane, milliner, 24 Ind. av. 
Crooker Lou M. grocer, 76 Mass. av. 

174 W. Ohio 
Cropper Edward, carpenter, r. 78 Fay- 
ette 
Cropper Jonathan, teamster, r. 74 Fay- 
ette 
Cropper Samuel, carpenter, 465 N. 

East 
Cropper Simpson, carpenter, bds. 74 

Fayette 
Cropsey James E. piano builder, r. 359 

W. Ala. 
Cropsey Mary Miss, teacher, 1st Ward 

Public School, r. 359 N. Ala. 
Crosby John, steward, Am'can House, 

r. 192 Va. av. 
Crosby Mary Mrs. wid. John, r. 406 S. 

West 
Crosby Michael, elk. bds. 235 S. Del. 
Crosgrobe Michael, lab. r. 273 S. Tenn. 
Crosman Levi W. tea«her, bcls. 381 X. 

Del. 
Cross James R. carpenter, r. 339 W. 

Md. cor. Helen 
Crossland Jacob A. (Crossland, Ma- 

guire & Co.) r. 394 N. I'll. 
Crosson John D. (col'd) cook. r. S. Mo. 

nr. Md. 
CROSSLAND, MAGUIRE & CO. (Ja- 
cob A. Crossland, Douglass Ma- 

guire, Samuel C. Hanna, and John 

M. Caldwell) whol. grocers, cor. 

Meridian 
Crouch George, plasterer", r. 333 W. 

Md. 
Crouch George, horse dealer, r. 33 W. 

St. CI aii- 
Crouch John D. cooper, bds. 272 W. 

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Crouch John H. plasterer, r. 42 Helen 

Crouch John P. teamster, r. 384 W. 
North 

Crowley Daniel, lab. r. 343 S. Del. 

Crowley Isaac, lab. r. 345 S. Meridian 

Crowley William, night watchman, I. 
& 0. frt. depot, r. 736 N". Mo. 

Crowley Timothy, teamster, r. 40 Eliz- 
abeth 

Croxton Isaac T. carriage trimmer, r. 
22 Fletcher av. 

Crozier George, r. 350 jST. Meridian 

Crozier John Rev. pastor Reformed 
Pres. Church, r. 117 Mass. av. 

Cruikshank Robert, bridge builder, bds. 
126 Ind. av. 

Crull David, carpenter, r. 22 Gregg 

Crull Jacob, horse dealer, r. 411 N". 
Miss. 

Crull Theodore H. elk. Merer & Busch- 
mann, r. 22 Gregg 

Crura John, gardener, r. 228 E. La. 

Crutchfield Nancy, wid. Wesley, r. 748 
N. 111. 

Crystal Palace Saloon, 44 W. Wash. 

Cschech Frederick, carpenter, r. 90 
Union 

Culley Daniel, dealer in patent rights, 
r. 486 N". Perm. 

Culley David V. r. 19 E. Ohio 

Culley William, engineer, bds. 71 Nor- 
wood 

Cully David T. elk. Thompson & Co. 
r. 34 N. 111. 

Cullum Eberle, printer, W. & J. Bra- 
den, r. 126 W. Vermont 

Culver Elihu, elk. D. D. Elliott, r. 56 
W. N. Y. 

Cumerford Martin V. B. elk. bds. 555 
N. 111. 

dimming Emery, Supt. Merchant's 
Despatch Fast Freight Line, 19 
Va. av. 

Cummings James, pump mkr. 230 S. 
Penn. 

Cummings Orlando L. student at Bry- 
ant, Stratton & Go's, Commer- 
cial and Business College, 
Blackford's Block 

Cummings Thomas, machinist bds. 279 
S.Tenn. 

Cumrhine William, lab. bds. Mich. rd. 

Cunningham John, soldier U. S. arse- 
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Cunningham Ellen, servant, II. Stacw, 
S. Del. op. Cincinnati Depot 

Cunningham Frank, Herald Office 1Q}4 
E. Wash. bcls. Governors old resi- 
dence 

Cunningham Frederick, eating house, 
59 1ST. 111. r. same 

Cunningham James J3. civil engineer, 
r. 420 N. Penn. 

Cunningham John, carpenter, works 
Andrew F. Raferd 

Cunningham John, lab. D. Root & Go's 
machine works 

Cunningham John, U. S. A. r. nr. arse- 
nal 

Cunningham Patrick, lab. Indianapo- 
lis Rolling Mill Company 

Curley John, lab. D. Root & Co's ma- 
chine works 

Curley John, lab. r. Stevens nr. Va. ay. 

Curran Bridget, wid. John, r. 354 X. 
Winston 

Curran David, printer, Journal Office, 
bds. 56 Huron 

Curran Marv, r. 56 Huron 

Curran Michael, lab. r. 499 E. Ga. 

Curran Michael, stone cutter arsenal, 
r. Mich. rd. 

Curran Patrick, painter, r. 56 Huron 

Curran Patrick, lab. r. 56 Huron 

Curran Thomas, lab. r. 56 Huron 

Currans Hannah, washer. Bates House 

Currans Margaret, wicL Henry, wash- 
er woman", E. George bet. S. Lib- 
erty and S. Noble 

Currans Mary, washer. Bates House 

Curren Michael, lab. arsenal, r. E. Ga. 
nr. cor. Bates 

Currie Mary P. wid. William, r. on 
Penn. 3d house X. 1st 

Currlen Frederick, cabinet mkr. Philip 
Dohn, r. 218 Union 

Currv-Hamilton, [ col'd ] lab. r. 5SS X. 
Miss. 

Currv Marv, wid. Thomas, r. 83 S. W est 

Curry Richard, barber, r. 269 X. Blake 

Curry. Robert Capt. supt. labs, ai-senal, 
r. Fletcher Pike N. arsn'l bldg. 

Curtis Andrew, r. 27 Ft. Wayne ay, 

Curtis Casper, photographer! r. 163 

Stevens 
Curtis C. F. boot tree mkr. Young, 

Kemper & Co. 262 S. 111. 
Curtis Charles, bds. 39 Va. av. 



Curtis Joseph, [col'd] whitewashes r. 
203 W. North 

Curtis Robert M. [Curtis & Bright] bds. 
Sherman House 

CURTIS & BRIGHT, [Robt. M. Curtis 
and John D. Bright ] Sherman 
House saloon 

Curtiss Charles E. engineer, Wm. Hen- 
derson, bds. Va. av. nr. cor. E. McL 

Curzon Joseph, architect, Circle se. cor. 
Meridian r. 376 N. 111. 

Cussen Garrett, notions, 158 Ind. av. r. 
same 

Cusick John, retail grocer, r.75 S. West 

Cutsinger Charles, r. Bluff rd.nr. Mor- 
ris 

Cutsinger John, brakeman," I« M. & J. 
R. R. r. Bluff rd. nr. Morris 

Cwiek William, tailor, r. 222 N. East 

Cyphers Philip C. conductor St. R. W. 
bds. Macy House 

DABBS WALTER G. manufacturer 
and dealer in ambrotypeand pho- 
tographic material^ 21 and 23 Cir- 
cle, r. 134 X. Penn. sw. c. N.'Y. 

Dacy Patrick, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 

Dade Townsend. [col'd] lab. r. 203 W. 
North 

Daerffel Herman, bar keeper, r. 183 S. 
111. 

Daerr Phillip, hod carrier, r. 250 E. 
Mich. 

Daggett Wm. [Daggett & Co.] r.2S0N. 
N.J. 

DAGGETT & CO. [William Daggett 
& Geo. C.Webster,] manufs.con- 
fec'yand dealers in teas, fireworks, 
fruits, etc.. 32 S. Meridian 

Daglish John, salesman, L. H. Tyler & 
Co. r. 516 N. Miss. 

Dailey Bridget, pantry girl, Palmer 
House 

Dailey Elisha, bds. 68 W. South 

DAILEY JENNIE, boarding, r. 36 S. 
N.J. 

Dailey Owen B. machinist, C. <fc I. C. 

R. R. bds. 58 Benton 
DAILY EVENING GAZETTE, 25 

and 27 S. Meridian, up stairs 
Daily Harry. [Daily, Senour &• Co.] r. 

404 N. Del. 
DAILY, SENOUR & CO. [Henry 

Daily, James F. Senour & William 

Hasson.] ^.frOiesale -i^ruggists, 3- 

MoiTis/>n*s Block 

DAILY TELEGRAPH, 17 W. Md. 
Dally Thos. conductor, J. 11. R. bds. 

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N. East 
Dain Thomas Jr., pump mkr. bds. 114 

E. St. Mary 
Daine Frank, lab. bds. 57 E. South 
'Dale David P. lab. bds. GO W. Market 
Dale John, lab. 327 W\ Market 
Dale William H. painter, bds. 220 S. 

111. 
Dales Wm. lab. Osgood, Smith & Go's 

hub factory, 330 S. 111. 
Daley Michael, lab. r. 67 South 
Daley Timothy, stone cutter, Goddard 

& Sons, bds. S. Miss. c. Wash. 
Dalgam John Q. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24 *,< E. Wash. 
Dall Peter, lab. Sinker & Co. r. 131 E. 

McCarty 
Dallas William, helper, Wm. Kellogg, 

r. Ind. av. 
Dallert Charles, upholsterer, bds. 65 S. 

East 
Dalton Geo. carriage painter, G. Love, 

421 E. Ga. • 
Dalton George W. carriage painter, 

'George Lowe, r. 421 E. Ga.~ 
Dalton Michael, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. 

bds. Mo. bet. McCarty and Garden 
Dalton Thomas, lab. Sinker & Co. 
Daly Eugene, lab. r. 246 S. West 
Daly Thomas, lab. r. 21 Peru 
Daly Timothy, stone cutter, bds. 14 S. 

Miss. 
Daly William, r. 343 Winston 
Dame Jason, [Jason Dame & Co.] r. 287 

s. sr. j. 

DAME JASON & CO.[ Jason Dame and 

B. O. Carpenter] marble works, 69 

E. Wash. 
Damme Frank, pattern maker, D. Root 

& Co.'s machine works 
Dammeier Charles, [Cook & Dammeier] 

249 E. Wash. 
Dammeyer Christ, boarding house, 215 

S. 111. 
Dane Thomas, [Dane & Drake] r. 114 

W. St. Mary 
DANE & DRAKE, [Thomas Dane and 

William Drake] pump mkrs. 57 

Mass. av. 
Dan forth Albert J. r. 432 N. Perm. 

Daniel , machinist, bds. 169 S. Tenn. 

Daniels Chas. bar tender, W. Selking, 

bds. 235 E. Vt. 
Daniels Lewis H. carpenter, rear 129 S. 

N. J. r. S. East, near McCarty 
Daniels Samuel, watchman Central de- 
pot, r. 109 S. N. J. 
Daniels Samuel P. tailor, r.109 S. N. J. 
Danielson Morton, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Danmever Frederick, drayman, r. 266 

E. Ohio 
Dannenbersr Wm. J&f lab. r. 719 N. Miss. 



Danner Mahala Mrs. wid. Andrew, r. 

25 Dacotah 
Darbv John, elk. r. 291 S. N. J. 
Darby John, grocer, r. 293 S. N. J. 
Dare George, lab. r. 82 Gordon 
Dargen John, lab. r. 37 Dougherty 
Dargin Michael, lab. Warren Tate's 

Factory 
Dark Charles E. messenger, 49 E. Wash. 

r, Walnut, se. cor. Tenn. 
Darnall William Col. carpenter and ' 

builder, r. 342 E. JST. Y. 7kV ' 

Darnell Calvin F. carpenter, r. 738 N. & 

111. 
Darr Wm. machinist, Eagle Machine 

Works 
Darrow Benjamin C. salesman, Burton 

'& Davis, r. 246 N. 111. 
Darrow George, [Darrow & Hinesley] 

67 Mass. av. 
Darrow James R. r. 364 N. N. J. 
Darrow Milton W. printer, Journal 

office, r. 364 N. N. J. 
Darrow & Hinesley, [George Darrow 

and Andrew J. Hinesley] grocers, 

67 Mass. av. 
Dary John, porter, E. B. Alvord & Co. 

r. S. 111. nr. cor. South 
Dasey Patrick, lab. r. 273 S. Penn 
Dashiells Benjamin, harness mkr. J. C. 

Ilereth & Bro. r. 83 N. Penn. 
Dater William, drayman, r. Mich.rd. 
Daubenspeck Nelson, miller, r. 139 N. 

Del. 
Daugety James, bcls. Collins House 
Daugherty E. C. Miss, [Walker & 

Daugherty] r. 284 N. N. J. 
Daugheftv John, [Daugherty & Baker] 

r. 226 "E. South 
Daugherty Lucy, wid. William, bds. 

160 Va. av. 
Daumont Henry, [H. Daumont & Co.] 

r. 439 N. Penn. 
DAUMONT & CO. [Henry Daumont 

and William Wheatlyj dealers in 

clocks, &c. 88 E. Wash. 
Daumont Peter A. jewelry, watches 

and clocks, 23 S. Meridian, r. same 
Daven Catharine, wid. Peter, r. 68 Elm 
Davenback Jacob, carpenter, r. 222 P. 

R. R. 
Davenport Daniel, [ col'd ] engineer, 

Sherman House, bds. same 
Davenport John, engineer, r. 23 James 

nr. Ind. av. 
Davenport Thomas, saw mkr. Atkins, 

r. 246 S. Mo. 
Davenport William, feeder, W. & J. 

Braden, 24 W. Wash. 
David Ann Mrs. wid. William M. r. 271 

E. Market 
David R. J. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 80 

N. Miss. 
David Thomas, butcher, r. 210 Union 
David William, farmer, r. 723 N. 111. 



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DEALERS SEND FOR SAMPLES TO 

J. A. BUTTERFIELD & CO., 

22 West Wawliinsrton Street. 

Davidson Charles B. Rev. bds. 84 S. 111. 
Davidson G. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 
1 166 E. Market 
Davidson George, carpenter, r. 188 

Dougherty 
Davidson James, printer, bds. Macy 

House 
Davidson James F. mailing elk. Jour- 
nal office, r. 170 N. Davidson 
Davidson John, collector, Indianapolis 

Journal, r. 170 N. Davidson 
Davies John, artist, Thomas J. Davies, r. 

150 W. N. Y. 
Davies Thomas J. photograph gallery, 

Ray's Block, r. 150 W. X. Y. 

Davis, driver Citizens Street R. W. 

Davis Abel E. (Baxter & Davis,) r. 323 

X. West 
Davis A. B. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Davis Allen, switchman Jeffersonville 

R. R. r. Mich. rd. nr. city limits 
Davis Amos, (col'd) r. 747 X. Tenn. 
Davis Andrew J. Secretary American 

Horse Insurance and Detective 

Company, r. 76 X. Noble 
Davis Andrew W. elk. Connelly, 

Wiles cfc Co. bds. Oriental House 
Davis Benjamin, (Mann & Davis) r. 

249 E. La. 
Davis Charles, bds. Collins House 
Davis Charles, butcher, r. 129 N. Penn. 
Davis Charles, shoe mkr. works C. 

Fried gen 
Davis Charles B. insurance agt. r. 139 

Ind. av. 
Davis Charles S. butcher, r. — N. 

Penn. 
Davis Clay, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

bds. 178N.:N T . J. 
Davis David, Asst. Justice U. S. Su- 
preme Court, P. O. building, r. 

Bloomington, 111. 
Davis E. R. receiver Citizens Street R. 

W. r. 134 S. 111. 
Davis Edward, butcher, r. 129 N.Penn. 
Davis Edward, constable, r. north end 

111. 
Davis Edward B.book keeper, Citizens 

Street R. W. bds. Sheridan House 
Davis Edward W. butcher, r. — N. 

Penn. 
DAVIS EDWIN A. lawyer, 3 Talbott 

& New's Block, bds. Bates House 

Paper Boxes for Fancy 



Davis Edwin B. book keeper, City R. 
W. office, bds. Sheridan House 

Davis Emma, milliner and dress mkr. 
r. 115 N. Tenn. 

Davis Ernest G. engineer, r. 139 Ind. av- 

DAVIS F. A. W. (Indiana Banking" 
Co.) r. sw. cor. N. J. and Merrill 

Davis Fleming, boiler maker, Wash- 
ington Foundry, r. 118 Forest av. 

Davis George, boots and shoes, r. Cal.. 
bet. N. Y. and Vt. 

Davis George, (Burton & Davis,) bds, 
cor. K. Y. and West 

Davis Gilbert W. elk. J. W. Smith, 76 
N.N.J. 

Davis Holden, r. 380 N. Del. 

Davis Harvey D. meat market, r. Penn. 
nr. Ohio 

Davis Isaac, (col'd) waiter, Bates House 

DAVIS ISA AC,hats, caps and furs, re- 
tail 11 W.-AVash.r. N. 111. 

Davis J. A. bds. Bates House 

Davis Jacob, carpenter, r. James bet. 
Ind. av. and St. Clair 

Davis James (col'd) lab. Cahall's to- 
bacco factory, r. 1 sqr. S. of Indi- 
anapolis Rolling Mill 

Davis James E. shoe store, 245 E. Wash, 
r. 299 N. Liberty 

Davis John, photographer, r. 150 W. 
N.Y. 

Davis John H. shoemkr. bds. 299 N r 
Liberty 

Davis John L. pump mkr. shop cor. 
Ky. av. and Tenn. r. 203 W. Mc- 
Carty • 

Davis John M. engineer, r. 142 E. Md. 

Davis Jonathan, switchman, Union De- 
pot 

DAVIS JOSEPH W. brass foundry, 
steam and gas fitting 110 S. Del. 
r. 221 N. Tenn. 

Davis Joshua, carpenter, r. 181 Meek 

Davis Lee (col'd) lab. r. 225 N. Tenn. 

Davis Levi L. butcher, r. 129 N. Penn. 

Davis Louis (col'd) lab. r. Camp Car- 
rington, N. of Sixth 

Davis Maria M. wid. r. 8 N. Liberty 

Davis Mary E. wid Homer, dressmkr. 
115 N. Tenn. 

Davis Milton, carpenter, r. 45 E. Mc- 
Carty 

Davis Monroe (col'd) blacksmith, r. 257 
■ N. West 

Davis Morris H. machinist, r. 139 Ind. 
av. 

Davis Nancy, dress mkr. wid James, r.. 
16 S. Penn. 

Davis Nathaniel, blacksmith, C. W. 
Barton, r. 228 First 

Davis O. C. bds. Macy House 

DAVIS PHANNEL L. architect and 
master mechanic U. S. Arsenal,, 
arsenal buildings, terminus of E. 
Mich. • 

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Davis Richard A. driver street cars. r. 
184 N. N. J. 

Davis Robert, engineer, E. C. Atkins, 
r. 75 E. McCarty 

Davis Robert F. saw grinder, r. 77 E. 
McCarty 

Davis Samuel, well digger, r. E. La. nr. 
S. Noble 

Davis Samuel A. pump mkr. r. 330 E. 
La. 

Davis Sarah Mrs. wid. Ovid, r. 203 W. 
McCarty 

Davis Thomas J. photographer, r. 150 
W. N. Y. 

Davis Thomas K. shoemkr. J. E. Davis, 
bds. 299 N. Liberty 

Davis William, student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Davis Wells W. engineer, C. & I. C. R. 
R. r. 75 Davidson 

Davis Wesley, carriage trimmer, B. C. 
Shaws, r. nr Camp Morton, on N. 
111. 

Davis Win. E. brick layer, r. 122 Da- 
vidson ^ 

Davis Wm. H. carpenter, Arsenal r. 
361 Mass. av. 

Davis Wm. H. pump mkr. 133 N. Tenn. 
r. ns. 1st bet. Miss, and Tenn. 

Davis Wm. M. ["Jones, Davis & Co.] r. 
430 m N. J. 

Davison James, printer, Herald office, 
bds. Macy House 

Davy John, porter, bds. 215 S. 111. 

Dawe Stephen, (col'd) lab. r. N. How- 
ard bet. 2d and 3d 

Dawson Bvron, (Dawson & Coors,) bds. 
377 N/East 

Dawson Geo. finisher, r. 43 Forest av. 

Dawson James, apprentice, D. Root & 
Co. machine works 

Dawson Louisa, wid. Daniel r. 115 For- 
est av. 

Dawson Riley, carpenter, r. 369 N. Ala. 

Dawson Thomas, watchman, Indian- 
apolis Agricultural Works, Tenn. 
bet. La. & South 

Dawson Thomas B. watchman, r. 161 
Maple 

Dawson Timothy, r. 178 1ST. Miss. 

Dawson Timothv, saloon keeper, bds. 
70 E. Market 

Dawson William, driver, Wm. Hender- 
son, r. N. Del. c. Mass. av. 

DAWSON & COORS, (Byron Dawson 
& Aug. F. Coors,) grocer's, 399 N. 
N.J. 

Day Catharine, wid. David, r. 344 N*. 
Blake 

Day Elisha M. lab. r. Centre nr. Blake 

Day Georgia L. elk. Singer's S. M. Co. 
r. 73 N. 111. 

Day Henry Rev. D.D. pastor First Bap. 
Church, r. 122 N. Penn. 



Day Jeremiah L. r. 270 N. Peru 

Day John W. (col'd) teamster, Eliza- 
beth, se. City Hospital 

Day Leroy, mail agt. J. & I. R. R. bds. 
84 Mass. av. 

Day Martha M. Mrs. dress mkr. 270 N. 
Peru, r. same 

Day Wm. W. butcher, r. 438 E. St. 
Clair 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, E. Wash. 

outside of corporation 
Deal T. J. 79 E. Market 
Dean Charles, bricklaver, bds. 41 Bluff 

rd. 
Dean Chas. II. foreman, foundry of 

Indianapolis Agricultural Works, 

r. 154 S. Noble. 
Dean Harrison, (col'd ) lab. r. 91 Hos- 

brook 
Dean John II. moulder, Indianapolis 

Agricultural Works, bds. 151 S. 

Noble 
Deau Kate, laundress. Palmer House 
Dean King, (col'd) lab. r. 642 N. Miss. 
Dean Lurene, (col'd) wid. Isaac, bds. 

L. R. R. bet. 1st and 2d 
Dean Phelan, ( col'd ) lab. r. Elm nr. 

Pine * 

Deane Thomas, printer, Ben Franklin 

Printing House, bds. 108 S. Noble 
Dearinger Simeon, plasterer, r. 287 E. 

Ga. 
Deaver Charles, driver, Merchants' 

Union Express Co. i. 42 E. Wash. 
Deaver George, elk. I. C. freight depot, 

r. 14 E. Mich. 
Decher John, lab. r. Ala. cor. St. Marys 
Decider Joseph, saloon keeper, r. 26 

Cherry 
Deckart William, butcher, 198 N. Miss. 

r. same 
Decker Conrad, blacksmith, r. 267 N. 

Davidson 
Deckonbrock Christ, blacksmith, r. 36 

S. Ala. 
Dedert Charles, (Henry Hensler & Co.) 

r. Mass. av. and St. Clair 
Deere John, r. 584 E. St. Clair 
Deery Bridget, wid. Edward, r. Jack- 
son bet. Cherry and Christian av. 
Deery John, city expressman, r. Jack- 
son bet. Cherry and Christian av. 
Deffaulx Louis, r. 259 N. Liberty 
Deforest Daniel, lab. r. 3d bet. Howard 

and Canal 
Degnan Alexander, brick layer, r. 24 

W. Ga. 
Dehart Austin, teamster, r. 27 Fayette 
De Hart T. jeweler, 140 S. 111. r. same 
De Haven Andrew J. paper hanger, 

Hume, Adams & Co. r. 218 W. Ga. 
Dehne Charles, ( Dehne & Faut) bds. 

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Dehne William, drayman, r. 215 N. 

Davidson 
Delme & Faut, (Charles Delme and 

Frederick Faut) flour, feed and 

grain, 818 E. Wash. 
Dehorky William, lab. C. & I. C. R. R. 

freight depot 
Deis Jacob, baker, Fred Bollmann, bds. 

107 E. Wash. 
Deitch Joseph (J. & J. L. Deitch) r?85 

N. Ala. 
Deitch Joseph L. (J. & J. L. Deitch.) 

r. 382 N. Y. 
DEITCH J. & J. L. (Joseph and Joseph 

L. Deitch). wines and liquors, 14 

S. Del. 
Deiter Earnest, shoe inter. George 

Fischer, r. 25 E. Bicldle 
Deiffiian Frederick, carpenter, r. 91 X. 

East 
Deitrich Christopher, Cabinet Maker's 

Union, r. 455 E. Market 
Deitricli William, r. 34 N. Del. 
Deitzel Adam, expressman, r. 156 ]S". 

Davidson 
Deizel Charles, expressman, r. 273 1ST. 

Liberty 
Delaney Michael, lab. r. G5 South 
Delaney Peter, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Company, r. 21 Maple 
Delaney William, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 

189 High 
Delaney William P. puddler, Relling 

Mill, r. 12 Willard 
Delany Michael, lab. 133 r. N. Noble 
Dellard Charles, upholster, C. L. Tur- 
ner & Co. 74 E. Wash. 
Delks Franklin, teamster, bds. 151 

Bluff 
Dell John, r. N. Meridian bet. 1st and 

2nd 
Dell John, shoemaker, R.. Dogget. r. 

W. of city 4 miles, on the Terre 

Haute R. R. 
Dell William, Union Hall Hotel, 139 E. 

Wash . 
Delled Charles, bds. 65 S. East 
Delleneld Meier, (Rothschilds J. & Co.) 

r. McCartv cor. Bluff rd. 
Deller C. painter, r. 184 N. Noble 
Dellert Charles, salesman, Roll & Smith, 

r. S. East 
Delles Jane, wid. James, r. 316 Ind. av. 
Delles Win. J. blacksmith, r. 316 Ind. av. 



De Long John M. cooper, bds. 314 E. 
George 

Deloss Newton, fireman, J. R. R. bds. 
31 Ind. av. 

Delvaux Eugene, stone cutter, r. 393 
S. East 

Delvaux John, machinist, D. Root & 
& Co. r. 339 S. East 

Delzell bds. 17j* Va. av. 

Delzell Hugh, livery and sale stable. 
40 E. Md. bds. Ky. av. cor. 111. 

Demars Elizabeth, wid. William, r.181 
Elizabeth S. City Hospital 

De MOTTE W, II. pres.and prin. Ind. 
Female College, cor. N. Y. and Me- 
ridian, r. same. See advertisement. 

Demmy Frank, pattern mkr. D. Root, 
r. 327 S. East 

Demmy Martin, harness mkr. Sul- 
grove, Reynolds & Co. r. 558 N. 
Miss. 

Demoss r. 23 AV. St. Joseph 

Demport John, r. 92 Si Liberty 

Demumm Geo. policeman, r. Ill Meek 

Denk Andrew, vinegar manufacturer, 
r. 183 Ind. av. 

Denmeyer Anthony, grocer, retail, ss. 
National rd. E. city limits 

Deneen Amanda Mrs. wid. John, r. 361 
N. Ala. 

Deneen James M. tailor, r. 361 N. Ala. 

Dennej- Evert W. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Denney George B. printer, W. S. Cam- 
eron & Dennev, Pearl St. r. 231 N. 
•East 

Denney Orias, carpenter, Sims & Mac- 
hett, bds. 24 W. Ga. 

Dennis Charles C. elk. Binford Bros. r. 
37 Ellsworth 

Dennis Henry C. carpenter, Warren 
Tates Factory 

Dennis James M. artist, bds. 126 Va. 
av. 

Dennis John W. elk. gen'l frgt. agt. C. 
& I. C. R. R. r. 140 Va. av. 

Dennis Peter D. brick mason, r. 26 
Buchanan 

Denny Robert, notary public and cl'm 
agt. r. 18 Bates 

Densner, Philip, operator. W. U. Tel. 
bds. 70 E. Market 

Denton Ansel B. ( Hay & Co.) r. 578 E. 
St. Clair"' 

Denton John, druggist, 578'E. St. Clair 

Denton John, student. N. W. C. Uni~ 
versitv 

Denton Kate B. bds. 36 S. N. J. 

Denton W. S. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Depair Augustus, butcher, bds. Locke 



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Derberg Frederick, wid. Christian r. 
418 S. East 

Derby Adrian, lab. r. 444 W. North 

Derby Benjamin, carpenter, bds. 122 
N. 111. 

Derby David, carpenter, bds. 122 N. 
111. 

Derick Caroline, chambermaid, Little's 
Hotel, bds. same 

Deringer David, carpenter, r. 437 N. 
Miss. 

Dermody Thos. lab. r. Sinker bet. N. J. 
and Ala. 

Dernham Max, (M. Dernham & Co.) 
r. Cin. Ohio 

DERNHAM M. & CO. (Max Dern- 
ham & Morris Griesheimer,) Dea- 
lers in Clothing and Gent's Fur- 
nishing Goods, 1 s\v. c. Wash, and 
Meridian 

Dersch John, basket mkr. r. Winston 

De Ruiter Derk, elk. Havvkes & De Rui- 
ter, bds. 81 S. 111. 

De Ruiter White, (Hawkes&De Ruiter) 
r. 515 N. Miss. 

Derval Mathew, drayman, Holland, 
Ostermeyer & Co. r. N. Davidson, 
nr. N. Y. 

Deschler John, cabinet mkr. r. rear 231 
E. Market 

DESCHLER JOSEPH, Astor saloon, 
15 N. Perm. r. 26 Clierry 

Deschler Philip, bar keeper, Astor sa- 
loon, 15 N. Penn. 

Desjardins Joseph, carpenter, Sims & 
Machett, r. 464 Va. av. 

Deslar Cecillia, r. 260 S. N. J. 

Despa Ernest, painter, r. 50 Lockerbie 

Despa W. Mrs. midwife, 50 Lockerbie 

Despo Isidore, carpenter, r. 138 Maple 

Dessar Adolph, (Dessar, Bro. & Co.) r. 
New York City • 

DESSAR, BROTHER & CO. (Adolph, 
Joseph B. and David Dessar) mnfrs. 
and whol. dealers in clothing, 60S. 
Meridian 

Dessar David, (Dessar, Bro. & Co.) r. 
174 E. Ohio 

Dessar Joseph B. (Dessar, Bro. & Co.) 
r. 213 N. 111. 

DESSAR LEO C. clothier, merchant 
tailor and gents' furnishing goods, 
60S. Meridian 

Dessar Levi, bds. Bates House 

Dessar Lewis, dealer in hats, caps, furs 
and straw goods, 8 W. Wash. r. 172 
Ohio 

De Tork L. B. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade 24K E. Washington 

De Turk Benjamin H. painter, 147 E. 
Wash. r. 149 E. Wash. 

De Turk John H. painter, bds. 149 E. 
Wash. 



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PREMIUM PUMPS, 

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Devennish Col. gas fitter, works J. W. 

Davis, r. 219 E. South 
Devennish Bell, dress mkr. 36% E. 

Wash. 
Devennish John J. r. 308 E. N. Y. 
De Vennish Samuel R. elk. r. 219 E. 

South 
De Vennish Solomon, tailor, r. 219 E. 

South 
De Vennish Solomon B. conductor, 1*. 

219 E. South 
Dever Charles, driver, Merchants' Ex- 
press, r. 140 W. Vt. 
Devers John A. elk. 25 Iowa 
Devine Wm. conductor. I. & C. R. R. 
Devine Wm. tailor, r. 160 S. Noble 
Dewald Frank, elk. S. Kahn & Bro. 

bds. Spencer House 
Dewdnev Wm. H. flour and feed, 26 Va. 

av. r. 76 W. Market 
Dewire Edward, lab. r. 343 S. Del. 
Dewuth William, bds. Neiman House 
Dexter Charles, elk. bds. John Stein's 
Deyo Jonas, carpenter, r. 145 N. Miss. 
Dibble E. M. book keeper, Cottrell & 

Knight, r. 163 Spring 
Dibble Eugene C. hostler arsenal, r. 

arsenal 
Dickens Rachel, wid. Ephraim, r. 222 

W. N. Y. 
Dicker Harriet, wid. r. 293 N. Blake 
Dickert Jacob, cabinet mkr. Cabinet 

Makers' Union, 105 E. Wash. r. 220 

N. West 
Dickeson Frank, (col'd) cook, r. alley 

bet. S. Miss, and S. Mo. nr. W. Ga. 
Dickey James B. carpenter, r. 47 

Dougherty 
Dickout Valentine G. trunk mkr. Mar- 
tin Burton, bds. N. Y. bet. Tenn. 

and Miss. 
Dickinson John C. gardener, r. Bethel 

Road 
Dickison Irvin, grocer, 638 N. Miss, r. 

same 
Dickison James L. late physician, r. 

460 Roset 
Dickison Sarah Mrs. wid George, r. 

2 Rockwood 
Dickman Andrew, carpenter, r. Kansas 
Dickman Angel Miss, elk. August Heaf, 

bds. 775 N. 111. 
Dickman Francis, r. 775 N. 111. 
Dickson Andrew, 17^ Va. av. 
Dickson Carlos (C. Dickson & Co.) r. 

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DJCKSON C. & CO. (Carlos and James 
C. Dickson ) cotton and woolen 
mnfrs. supplies, 84 W. Wash. 

Dickson James (V. Butsch & Dickson) 
r. 207 S. Tenn. 

Dickson James B. treasurer Metropoli- 
tan Theater, r. 207 S. Tenn. 

Dickson James C. (C.Dickson & Co.) r. 
222 N. 111. 

Dickson John, elk. bds. 207 S. Tenn. 

Dickson John T. elk. bds, 217 S. Tenn. 

Dickson Myron, book keeper C. Dick- 
son & Co. bds. 222 N. 111. 

Dickson Thomas M. elk. Bunte & Dick- 
son, bds. 196 N. Tenn. 

Dickson Wallace E. elk. (C. Dickson & 
Co.) bds. 222 N. 111. 

Dickson William B. (Bunte & Dick- 
son) r.196 N.Tenn. 

Dieder Ernst, shoemkr. 21 Bicldle 

Die Erste Deutsche Reformierte 
Kurche, Ala. cor. Market 

Diehel H. C. elk. frt. office C. & I. C.R. 
R.bds.73W.Md. 

DIETCH FELIX, whol. liquors, 351 E. 
Market, r. 173 E. Market 

Dieter William, r. 25 Biddle 

Dietrichs M. Mrs. milliner store, r. Me- 
ridian bet. Ga. and La. 

Dietrich William, elk. P. O. bds. 34 N. 
Del. 

Dietz Adam, surgeon, r. 116 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Dietz Charles H. constable, bds. Mr. 
Sponslers, S. Del. 

Dietz Charles L. barber, L. Young, r. 
116 Fort Wayne av. 

Dietz Ferdinand, tanner, r. 390 E. Mar- 
ket 

Dietz Frederick, saloon, 255 E. Wash, 
r. National rd. 

Dietz John A. barber, nr. P. O. r. 116 
Fort Wayne av. 

Dietz Louisa, elk. Mat. B. Hummler, 
bds. 116 Fort Wayne av. 

Dietz Peter, saloon, r. 432 W. Wash. 

Dietz Theodore, butcher, William 
Werther, bds. 358 E. N, Y. 

Dilge Charles, painter, bds. 56 N. 
Bright 

r. 



Dill IT. Clay, elk. 506 E. Wash. 
Dill James, teamster, Love & Dunn, r. 
30 W. Pratt 

Dill John P. printer, Gazette Office, 
bds. 30 W. Pratt 

Dill Josiah B. W. student, bds. Cherry 
cor. Broadway 

Dille Sarah L. wid, Israel, boarding 
house, 58 S. Penn. 

Dillan Daniel, lab. r. 61 Maple 

Dilley John, engineer, r. 57 Eddy 

Dilliner Mary Ann, wid. r.S.end Mad- 
ison av. 

Dillon Patrick, machinist, r. 30 Wil- 
lard 

Dillon Sarah Mrs. wid. Patrick, r. 30 
Willard 

Dinion William, stone cutter, Goddard 
<fc Sons, bds. S. Miss. bet. W. Ga. & 
W. Wash. 

Din John, lab. arsenal r. 292 Benson 

Dingeldey Theodore, teacher, r. 124 E. 
Md. 

Dingle Marcus, student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 

Dinner Caroline, servant, 111. House 

Dinnin Samuel, saloon, bds. 11 S. Me- 
ridian 

Dinnin Samuel E. saloon, 13 E. Pearl, 
bds. Sherman House 

Dinwiddie James M.clk.Kiefer & Vin- 
ton, bds. N. 111. bet. Market and 
Ohio 

Dippel Henry, bar keeper, Geo. Rho- 
dius, bds. 15 N. Meridian 

Dippel Henry, varnisher, Spiegel,. 
Thorns & Co. 

Dippel John, carpenter. Many & Sons,, 
r. 425 E. Vt. 

Dippel L. cabinet mkr. r. 499 Roset 

Dipple Joseph, lab. r.195 N. Noble 

Dish Gabriel, lab. r. Three Notch rd. 

Dish Lewis, lab. r. Three Notch rd. 

Dishon James, bill poster, r 223 Bu- 
chanan 

Dittrich Christian, cabinet mkr. r. 455 
E. Market 

Diver James, grocery, retail, r. 49 S- 
West 

Diver O. A. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Dix S. S. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Dixon driver, Citizens Street 

R.W. 

Dixon Geo. W. artist, W. H. Brothers,, 
"bds. Snelson House 

Dixon George W. (col'd) carpenter, r. 
225 W. Ohio 

Dixon James, student, Bryant, Strat- 

TON & Co's COMxMERClALAND BUSI- 
NESS College, Blackford's Block 



way cor. Cherry 

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Dixon James, (col'd) lab. 428 N. East 
Dixon James P. carpenter, r. 330 S 

West 
Dixon James W. dyer and scourer, 32 

N. Mo. r. 262 S. Mo. 
Dixon John, student at Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Dixon John, (col'd) lab. r. 428 N. East 
Dixon John, wks. McCord & Wheat- 
ley 
Dixon Joseph, tailor, r. 65 S. Mo. 
Dixon Malissa, wid. Eli, boarding 

house, 11 S. Miss. 
Dixon Sauiuel, (col'd) lab. r 116 Ash 
Dobbs Cyrus J. Col. bds. Sherman 

House 
Dobson Henry, molder, D. Boot & Co's 

machine works 
Dochat Gotthad, stone mason, r. 175 

Minerva 
Dockson Henry, moulder, D. Root & 

Co's bds. 26 Willard 
Dockweiler Jacob, engineer, B. Shop, 

r. 501 E. Market 
Dodd C. H. student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Dodd John W. (Judson & Dodd,) r. 214 

N. 111. 
Dodd Wm. S. elk. Judson & Dodd, r. 

214 N. 111. 
Dodds Elihu, carpenter, Sims & Maeh- 

ett, bds. N. Ala. nr. Ohio 
Dodds Henry, conductor. C. & I. R. R. 
Dodge Felix, liquor dealer, r. 173 E. 

Market 
Dodge Helen M< Miss, teacher, Indiana 

Female College 
Dodge W C. conductor I. P. & C.R. R. 
Dodson James A. engineer, T. II. & I. 

R. R. r. 157 W. South 
Dodson Joshua Maj. late lawyer, r 708 

N. Tenn. 
Doepfner Charles F. elk. Charles Cou- 

lon, r. Cumberland, bet. Ala. and 

Del. 
Doer Wm. machinist, Wash, foundry, 

r. 443 S. 111. 
Doerr George, lab. r. 249 3ST- Davidson 
Doerffely Herman, bar keeper, bds. 

Globe House 
Dogget R. H. shoe mkr. r. 119 W. Vt. 
Doherty Francis, coal dealer, r. 613 ss. 

E. National rd. 
Dohn Peter, cabinet mkr. Philip Dohn, 

r. 246 s. Meridian 
DOHN PHILIP, furniture dealer, 246 

S. Meridian, r. same 
Doles John, grocer, 54 Hosbrook, r. 

same 
Dolin R. D. bds. Union Hall 
Dolin Timothy, lab. r. 209 Buchanan 
Doll Peter, lab. Sinker & Co. 



Doltan Thomas, lab. r. 214 Buchanan 

Domon Emil,managerCalifornia House, 
184 S. 111. r. same 

Domon Jacob, bds. California House 

Domon Jacob, lab. r. 441 S. Illinois 

Domon Oliver, sawyer, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co. r. 325 E. N. Y. 

Donalan Charles, grocer, bds. 412 S. 
West 

Donaldson Claiborne S. (Donaldson & 
Alvey) r. 132 N. Ala. 

Donaldson Edwin C. elk. Donaldson & 
Alvey, 54 S. Meridian 

Donaldson Mathew, lab. r. 7th, nr. L. 
R. R. 

DONALDSON & ALVEY, (Claiborne 
S. Donaldson and James H. Alvey) 
jobbers, hats, caps, furs and straw 
goods, 54 S. Meridian 

Donavan Lawrence, lab. r. 167 Madison 
av. 

Donavan Robert, trader, r. 37 Jackson 

Donavan T. T. printer, bds. Oriental 
House 

Donavan Wm. lab. D. Root & Co.'s 
machine works 

Donaway Albert, lab. r. 167 Elm 

Donehan Peter, lab. r. 275 S. Tenn. 

Donivan John, engineer, C. & I. C. R. 
R. r. Benton nr. C. & I. C. R. R. 

Donley Barney, tanner, bds. 151 Bluff 

Donley Michael, boiler mkr. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works . 

Donnahoe Patrick, hostler, r. 14 Wil- 
lard 

Donnan Barbara, wid. David, boarding 
house, 126 N. Tenn. r. same 

Donnan Theodore, elk. Hendricks, Ed- 
mund & Co. bds 126 N. Tenn. 

Donnan W T allace, tinner, Munson & 
Johnston, r. 126 N.Tenn. 

Donneff Thomas, marble cutter, bds. 
Oriental House 

Donnell John F. traveling agt. Singer 
Manfrg Co. 50 E. Wash. r. Kokomo 

Donnell Thomas, foreman for La Dow, 
Winder & Wise, bds. Oriental 
House 

DONNELLAN CHARLES E. grocer, 
233 W. McCarty, r. same 

Donnellman Charles, student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 

Donnelly Francis, retail grocery, 347 
S. Del. r. same 

Donnelly Thomas F. plumber, Dunn & 
Karny 

Donnehoe Mary, chambermaid Bates 
House 

Donnehoe Timothy, lab. r. 534 E. Ga. 

Donneuberg William, lab. r. N. Miss. 
nr. Fourth 

Donohue James, carpenter, bds. 276 
Bluff rd. 



No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



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LEADING MUSIO HOUSE 

J. A. Butterfleld & Co., 

22 WEST WASHINGTON ST. 



Donohue Patrick, hostler Street 11. W. 

stables 
Donohue Patrick, lab. arsenal, r. E. Ga. 

nr. cor. Bates 
Donough Daniel R. elk. Union Depot, 

r. 335 S. Meridian 
Donovan Ephraim, cabinet mkr. r. 69 

Elizabeth 
Donovan James, drayman, r. 3G0 W. 

North 
Donovan John, engineer, C. & I. C. 

R.W. 
Donovan Obed, painter, r. 113 X. West 
Doolittle Joseph, cancer doctor, bds. 

239 VV. McCarty 
Doolittle Sarah W. Mrs. nurse, r. 90 N. 

Miss. 
Doran William pattern mkr. r. 21 For- 
est av. cor. Pine 
Dorbecker Jacob, barber, under Little's 

Hotel, bds. 77 ty N. J. 
Dorbecker John, barber, under Little's 

Hotel, r. 77 N. N. J. 
Doremus Albert Aicarpenter, r. 137 X. 

Noble 
Doreums George C. carriage mkr. B. 

C. Shaw, r. 485 N. Ala. 
Doren Peter, stable man, Wood & 

Foudray, bds. 16 N. Penn. 
Dorian John (John Dorian & Co.) r. 69 

S. Illinois 
Dorian John & Co. (John Dorian and 

Chas. S. Kane.) importers and job- 
bers of lush linens, 69 S. 111. 
Dorn Peter, cabinet mkr. r. Wis. nr. 

Bluff rd. ) 

Dorr William, bricklayer, r. 532 E. 

Ga. ' * 

Dorrick Christian, wagon mkr. r. 96 

S. East 
Dorrin Isaac, cook, Wm. C. Thomas, 

bds. 107 S. 111. 
Dorsey Joseph G. elk. Col. D. Gar- 
land Ross, bds. Sherman House 
Dorsey Michael, wagon mkr. r. 171 N. 

Spring 
Dorsey Robert S. (Dorsey & Layman,) 

r.'379N. Penn. 
Dorsey Sellman, elk. bds. Little's 

Hotel 
Dorsey Thos. grader, r. 166 N. Miss. 
DORSEY & LAYMAN, (Robert S. 

Dorsey & James T. Layman,^ 

Hardware & Cutlery, 64 E. Wash. 



Dorson Mary, wid. r. 334 S. Del. 

Dowlin James W. lab. r. 313 W. Mer- 
rill 

Dosenbach Catharine, servant. 94 N. 
Meridian 

Doty David, saloon keeper, 131 W. 
Wash. r. 170 W. Market 

Doty John, teamster, r. W. Indianapo- 
lis 

Doty Samuel printer, bds. 268 S. N. J. 

Doty Vinton, reamer, Osgood, Smith 
& Co's hub factory, bds. 231 S. 
Penn. 

DOTY & GRIFFIN, (David Doty and 

Timothy Griffin,) saloon, 48 S. 

Penn. 
Don Peter, student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ K. Wash. 
Doud John, lab. r. 178 Meek 
Dougherty Barnard, tanner, r. Wis. nr. 

Bluff rd. 
Dougherty Barney, porter, 13 E. 

Wash. 
Dougherty Bernard, driver, Street R. 

W. r. 126 Tenn. 
Dougherty Chas. lab. r. 333 S. Del. 
Dougherty James, lab. r. 5 Willard 
Dough ertv John, (Dougherty &Bakei) 

r. 226 E. South 
Dougherty Michael, tanner, r. Wis. 
Dougherty Morris, lab. r. 47 Benton 
Douo'herty Thomas, hostler, Street 

car stables 
Dougherty Thomas, lab. r. 15 Willard 
Dougherty Patrick, lab. Rolling Mill 

.r. 276}< S. Tenn. 
DOUGHERTY WILLIAM, sexton 

Catholic Cemetery, r. Wis. nr. Bluff 

rd. 
Dougherty William W. law student, 

Perrin & Stanton, 45 E. Wash. 
Dougherty & Baker, (John Dougherty 

and Abraham H. Baker,) grocers, 

199 Va. av. 
Doughty John G. printer, Journal Of- 
fice, r. 27 Ind. av. 

ghtv R 

42 Elm 

Douglas Abram, elk. Blackford's Block 
Douglas Benjamin, screw cutter, C. & 

I. C. R. R.shop, r. 40 Hosbrook 
Douglass George W. binder, Indianapo- 
lis Journal office, bds. 129 W. N. Y. 
Douglass Alexander W. merchant, 700 

N. Tenn. 
Douglass Andrew, lab. r. 323 S. East 
Douglass James, builder, bds. 166 E. 

Market 
Douglass James G. (Douglas & Conner) 

r. 129 W. N. Y. 
Douglass Samuel M. (Douglass & Con- 
ner,) r. 129 W. N. Y. 



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Douglass Sarah E. Mrs. wid. Win. r. 
311 N. Ala. 

DOUGLASS & CONNER, (Samuel M. 
Douglass, James G Douglass, and 
Alexander H. Conner,) proprietors 
Daily Journal, Circle ne. cor. 
Market 

Dove David M. carpenter, r. 120 E. N. 

Dow Eli S. (Dow & Allen) r. 107 N. 

Noble 
DOW & ALLEN, (Eli S. Dow and 

Austin W. Allen.) hosiery factory, 

and agts. Lamb's knitting machine, 

84 E. Market 
Dowd John, lab. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Dovvden B. II. night elk. Oriental 

House 
Dowell John, lottery dealer, r.27 Ky. 

av. 
Dowli ng William, publisher, r. 488 N. 

Miss. 
Dowlinger Michael, stone cutter, arse 

nal, r. nr. arsenal 
Downey James E. '.Downey & Brouse,) 

bds. 162 N. N. J. 
Downey John, marble worker, r. 277 

E.Ga. 
Downey Matthew, r. Three Notch rd. 
Downey Melissa E. wid. George, r. 241 

Va. av. 
Downey Michael, stone cutter, r. 30 

John 
Downey Robert, r. 92 E. Market 
DOWNEY & BROUSE, (James E. 

Downey and Charles W. Brouse,) 

steam b»ok and job printers, and 

publishers. 27 S. Meridian 
Downing Clarrissa A. wid. William W. 

r. 58 Huron 
Downing John, stone cutter, r. 277 E. 

George 
Downing Nancy Miss, servant, 372 Va. 

av. 
Downs Thomas, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 52 

Maple 
Doxey Edward D. traveling agt. May- 
hew & Branham, bds. Sherman 

House 
Doyle Edward, lab. r. Sinker, bet. N. 

J. and Ala. 
Doyle Frank A. dry goods, r. 376 N. 

Term. 
Doyle Mary, dress and cloak mkr. Scott 

& Mitchell, bds. 11 Circle 
Dozier Charles, student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Drain Geo. C. conductor, I. & C. R. R. 
Drake Jas. E. pump mkr. r. 237 Huron 
Drake Samuel, (col'd) lab. bds. 75 4th 
Drake Thomas, (Dane & Drake) r. 

Huron, Fletcher's addition 
Draper Asa, conductor, Street R. W. 

bds. Macy House 

Shurtleff & Macauley's, ITo. 



ADAM HELM, 

Carpenter and Joiner, 

296 North Liherty St, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Draper James N. engineer, Draper & 

Cochran, r. 209 Draper 
Draper J. N. carpenter, Sinker & Co. 
Draper Joseph F. (Draper & Cochran) 

r. 209 Draper 
Draper Joseph M. pattern mkr. 203 S. 

Ala, 
Draper Thomas E. dravman, Connelly, 

Wiles & Co. r. 300 S. East 
DRAPER & COCHRAN, (Joseph F. 

Draper and Andrew J. Cochran) 

sash and doors, 209 Ky. av. 
Dreher Mathias, dry goods, r. Wabash 

al. near N. J. 
Dreher & Miller, (Mathias Dreher and 

Henry W. Miller) retail dry goods, 

248 E. Wash. 
Drew John A. (Sullivan & Drew) r. 88 

Mass. av. 
Drew Samuel W. (S. W. Drew & Co.) 

bds. Pyle House 
DREW S. W. & CO. (Samuel W. Drew 

and Philip Saver) carriage mnfrs. 

ns. of E. Market square 
Driertin L. carriage mkr. 26 E. Ga. 
Driftmeyer Henrv, street sprinkler, r. 

176 S.Noble " 
Driggs Nathaniel S. elk. Browning & 

Sloan, bds. Oriental House 
Drinkont Win. C. C. &I. R. R. r. 113 S. 

Noble 
Driscoll N. W. Hoosier Woolen Mills, 

bds. 297 W. Wash. 
Driscoll Jeremiah, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. r. 26 Willard 
Driskell John, carpenter, McKernon & 

Pierce, bds. 20 Willard 
Driskell Win. lab. bds. 11 Dacotah 
Dritch Joseph, liquors, r. 85 N. Ala. 
Drotz Emil, file mkr. r. 158 S. Penn. 
DROTZ & STEINHAUER, (E. Drotz 

and M. Steinhauer) tile mnfrs. 136 

S. Penn. 
Drought John, lab. r. 109 Elm 
Drum Elizabeth, wid. Chas. r. 500 K 

West 
Drum George, carpenter, r. 194 Va. 

av. 
Drum Robert J. salesman, r. 156 Hu- 
ron 
Drum William H. boarding house, 424 

Va. av. r.same 
Drummond Hugh J. baker, Thomp- 
son's Bakery, bds. 12 S. Meridian 

13 West Maryland Street. 



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STECK PIANOS, 

IN GREAT VARIETY AT 

BUTTERFIELD & CO.'S, 

22 West Washington St. 



Drummond Robert O. student Bry- 
ant, Stratton & Co.'s Commer- 
cial and Business College, 
Blackford's Block 

Dryer Peter, blacksmith, bds. 240 S. 
Del. 

Dubuque Win. patent agt. bds. 14 S. 
Miss. 

Duchene Charles, bakery, 114 S. 111. r. 
same 

Ducker Laura, vvid. John B. r. 21 N. 
N.J. 

Dudley F. bds. 73 X. 111. 

Duell Thomas AV. engineer, Wish- 
mier's Mill, r. 235 N. Davidson 

Dufty Bridget, servant, 351 N. Ill 

Duffy James, lab. r. 43 Ellsworth 

Dufty John, gas fitter, J. W. Davis, 
bds. Ray House 

Duffy John, tailor, r. 57 S. Cal. 

Duffy Joseph, mach. bds. E. Ohio, Kee- 
ly s Row 

Duffy Michael, tailor, r. Keeley's ad- 
dition 

Dugged Frank, (col'd) barber, Hill & 
Carter, Mo. bet. Mich, and North 

Dugan Henry, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 

Dugan Neal, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. r. 60 
Oak 

Dugan Peter, bds. Collins House 

Dugan Thomas, shoe maker, r. 305 S. 
Peim. 

Dugan Win. Rolling Mill, bds. 75 E. 
McCarty 

Duhamel Julia, Mrs. wid. Edward, r. 
Dacotah 

Dulbecker John, barber, r. 77 N. N. J. 

Dull Chas. C. carpenter, r. 233 N. West 

Dull Sarah E. r. 233 N. West 

Dumont Ebenezer, Congressman, r. 
Three Notch rd. 

Dunbar Sarah, wid. Melzar, r. 254 S. 
Penn. 

Dunbar John, messenger Adams Ex- 
press Co. 12 E. Wash. 

Dunbar Sarah, wid. Metzer, r. 254 S. 
Penn. 

Duncan Daniel D. salesman, William 
H. Thomas, r. 502 N. 111. 

Duncan David W. carpenter, bds. 374 
N. West 

Duncan James R. plasterer, bds. 374 N. 
West 



Duncan John, bricklayer, arsenal, r. 
North bet. Noble and Winston 

Duncan John W. student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Duncan N. Mrs. milliner and Bleach- 
ing, 42G E. North, r. same 

Duncan Robert, huckster, r. 352 Ind. av. 

DUNCAN ROBERT B. lawyer and 

notary public, 3 Brown's Block, r. 

Fall Creek gravel rd. 
Duncan Robert P. book keeper, C. E. 

Geisendorff & Co. r. Fort Wayne av. 
Duncan Robert, machinist, bds. 1 Vine 
Dunham J. M. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Dunlap Franklin, carpenter, bds. 35 

Ind. av. 
Dunlap Joshua B. (col'd) grocer, r. 190 

N. Mo. 
Dunlap Livingston Mrs. r. 25 Va. av. 
Dunlap William (col'd) waiter Bates 

House 
Dunlevy Patrick, lab. bds. 65 S. Cal. 
Dunlee Charles, driver Adams Express 

Co. 12 E. Wash. r. 276 Bluff rd. 
Dunlop John, r. 297 N. Meridian 
Dunlop John S. (J. S. Dunlop & Co.) 

r. 288 N. Penn. 
Dunlop Joshua B. (col'd) grocer, 174 

Ind. av. r. 190 N. Mo. 
DUNLOP J. S. & Co. (John S. Dunlop 

and Thomas A. Goodwin) general 

insurance agts. 16 N. Meridian 
Dunlop Samuel H. student N. W. C. 

University 
Dunmneyer Charles, elk. r. 310 E. 

George 
Dunmeyer Christian, boarding house, 

S. 111. bet. Merrill & South 
Dunmier Charles (W. Cook & Co.) r. 

Ga.bet Liberty & Noble 
Dunmore Edward, cutter, r. 324 E. 

N.Y. 
Dunn Edward, heater, r. 275 S. Penn. 
Dunn George W. clerk, bds. 52 N. 

Penn. 
Dunn Henry, r. 261 N. Miss. 
Dunn Jacob P. (Dunn & Love) notary 

public, r. 410 N. Tenn. 
Dunn James, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill. 
Dunn James T. (J. T. Dunn & Co.) r. 

177 N. Tenn. 
Dunn John, (Dunn & Conkiin,) r. Miss. 
Dunn John C. [Dunn & Kara y,] r. 544 

N. Miss. 
Dunn John E. salesman, 63 W. Wash. 

r. 461 N. East 
DUNN J. T. & CO. [James T. Dunn & 

Alden C. Harvey.] Real Estate 

Brokers, 39 W. Wash. 



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Dunn Loughlin, finisher in woolen 

factory, r. W. Wash. 
Dunn Margaret. [Dunn & Franco,] r. 

77 S. Miss. 
Dunn Peter, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill Co. 
Dunn R. C. bds. Macy House 
Dunn Wm. elk. r. 77 S. Miss. 
Dunn Wm. fireman, C. & I. C. R. R. 
Dunn Wm. A. porter, State Library 
Dunn & Conklin, [John Dunn & John 

Conklin,] saloon, Ind. av. nr. c. N. 

Tenn. 
DUNN & FRANCO, [Margaret E. 

Dunn & Sarah Franco,] Millinery, 

56 N. 111. 
DUNN & KARNY, [John C. Dunn 

& John Karny,] Plumbers, Gas 

and Steam Fitters, 70 N. 111. 
DUNN & LOVE, [Jacob P. Dunn & 

Wm. Love,] Wood Yard, 500 E, 

Wash. 
Dunnavan Dennis, plasterer, Arsenal 

bds. nr. Arsenal 
Dunning Robert P. bds. 104 N. Gal. 
Dunning Thomas, carpente. - , [Byrkit 

& Sons,) bds. Tenn. nr. Ind. av. 
Dunnington N. W. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Dunzelman Henry, piano mkr. bds. 

California House 
Durbin David S. bds. 520 N. 111. 
Durfee Wm. R. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Durfeld John F. (J. W. Blake & Co.) 

bds. ws. Va. nr. Wash. 
Durham Geo. mason, r. 200 E. Ohio 
Durham Howard E. cigar mkr. Geo. 

F. Meyer & Co. r. 26 N. Md. 
Durie David II. switchman, T. H. & 

I. R. R. Co. r. 446 W. South 
Dury John, elk. E. H. Mayo & Co. r. 

184 Mass. av. 
Dusner Phillip, operator. Western 

Union Tel. bds. 70 E. Market 
Dutch Evangelical Church, es. N. J. 

bet. Market and Ohio 
Duthie James, railroader, r. 31 Pine 
Dutton George, blksmith, gas works. 

r. 476 S. 111. 
Duvall David C. salesman, r.159 N. 111. 
Duvall Joseph P. policeman, r. 260 Ma- 
dison av. 
Duvall Sarah, wid. Joseph, r. 337 S. 

Ala. 
Duwalt Matthew, drayman, r. 140 N. 

Davidson 
Duzan James II. printer, bds. 372 E. 

N.Y. 
Duzan William H. cab. mkr. Charles 

Williams, r. 72 W. Wash. 
Duzan W. A. physician, r.418 N. Tenn. 



Dwyer Michael W. lab. Indianapolis 

Agricultural Works, r. al. bet. Ga. 

and Md. and West and Mo. 
Dwyer Thomas, lab. r. 36 Bicklng 
Dwyer Wm. shoe mkr. E. H. Mayo & 

Co. r. 50 Wyoming 
Dyle Ann, wid. Lawrence, r. 229 S. 

West 

DYE & HARRIS, [John T. Dye & 
Addison C. Harris,] Lawyers, Of- 
fice 4 and 5 Talbott & News' Block 

Dye John T. [Dye & Harris] r. Bethel 
rcl. 

Dynn William A. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Dynes Leonidas G. prop'r Good Tem- 
plar and Temperance Journal r. 38 
Orient nr. Deaf and Dumb Asy- 
lum 

EADES JAMES M. delivery, elk. P. 
O. bds. 149 S. East 
Eagle J. H. & Son, (John H. Eagle and 
John D. Eagle,) grocers cor. Fort 
Wayne av. and Del. 
Eagle John D. (John H.Eagle & Son,) 

r. cor. Fort Wayne av. and Del. 

Eagle John H. (John H. Eagle & Son,; 

r. cor. Fort Wayne av. and Del. 

EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, S. Me- 
ridian cor. La. 

Eagle William H. H. printer, r. cor. 
Fort Wayne av. and Del. 

Ealey Alfred, carpenter, r. N. Miss, cor 
1st 

Earhart William, blacksmith, John 
Hitchens r. N. Tenn. nr Ind. av. 

Earl George G. money receiving elk. 
Amer. and LT. S. Express Co's. 34 
E. Wash. r. 339 N. Penn. 

Earl S. Osgood, Smith & Co's, hub fac- 
tory, 230 S. 111. 

Earl e John K. night elk. Bates House 

Earley Nancy M. Mrs. wid. bds. Snel- 
son House 

Earlef Samuel, (col'd) porter, Rock- 
well & Sons, bds. 6 La. 

Earley William A. elk. r. 42 l\y. av. 

Earley Thomas, lab. r. 520 S. 111. 

Earley Thomas, lab. r. 67 Hosbrook 

Earley Thomas, wood sawver, Young, 
Kemper & Co's, 262 S. 111. 

Earley William, elk. John Tarlton, 74 
N. 111. 

Earnshaw Frank, cabinet mkr. r. 257 
S. Penn. 

Earnshaw Joseph, cabinet mkr. r. 257 
S. Penn. 

East Market Space, bet. Del. and Ala. 
and Ohio and Market 



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Approaches the nearest perfection of 

ANY R EED INSTRU MENT, 

BTJTTERFIELD & Co., Agents. 



East James II. (East & Ilutton) r. 430 

N. Miss. 
EAST & HUTTON, (James II. East 

and Edward L. Hutton,) grocers, 

94 N. 111. 
Eaton Richard, r. 213 W. Market 
Eberhart John, carpenter, r. S. West 
Eberhart George, master cabinet shop, 

De;if and Dumb Asylum 
Ebert John, (Bristor & Ebert) r. 209 

W. South 
Ebert John, elk. bds. California House 
Eberts John, elk. II. II. Lee, bds. 178 S. 

111. 
Eccles Wm. salesman, G3 W. Wash. r. 

244 1ST. 111. 
Echols William S. conductor, B. R. R. 

r. 229 N. Winston 
Eck Joseph. Rolling Mill, r. op. 428 S. 

Mo. 
Eck Mary A. milliner, 149 W. Wash. r. 

same 
Eck Mollie, milliner, bds. 14 S. Miss. 
Eckles Harrison II. carpenter, bds. 149 

S. East 
Eckles William, elk. r. 244 N. 111. 
Ecles Joseph, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Edds Darwin D. (Kirkpatrick & Edds) 

bds. Spencer House 
Eddy Morris R. book keeper, Indiana 

National Bank.bds.182 N. Meridian 
Eden Asa. brick mason, r. 645 N. Tenn. 
Eden Charlton, [Hunt & Eden] 79 E. 

Market 
Eden C. & Co. [Charlton Eden and 

Henry Nolan] sash, doors and 

blinds. 67 E. Market 
Eden Samuel C. with Hunt & Eden, r. 

87 N. N. J. 
Edmonds George, student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Edmonds John, elk. W. & H. Glenn, 

bds. 350 N. Meridian 
Edmonds Wm. shoe store, r. 340 N. 

Meridian 
Edson Hartford A. pastor Second Pres- 
byterian Church, bds. 167 N. Tenn. 
Edward Frederick, lab. F. Farmer, bds. 

190 N. West 
Edwards Wm. T. student N. W. C. 

University 
Edwards Dav'id, blacksmith, bds. 69 W. 

Market 

Magazines Bound in any styl 



Edwards Edward, harness mkr. 172 

Bluff, r. 61 S. Penn. 
Edwards John, (col'd) plasterer, r. 31 

Harris, nr. City Hospital 
Edwards John G. turner, bds. 62 S. 

Penn. 
Edwards John J. saddler, r. 384 S. Mo. 
Edwards John, turner, bds. 60 S. Penn. 
Edwards Martha, wid. John, boarding 

house, 60 S. Penn. r. same 
EDWARDS RICHARD, (Edwards & 
Boyd) dicectory publisher, 16)£ E. 
Wash. 
Edwards Robert, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Edwards Wesley, wagon mkr. r. 8th,. 

W.ofL. R. R. 
Edwards Wm. lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill Co. 
Edwards Wm.B. cattle broker, 60 Penn. 
Edwards Wm. B. mach.bds.94N. Tenn.. 
Edwards William G. sawyer, Helwig,. 

Roberts & Co. 
Edwards Wm. T. mach. r. 384 S. Mo. 
EDWARDS & BOYD (Richard Ed- 
wards & Wm. II Boyd) publishers 
of directories. 1Q% E. Wash. 
Edvvardson Andrew, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Edwert Andrew, lab. Rolling Mill bds. 

302 S. West 
Eftinger John, shoemkr. bds. Union. 

House 
Egalus Frederick, cabinet mkr. Spie- 
gel. Thorns &Co. 
Egnn Catherine, wid. John, r. 55 Faj r - 

ette 
Egan John, conductor, I. & C. R. R. 
Egan Patrick, lab. r. 52 Fayette 
Egarton Charles, bar keeper, Monnin- 

ger, bds. 386 N. Tenn. 
Egbert T. II. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Egerton Charles, r. 20 Ky. av. 
Egger John, painter, r. 291 E. Ohio 
Eggert William (Burnham & Eggert) 

38 W. Market 
Eglus Frederick, carpenter, r. 130 N. 

Noble 
Ehlenger Jacob, tanner, r. Kansas 
Ehrensperger Frank, salesman, Rajv 

Mayhew & Co. r. 266 N. East 
Ehrich* Frederick, soap mkr. r. 3 Hos- 

brook 
Eibell Francis S. B. book binder. 
Shurtleff & Macauley, bds. Snelson 
House 
Eibell Joseph, book binder, Shurtleff & 

Macauley, bds. Snelson House 
Eichholz August, cigar mkr. bds. 60* 

S. Delaware 
Eicholac A. bds. 60 S. Delaware 
Eicholac F. bds. 60 S. Delaware 
Einhaus Christian, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill 

e by Shurtleff & Macauley, 



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Eirisli Adam, works Cottrell & Knight 
Elbreg George (Wright & Elbreg) bds. 

Snelson House 
Eldah August, shoemkr. r. 581 E. 

Wash. 
Elder Eli A. (Elder & Ripley) r. 133 

W.N.Y. 
Elder John, r. 150 1ST. X. J. 
Elder William G. collector carriers' 

route, Herald office 
ELDER & RIPLEY (Eli A. Elder & 

William J. Ripley) grocer, 49 N. 

Eldridge Isaac, mess. A. & U. S. Ex. 

Co's, bds. 394 Va. av. 
Eldridge Jacob, [Eldridge & McCon- 

nell,] r. Jack House 
ELDRIDGE & McCONNELL, [Jacob 

Eldridge & Wm. L. McConnell,] 

Real Estate Agents, 33^ N. 111. 
Elff Frank, barber, 135 S. 111. r. 237 S. 

N.J. 
Elinger Jacob, lab. L.F. Lannay & Co. 

r. opp. Underbill's Mills 
Ellenbogen Elias M. with Moritz, Bro. 

& Co. r. 15 E. Wash. 
Ellen wood A. K. [John McKeehan & 

Co.] bds. Macy House 
Ellerby James, physician, r. 72 E. Md. 
Elliott Byron K. [Elliott & Black.] 

r. 22 N. Cal. 
Elliott C. conductor, Jeff. R, R, 
Elliott Calvin A. [Elliott, Ryan & Co.] 

r. 180 N. West 
Elliott D. D. groceries and provisions 

retail, 186 W. Wash. r. 127 S. N. J. 
Elliott E. C. elk. bds. Hamilton House 
Elliott Frank, carpenter, r. 68 Vine 
Elliott Geo. K. carpenter, r. 214 P. R. 

R. 
Elliott Henry, conductor, I. & C. R. R. 
Elliott James, r. 322 N. 111. 
Elliott John, porter, bds. Snelson 

House 
Elliott John, conductor, I. & C. R. R. 
Elliott Jonathan, Deputy Sheriff Ma- 
rion Co. r. 77 1ST. Noble 
Elliott Joseph T. elk. Co. Recorders 

office, r. 183 E. Ohio 
Elliott J. Perry photographer, 8 E. 

Wash. r. 293 N. Del. 
Elliott Mary E. pho. printer, r. 293 N. 

Del. 
Elliott N. K. conductor, C. & I. R. R. 
Elliott Russell, paymaster, B. R. R. r. 

227 S. N. J. 
ELLIOTT, RYAN & CO. (Calvin A. 

Elliott, James B. & Thos. F. Ryan,) 

wholesale grocers and liquors, 48 S. 

Meridian 
Elliott Samuel, teamster, r. 293 Ya. av. 
Elliott Samuel E. elk. Elliott & Bless- 
ing, bds. 39 Ya. av. 
Elliott Samuel W. (Elliott & Blessing,) 

r. 172 N. N. J. 



Elliott Thomas B. produce dealer, r. c. 

Mich, and Patterson 
Elliott William, D. elk. Co. Recorder's 

office, r. 183 E. Ohio 
Elliott William J. County Recorder, 

r. 183 E. Ohio 
Elliott William S. P. O. elk. bds. 262 

X. East 

ELLIOTT & BLACK, (Byron K. El- 
liott and James B. Black,) Law- 
yers 24K E- Wash. 

ELLIOTT & BLESSING, (Samuel W. 
Elliott and John Blessing,) dry 
goods, 74 E. Wash. 

Ellis A. bds. Neiman House 

Ellis Andrew, student at Bryant 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 

Ellis Henry, carpenter r. 284 N. N. J. 

Ellis James, (col'd) lab. r. R. I. se. city 
hospital 

Ellis Jesse W. elk. bds. Commercial 

Hotel 
Ellis Thomas, moulder, Sinker & Co. 

r. 35 Bradshaw 
Ellins Cornelius H. engineer, I. & B. 

R. R. bds. 78 Beuton 
Ellsworth Westley, bds. National rd. 

E. city limits 
Elmer John W. elk. Daily, Senour & 

Co. r. 192 E. McCarty 
Elmore Thomas, (col'd) cooper, bds. 75 

4th 
Elmore T. lab. Osgood Smith & Co's. 

Hub Factory, 230 S. 111. 
Elms Charles H. engineer B. R. R. r. 

180 N. Noble 
Elstrod Henry, cabinet mkr. Cabinet 

Maker's Union, 105 E. Wash. 
Elstun John W. student. Merit Wells, 

4 Yohn's Block 
Elstun W. J. phvsician & surgeon 304 

N, 111. 
Eltzroth John, confectioner, 59 N. 111. 

bds. same 
Elvin Gardner W. brakeman, P. R. R. 

r. S. end East 
Ely J. C. student Gregory's National 

Business College of Trade, 24J^ 

E. Wash. 
Ely Joseph W. carpenter, r. 649 N. 

Tenn. 
Embers Thomas, (col'd) barber, Wil- 
liam M. Porter, r.201 Minerva 
Emerson Alph D. grocer, 714 N. Tenn. 

r. Tenn. cor. Fourth 



EMERSON, BEAM & THOMPSON, 
(Kosswell B. Emerson, David 
Beam and Eli Thompson) doors, 
sash and blind mnfr. 225 and 229 
W. Market 
No. 13 West Maryland'street. 



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BUTTERFIELD & Co., Agrts. 



Emerson John B. student. N. "VV. C. 

University 
Emerson John B. carpenter, Emerson, 

Beam & Thompson bds. 239 W. 

Market 
Emerson Rosswell B. (Emerson, Beam 

& Thompson) r.239 W, Market 
Emison W. student, Bryant Stratton 

and Co's. Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Meridian se. cor. 

Wash. 
Emmaly Mix, painter, r. 143 S. N. J. 
Emmerich Henry, [Jacob Becker & 

Co.) clothing store, r. 224 W. Md. 
Emmett Robert, lab. Root & Co's 

foundry, r. 82 E. South 
Emmons Araminta, vvid. Wm. r. 406 S. 

Tenn. 
Emmons Wm. marble cutter, A. J. 

Wilson, bds. 70 N. Liberty 
Emrich Andrew, [Emrich, Krause & 

Co.Jbds. 274 E. Wash. 
Emrich Henry, [Emrich, Krause & Co.] 

r. 274 E. Wash. 
EMRICH, KRAUSE & CO. [Andrew 

Emrich, R. Krause and Henry 

Emrich,] Stoves and Tinware, 274 

E. Wash. 
Emslie John A. elk. Ind. Fire Ins. Co. 

r. 23 Madison av. 
Emslie John A. elk. Gottlieb Wach- 

stetter, bds. 13 Madison av. 
Ender Annie Maiy, wid. Herman, r. 

327 S. Penn. 
Enders Charles, teamster. Emerson, 

Beam & Thompson, bds. 227 W. 

Market 
Endicott John W. [col'd] whitewasher, 

r. 182 Douglas 
End re John, harness mkr. r. 326 E. 3ST- 

Y. 
Engel John, carpenter, r. 97 Bates 

Engelhite William, shoe mkr. r. 315 E. 

Ohio 
Engelkin Wm. lab. r. 208 Union 
Enggass H. tailor, r. 270 S. Del. 
England George, carpenter, r. 226 W. 

N. Y. 
Engle Geo. B. Rev. r. 287 E. Market 
Engle Geo . B. jr., elk. freight office, 

T. H. & I. R. R. Co. bds. 287 E. 

Market 



Engle Jacob, lab. r. 121 Spring 
Engle Willis D. elk. T. H. & I. R. R. 
Co. bds. 287 E. Market 

Engelbach Herman, book stand, c. 
Meridian & Wash. r. Blackford's 
Block 

Engleking Frederick, teamster, V. 
Butsch & Dickson, r.143 Bluff rd. 

Engleking Wm. teamster, V. Butsch & 
Dickson, 27 E. Ga. 

English David W. printer, Gazette 
Office, r. 181 N. Blake 

English Elisha G. vice president, Citi- 
zens Street R. W. 9 Circle 

English Frank, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 

English George K. carpenter, r. 64 E. 
Buchanan 

English John, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 

English Lutheran Church, Alabama, 
cor. N. Y. 

English Orlando, printer, Daily Even- 
ing Gazette, r. 181 N. Blake 

ENGLISH WILLIAM II. pres. First 
National Bank of Indianapolis, r. 
48 W. Circle 

English Willie, messenger First Na- 
tional Bank, bds. 48 Circle 

Enners Louis (Gardner & Enners) 
butcher, r. 367 N. Noble 

Enners William (Geisel & Enners) r. 
369 N. Noble 

Enoch Minnie Miss, student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Meridian se. c. 
Wash. 

Enos Benjamin W. carpenter, r. 397 N. 
Ala. 

Enos Robert C. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Enos Robert C. carpenter, r. 397 N. 
Meridian 

Enos Trovillo H. K. druggist, with 
Browning & Sloan, r. 337 N. Tenn. 

Enton Kauffman, peddler, r. 136 W. 
Mich. 

Enwall Benjamin, saloon keeper, r. 326 
W. Wash. 

Enyart Elizabeth, wid. Louis, board- 
ing house, 18 S. Miss. r. same 

Eppert Francis P. teamster, r. 295 N. 
Ala. 

Epple L. cabinet mkr. Spiegel, Thorns 
&Co. 

EQUITABLE FIRE INSURANCE 
CO. OF INDIANAPOLIS, 4 Odd 
Fellows Hall 



Blank Books for Merchants, at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



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Erard Joseph, stone cutter, Dels. 272 S. 
Mo. 

Erb Solomon, cooper, Win. Baird, r. 
W. Indianapolis 

Erdemever F. (A. Metzner & Co.) r. 91 
E. Wash. 

Erie Transportation Company, Wil- 
liam T. Clark, agt. 94 Va. av. 

Ernst Charles, printer, bds. Illinois 
House 

Ernst Frederick, expressman, r. 137 
Union 

Ervin Cornelius A. "brick mkr. r. 62 
Bicking 

Ervin Thomas, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill, r. 37 Henry 

Ervin S. M. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Esau John, cigar mkr. r. S. 111. 

Eschmeier Henry, pastor German Re- 
formed Church, r. 41 N. Ala. 

Esemann Joseph, lab. r. 340 Madison 
av. 

Eska Christian, lab. r. 427 Va. av. 

Espy Margaret F. wid. George, r. 704 
N.I11. 

Essike August, butcher, bds. Globe 
House 

Essike Richard, meat market, 170 S. 111. 
r. 306 S. 111. 

Essman Wm. Illinois House, 199 S. 111. 

Estabrook Warren D. blacksmith, In- 
dianapolis Agricultural Works, r. 
424 S. Term. 

Etherton Samuel, carpenter, r. 23 Cen- 
tre 

Ethell Wm. G. salesman, Pee, Concluitt 
& Co. r. Muncie, Ind. 

Etlaman Charles, expressman, r. Madi- 
son rd. nr. Nebraska 

Etsler Theophilus, brick mason, bds. 
372 N. East 

Ettinger Gustav, r. 293 Ky. av. 

Euller Margaret, wid. Philip, r. 232 P. 
R.R. 

Eurich John L. saloon, 17 N. 111. r. 
Madison rd. outside city limits 

Eurich Joseph, bar keeper, John L. 
Eurich, bds. 71 Bluff' rd. 

Evans Adolphus G. salesman, Evans & 
Brown, bds. Pyle House 

Evans Andrew, (Evans & Rice) r. 72 
W. Md. 

Evans Charles, fireman, I. & C. R. R. 
bds. 78 Benton 

Evans Eliza A. dressmkr. r. 25 Lord 

Evans Frank A. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Evans G. (col'd) waiter, Bates House 

Evans George, wiper, I. & C. R. R. 
shops 

Evans George A. book keeper, Evans 
& Brown, bds. Spencer House 



ADAM HELM, 

Contractor for Buildings, 

296 North Liberty St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Evans George E. machinist, Singer 

Manufacturing Co. r. 268 E. St. 

Clair 
Evans George P. oil mill, r. 548 N". 

Meridian 
Evans George S. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.\s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Evans George T. (I. P. Evans & Co.) r. 

548 N. Meridian 
Evans Henry W. carpenter, I. & C. R. 

R. shops, r. 25 Lord 
Evans Isaac P. (I. P. Evans & Co.) r. 

Richmond, Ind. 
EVANS I. P. & CO. (Isaac P. and Wm. 

R. and George T. and Joseph R. 

Evans) linseed oil mnfrs. 124 S. Del. 
Evans John, blacksmith, Rolling Mill, 

r, 87 Ann 
Evans John, shoe mkr. r. al. bet. Mo. 

and Miss. nr. Rolling Mill 
Evans John D. (Evans & Brown) bds. 

Sherman House 
Evans John J. shoe mkr. L. Siersdorfer 
Evans Joseph R. (I. P. Evans & Co.) 

r. 324 N. Ala. 
Evans Levi, Rev. (col'd) Pastor African 

M. E. Church r. 225 N. Tenn. 
Evans Lucinda, wid. Edward r. 239 S. 

Ala. 
EVANS, MAYO & CO. (William N. 

Evans, Edward H. Mayo and Mark 

W. Goss) boots and shoes, 127 S. 

Meridian 
Evans Robert, brick layer, r. 476 N. 

Meridian 
Evans Samuel (col'd) shoemaker, bds. 

207 W. North 
Evans Thomas, brick mason, r. 496 N. 

Miss. 
Evans Thomas, Rev. Pastor, United 

Brethren, r. 166 N. Liberty 
Evans William, brick layer, r. 674 NT. 

Miss. 
Evans Wm. II. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24 E. Wash. 
Evans William N. (Evans, Mayo & Co.) 

r. Tipton 
Evans William R. ( I. P- Evans & Co.) 

r. 367 N. N. J. 
EVANS & BROWN. ( John D. Evans 

and Daniel R. Brown) notions and 

white goods, 75 S. Meridian 



No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



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APPLY TO 

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EVANS & RICE, (Andrew Evans and 
George Rice) pump makers 19 N. 
Ala. 

Evarts E. Osgood Smith & Co.'s Hub 
Factory, 230 S. Ill; 

Everliug Mary, vvid. John, r. 29 Ells- 
worth 

Everest Samuel A. machinest, Sinker's 
foundry, bds 3S3 N. Ala 

Everetts Everett, lab Smith and Os- 
good, r. 175 Union 

Ewald* Henry* (Youngerman and 
Ewald) r. 12S St. Joseph 

Ewan Albert, Porter Adams Express, 
Union Depot 

Ewan O. A. bds. California House 

Ewick J. W. student at Bryant Strat- 

ton & Co's. Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Ewing David, (Ewing and Miisgrave 

bds. 74 N. Penn. 
Ewing David, physician, 33 Vafav. r. 

same 
Ewing Hellen M. r.154 Huron 
Ewing John S. tailor, r. 76 Ind. av. 
Ewing Nettie, r. 154 Huron 
EWING & MUSGRAVE, (David 

Ewing and Philip D Musgrave) 

physcians and Surgeon's, 33 V*a. av. 
Eymann John Henry, shoe mkr. 74 E- 

Market r. 223 W. Wash. 

Evster Elizabeth, teacher, 440 W. 
Wash. 



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ABER Augustus, grocer retail and 

salooon, r. W. Indianapolis 
Faber Bernhard, elk. Louis Lang, bds. 

182 S. Meridian 
Faery John, brick mason, r. 477 N. 

East 
Fagan John, vard master, l. C. R. R. 

r. 226 E. Merrill 
Fahle Henry, engineer, Washington 

Foundry, r. 127 E. Merrill 
Fahnestock P. A. bds. 72 S. Miss. 
Fahnley Frederick, (Stiles, Fahnley 

& McCrea) r. 331 Va. av. 



Fahrbach George P. plasterer, r. 
S.N. J. 



230 



FAHRBACH, & CO. (Philip Fahrbach 
and Frederick Reitsinger) Wash- 
ington Hall Saloon 78 and 80 W. 
Wash. 

Fahrbach Philip (P. Fahrbach & Co.) 

r. 62 W. South 
Fahrion Christian, cabinet mkr. r. 

Liberty nr. N. Noble 
Fahrion George, (Fahrion & Otto) r 

92 E. South 
FAHRION & OTTO (George Fahrion 

and Philip Otto) Com. Merchants 

92 E. South 
Fairbank Andrew carpenter, bds. 228 

S. N. J. 
Fairbind William, printer, bds. 73 E. 

Penn. 
Failing Henry, engineer, bds. 264 S. 

Noble 
Falknibing AV. S. student at Bryant 

Stratton & Co's. Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Fall Thomas, stone mason, bds. W. 

Indianapolis 
Fallon John S. lab. Indiana Female 

College, Meridian sw. cor. N. Y. 
Fara John J. Soldier r. U. S. Arsenal 
Faries Milton H. carpenter, r. 763 N. 

Miss. 
FAREY THOMAS, saw, manfr. 136 S. 

Penn. r. same 
Farmer A., lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill 
Farmer Albert N. w r orks Rolling Mill, 

r. 290 Madison av. 
Farmer Frank, stoneyard on lot cor. 

'Ky. av. and Miss. bds. 30 Ky. av. 
Farmer Jerome B. lightning rods, r. 

290 Madison av. 
Farmer John H. stone cutter, F. Far- 
mer bds. 23 Ky. av. 
Farmer Lestic P. elk. ticket office, B. 

R. W. bds. 18 E. Mich. 
FARMERS & MERCHANTS INSU- 
RANCE CO. of Indianapolis, 6 

Black fords Block 
Farnsworth Charles O. local editor, 

Daily Telegraph r. 246 N. East 
Farnsworth Frank P. student, Greg- 
ory's National Business Col- 
lege of Trade. 24)£ E. Wash. 
Farnsworth Theodore H. physician, 

21^4 W. Md. r. same 
Farnsworth Thomas, (Farnsworth &, 

Huntley,) r.431N.Tenn. 
F A R N S W O R T H & HUNT LEY, 

(Thomas Farnsworth and Isaac N. 

Huntley,) groceries, retail 302 N. 

111. 
Farrall Andrew, barkeeper, Edward K. 

Farrall, bds. 144 Ind. av. 



Farrall Edward K. saloon, 154 Ind. av 
Bankers' Books made to order by Shurtleff & Macauley, 



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Farrall J. K barkeeper, Edward Far- 
rail bcls. 144 Ind. a v. 
Farrall Richard, lab. r. W. 2nd 
Farrall Catharine J. dressmaker, 79 ST. 

Penn. r. same. 
Farrell Edward, boiler mkr. Sinker & 

Co. r. 340 S. Ala. 
Farrell Fergus, porter, Hibben, Tark- 

ington & Co. r. 77 W. St. Clair 
Farrell Mary Mrs. wid. John, r. 169 N. 

Davidson 
Farritar James, lab. r. alley bet. E. Ga. 

ami Meek rs lBL 

Fate Robert, blacksmith, r. 12^Bfeel. 
Fatout Henry B. student, 2nJW^ C. 

University -2*" 

FATOUT J.*L. & M.K. (Joshua L.and 

Moses K. Fatout.) builders and 

lumber dealers La Fayette, S. of 

La Fayette Depot 

Fatout Joshua L. (J. L. & M. K. Fa- 
tout,) bds. 238 N. West 
Fatout Moses K. (J. L. & Mi K. Fatout) 

r. 238 N. West 
Fatout Percy II. washing machines, 156 

W. North, r. 295 Ind. av. 
Faucett David, boarding house, 147 W. 

Md.r. same 
Faucett David S. hostler, bds. 147 W. 

Md. 
Faucett John D. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Faucett Smith, (Faucett & Harra) r. 70 

Ky. av. 
Faucett Wilson M. livery stable keeper. 

r. 209W.Md. 
Faucett & Harra, (Smith Faucett and 

William Harra,) saloon, 70 Ky. av. 
F AUGHT, TAYLOR & CO. (William 

H. Faught, Samuel Taylor, and 

Benj. F. Goodhart,) dry goods and 

notions, 12 W. Wash. 
Faught William H. (Faught, Taylor & 

Co.) r. 15,4 S. N. J. 
Faulhaber Frank, cigar mkr. r. N. end 

S. Mo. 
Faut Frederick, (Dehne & Faut,) bds. 

318 E. Wash. 
Fawcett Alpheus H. foreman, machine 

sh©p, Chandler & Taylor, r. 370 W. 

Wash. 
Fawcett David S. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Fawkner John E. coal dealer, 24 W. 

Md. r. 348 N. Ala. 
Fearnley John, (May hew & Fearnley) 

r. 186 W. Vt. 

No. 13 West Maryland Street, 



Feanm Edward, stone cutter, Goddard 

& Sons, bds. 80 S. Miss. 
Fearv Jeremiah E. carpenter, r. 318 E. 

North 
Feary John, carpenter, r. 318 E. North 
Featherston Wm. E. auction and com. 

mer. 194 and 196 W. Wash. r. 165 

Mass. av. 
Fehernsbach John, machinist, C. & I. 

C. R, R. 
Fehr Christian, carpenter, r. 135 Ft. 

Wayne av. 
Feichtmer Rachael, wid. Gotlieb, r. 273 

S. West 
Feiel Augustus, elk. r. 43 Madison av. 
Feifer George, lab. r. 150 E. St. Joseph 
Feiner Julius, porter, J. George Stilz, 

r. 279 N. Liberty 
Feil John, wagon mkr. 123 Bluff rd. r. 

396 S. 111. 



Felbaum Wm. engineer, L. F. & I. R. 
R. r. 176 JST. Miss. 

Feld George, agent Utica Sewing Ma- 
chine, 173 E. Wash. r. same 

Feldbush Conrad, teamster, r. 426 E. 
Vt. 

Fellbush John, Bunte & Dickson, 387 
E. Market, r. 168 N. Davidson 

Fellenger Peter J. student, Bryant & 
Stratton's Commercial College, bds. 
Dowden House 

Feller George, jr. watch mkr. r. 288 N. 
Tenn. 

Feller George, r. 288 N. Tenn. 

FellingerP. J. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block. 

Fellows Austin, patent agt. bds. 19 S. 
Miss. 

Fells Frederick, lab. r. 124 E. Duncan 

Feltman Herman, shoe mkr. r. 396 S. 
Del. 

Felton Homer, elk. Bo wen, Stewart & 
Co. bds. 214 S. Union 

Fenner Martin, Governor's office, r. Ky. 
av. nr. bank 

Fenton Franklin, saw mkr. r. 121 W. 
N.Y. 

Fenton John, tinner, Munson & John- 
ston, 38 S. Tenn. 

Ferdinand James, stone cutter, r. 203 
Ky. av. 

Ferdinand Lewis (col'd) white wash- 
ing, r. cor. Mich, and Blackford 

Ferehbatch John, machinist, I. & C. 
Depot, r. Ill Spring 

Ferguson Alexander, stone cutter, r. 
393 Mass. av. 

Ferguson Clements A. watches, clocks 
and jewelry, 7 W. Wash. r. cor. Me- 
ridian and Seventh 

Ferguson Edward H. brick layer, r. 
463 N. Meridian 



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Ferguson George A. B. elk. W. & H. 

Glenn, bds. 70 E. Market 
Ferguson James A. binder, Herald of- 
fice, r. 60 W. Market 
Ferguson James C. pork packer, r. 129 

N. Meridian 
Ferguson Kilby, loan office, r. 251 E. 

McCarty 
Ferguson Rezin, merchant tailor, 16 W. 

Mel. r. 479 N. Meridian 
Ferguson Robert, plasterer, r. 27 W. 

Pratt 
Ferguson William B. student Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Ferguson, see also Furgason 
Feriter Margaret, wid. John, r. 331 E. 

La. 
Feriter Patrick, laborer, r. E. La. bet. 

East aud Noble 
Ferling George, elk. George Ferling, 

bds. 124 Md. 
Ferling George, hair dresser and im- 
porter of leeches, Wash. se. cor. 

Meridian, r. 124 Md. 
Ferman Edward, bricklayer, bds. 272 

W. Md. 
Fern Frank L. machinist, Chandler & 

Taylor, r. 88 Ky. a v. 
Ferrall Joseph K. saloon, r. 241 Ind. av. 
Ferree Francis M. physician, r. 369 N. 

N. J. 
Ferree Jared D. printer, r. 254 E. Ohio 
Ferrell Andrew, bar keeper, bds. 241 

Ind. av. 
Ferrell Edward (J. K. & E. Ferrell) 

154 Ind. av. 
Ferrell Ezekiel J. salesman, Stubbs & 

Buchanan, bds. Commercial Hotel 
FERRELL J. K. & E. (Joseph K. and 

Edward Ferrell. saloon, 154 Ind. av. 
Ferrell Joseph K. (J. K. & E. Ferrell) 

154 Ind. av. 
Ferriter Bridget, chambermaid, Pal- 
mer House 
Ferriter John, lab. Meek nr. S. Noble 
Ferriter Maurice, mattress mkr. r. 142 

Bluff 
Ferriter Thomas, lab. r. 3 Bates 
Ferry James, stone cutter, F. Farmer, 

r. 15 S. Miss. 
Ferry Jane, wid. Hugh, r. 197 N. Del. 
FERTIG FRANK, house and sign 

painter, 6 E. Wash. r. 65 W. South 



Fesler James M. carpenter, bds. 101 S. 

N.J. 
Fesler W. B. & Co. (W. B. Fesler and 

William McQool) carpenters and 

builders, cor. South and Del. 
Fesler W. B. (W. B. Fesler & Co.) r. 212 

Bluff 
Fessenden Win. engineer, Helwig, 

Roberts & Co. bds. 142 S. East 
Fette George, scourer and repairer, 28 

Va. av. r. 123 Duncan 
Fettish Frank, painter, r. 65 South 

seph, teamster, bds. 267 E. 

rles, machinist, Eagle Ma- 
Vorks, r. 250 S. Ala. 




as, shoe mkr. r. Jackson, 
erry 

d, lab. John Grosch, r. N. 
Noblei nr. Michigan 
Fey Henry, r. 155 N. Spring 
Fey Henry, teamster, John Grosch, r. 
203 N. Noble 

Fidel Solomon, (Zimmer & Fidel) bds. 
California House 

Fieber Wm. book keeper, Christian F. 
Schmidt, r. 58 Wyoming 

Fiel Augustus G. elk. A. and U. S. Ex- 
press Cos. bds. 43 S. Madison av. 

Field Davis, mail agt. bds. 52 N. Penn. 

Field John, wagon mkr. McCarty. 
cor. S. 111. 

Field Patrick, wagon mkr. bds. Mc- 
Carty, cor. S. 111. 

Fields Edward S. (Fields & Braden) 
W. end W. Market 

FIELDS & BRADEN, (Edward S. 
Fields and William Braden) paper 
mnfrs. W. Market, nr. Cal. 

Fifth Presbyterian Church, S. N. J. nr. 
Md. 

Fike Peter, teamster, r. 318 Madison av. 

Filbeck George, carpenter, r. 11 Buch- 
anan 

Filbeck L. Mrs. wid. John, r. 11 Buch- 
anan 

Filer Samuel J. salesman.Bowen, Stew- 
art & Co. bds. Governorsold house 

Finch C. & E. (Christopher and Ed- 
ward Finch) butchers and curers, 
276 W. Wash. 

Finch Christopher, (C. & E. Finch) r. 
276 W. Wash. 

Finch Edward, (C. & E. Finch,) r. W. 
Wash. 

Finch Fabius M. lawyer, r. 286 E. Ohio 

Finch Heneage B. claim agt.Talbott & 
New's Block, bds. 286 E. Ohio 

Finch John A. lawyer, Talbott <fc 
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Findlay James, (Findlay & Co.) r. E. 

Ga. 
FINDLAY & CO. (James Findlay and 

John Thayer,) marble works, 116 

S.I11. 
Fineran James, lab. r. 224 N. Merrill 

Finfrock Wm. H. brakeman, C. & I. C. 

R. R. bds. 99 Denton 
Fink Daniel, cabinet mkr. r. 208 W. 

Wash. 
Finke Mary, wid. John, r. 51 E. Mc- 

Carty 
Finley H. A. Mrs. millinery and dress 

mkr. 24 Va. av. bds. c. Ohio and 

Market 
Finley H. L. student at Bryant, Strai- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 
Finley John, machinist, Cox foundry, 

bds. 176 S. Del. 
Finn Bridget, wid. William, r. 80 Ma- 
ple*. 
Finn John, cooper, r. 126 Union 
Finn John, lab. r. 33 Dougherty 
Finn John, porter, Palmer House 
Finn John, yard man, Palmer House, 

bds. Palmer House 
Finney Catharine, wid. Michael, r. 2 

Walters • 

Finney Ebenez'er W. com. mer. 14 W. 

Pearl, r. nr. corporation line, 

Shelbrville Pike \ 

Finney Jasper, trav. salesman, Hassel- 

man & Watson, r. 430 Va. av. 
Finter Frederick, baker, 113 Ft. Wayne 

av. r. same 
Firchtenith Ernst, cabinet mkr. r. Va. 

av. 
First Baptist Church, N. Y. ne. c. 

Penn. 
First English Lutheran Church, N. Y. 

c. Ala. 
First German Reformed Church, Ala. 

nr. Market 
First Presbyterian Church, N. Penn. 

c.N.Y. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Wash. 

se. c. Meridian* 
Fischer George, shoe mkr. 119 Ft. 

Wayne av. r. same 
Fischer William C. elk. 227 E. Wash. 

bds. Neiman House 
Fischer William J. boot mkr. Joseph 

Wert, r. 10 S. Penn. 
Fiscus Francis M. brick mason, bds. 

169 N. East 
Fiscus John R. brick mason, r. 357 1ST. 

N. J. 
Fiscus Thos. W. brick layer, r. 280 St. 

Clair 
Fiscus William, brick mason, r. 1 Vine 
Fish Byron, printer, 186 N. Miss. 
Fish Charles, elk. Tarlton & Vinnedge, 

bds. 75 Norwood 



Fish Edith, wid. Samuel P. r. 75 Nor- 
wood 
Fish J. bds. Macy House 

Fish John L. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Fish John L. book keeper, Mayhew & 

Branham, r. 78 E. Pratt 
Fish Wm. S. printer, bds. 75 Norwood 
FISHBACK JOHN, leather, hides and 

oil, 125 S. Meridian, r. 16 E. Mich. 
Fishback Wm. P. (Porter, Harrison & 

Fishback) r. 352 N. Meridian 
Fisher Andrew, elk. J. McCreery, r. 

406 N. East 
Fisher Benjamin, barber. Louisiana, c. 

Illinois, up stairs, r. Illinois, 1st 

door S. Globe House 
Fisher Charles, bar keeper, Sheridan 

House Saloon, bds. Sheridan House 
Fisher Charles, cooper, r. 123 Spring 
Fisher Charles, justice of the peace, 4 

Yohn's Block, r. 26 W. North 
Fisher Charles, tailor, r. Pearl, bet. S. 

N. J. and Ala. 
Fisher Charles, teamster, bds. 46 Orient, 

E. city limits 
Fisher David M. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Fisher Elizabeth, wid. Henry, r. al.bet. 

Ala. and N. J. nr. Wash. 
Fisher Jesse, lab. r. 280 E. Wash. 
Fisher John E. bar keeper. Bates House 

saloon, bds. Bates House 
Fisher Louisa, wid. Charles, r. S. 111. 

nr. McCarty 
Fisher Martin," (col'd) lab. r. 225 W. 

Ohio 
Fisher Paris, (col'd) lab. r. 426 N. East 
Fisher Samuel A. cutter, Moritz, Bro. 

& Co. r. 193 S. East 
Fisher Stearnes Major, rooms Nos. 13 

and 14, over 72 W. Wash. 
Fisher Wm. C. elk. bds. Neiman House 
Fiske Henry C. (Mitchell & Fiske) bds. 

Oriental Hotel 
Fissle Benjamin, barber, r. 189 S. 111. 
Fisterlant Patrick, lab. r. 298 S. Del. 
Fitch Mary Jane, dress mkr. 157 N. 

Miss. r. same 
Fitch Wm. (Carnan, Fitch & Co.) r. 

Miss. bet. N. Y. and Vt. 
Fitch Wm.H. scroll sawer, Circle plan- 
ing mill, r. 157 N. Miss. 
Fitch ey Michael, carpenter, r. 146 W. 

Vt. 
Fitte George, tailor, r. 123 E. Duncan. 
Fitzgeral E. helper, C. & I. C. R. R. 
Fitzgerald Francis Mrs. wid. Michael, 

r. 247 S. Mo. 
Fitzgerald Isaac, stone mason, bds. 158 

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Fitzgerald John, tinner, Munson & 

Johnston r. 397 S. Del. 
Fitzgerald Joseph, cabinet maker, r. 

158 N. Blackford 
Fitzgerald Kate, pantry. Bates House 
Fitzgerald Michael, soldier, r. U. S. ar- 
senal 
Fitzgerald Nat. Ward, student, r. Pyle 

House 
Fitzgerald Patrick Rev. asst. pastor St. 

Johns Church, r. Ga. bet. 111. and 

Tenn. 
Fitzgerald Thomas, lab. r. 156 Meek 
Fitzgerald William, lab. Polling Mill, 

r. 280 S. Mo. 
Fitzgerald William, lab. r. 188 Maple 
Fitzpatrick David, tailor, bds. GO S. 

West 
Fitzpatrick Hugh L. shoe mkr. J. K. 

Sharpe, r. 228 N. Spring 
Fitzpatrick James, tailor, r. 60 S. West 
Fitzpatrick Joseph, machinist, Hel- 

wig, Roberts & Co. r. 240 W. N. Y. 
Fitzpatrick Peter, tailor, r. 66 S. West 
Fitzpatrick P. R. Rev. asst. pastor St. 

Johns Church 
Fitzpatrick , William, lab. r. 228 X. 

Spring 
Fitzsimons Margaret, chambermaid, 

Palmer House 
Flack Samuel, carpenter, r. 40 Thomas 
Flacker Jacob, carpenter, Adam Helm, 

r. N. Davidson 
Flaherty Jerry, lab. arsenal, r. nr. ar- 
senal 
Flaherty John, lab. r. X. 111. bet. 4th 

and 5th 
Flaherty Patrick, student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade 21% E. Wash. 
Flaherty Sarah, wid. Michael, tailor- 
ess, r. 329 W. Md. 
Flanigan Owen, Gas Company, bds. 

13 Henry 
Flankem G. L. tinner, bds. 98 E. South 
Flanner L. E. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24J£ E. Wash. 
Flanner O. A. Mrs. r. 152 N. Meridian 
Flannigan John, lab. Indianapolis Gas 

& Coke Co. S. Penn. nr.E. La. 
Flannigan Molly, servant, Globe House 
Flathers James B. carpenter, r. 151 

Maple 

Paper Boxes for Fancy 



Flatley Benjamin, porter, Daily, Sen- 

our & Co. r. S. Delaware opp. Jeff. 

Round House 
Flechman Lawrence, lab. Chandler & 

Taylor, r. 264 Mass. av. 
Fleck Andrew, cabinet mkr. r. 503 

S. Tenn. 
Fleck Anthony, cabinet mkr. r. 503 S. 

Tenn. 
Fleck Otmar, carpenter, r. 503 S.Tenn. 
Flegg Andrew, cabinet mkr. Sloan & 

Woolen, 251 S. Penn. 
Flegg D. cabinet mkr. Sloan & Woolen, 

251 S. Penn. 
Fleitz Charles, blacksmith, 187 Bluff rd. 

r. same 
Fleming David, express man, r. 95 

Bradshaw 
Fleming George H. printer, bds. N. 

Tenn. cor. Second 
Fleming John T. printer, r. 378 Va. av. 
Iteming Thomas, porter, Herald office, 

bds. 91 S. West 
Flemming John, elk. Walter G. Dabbs, 

r. 21 Circle 
Fletcher Allen S. student N. W. C. 

University 
Fletcher Bishop, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill ^ 
Fletcher Calvin, jr. r. Plum nr. N. W. 

C. University' 
Fletcher Calvin, sr. N. Penn. c. First 
Fletcher Calvin, piler, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill 
FLETCHER E. T. Rev. 410 N. Del. 
Fletcher Elizabeth, wid. John, r. 229 

Union 
Fletcher Henry F. elk. r. 189 E. Market. 
Fletcher Horace A. merchant, bds. 

Bates House 
Fletcher Ingram, teller, 49 E. Wash. 

r. Pratt ,nw. cor. Penn. 
Fletcher James J. elk. C. & I. C. R. R. 

r. 576 N. Miss. 
Fletcher J. fe, teams.ter, bds 326 Va. av. 
Fletcher Pone, catcher, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill # 

Fletcher R. F. secretary Citizens' St. R. 
W. r. 477 N. Tenn. 

Fletcher Samuel O. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block ; 

Fletcher Stoughton A. sr. r. 180 E. Ohio 

Fletcher Sj/oughton A. jr. [S. A.Fletch- 
er & Go.] 30 E. Wash. r. es. Va. av. 
cor. South 

FLETCHER S. A. & CO. [Stoughton 
A. Fletcher, jr. L. Francis and M. 
Churchman] bankers, 30 E. Wash. 

Fletcher T. R. bds. Bates House, Wash, 
cor. 111. 

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Fletcher Wm. B. physician, 135 N. Ala. 

r. Beilefbntaine rd. outside city 
.Fletcher Wm. H. r. 326 Va. av. 
Fletcher Wm. M. engineer, I. & C. R. 

R. r. 452 E. Ga. 
Fletcher Zacariah, cabinet mkr. r. 576 

N. Miss. 
FLETCHER'S BANK, 30 E. Wash. 
Flewry Louis, tailor, I. N. Winter, bds. 

California House 
Flinn Byron P. porter, Munson & 

Johnston, r. 21 Dougherty 
Flinn Johanna, wid. John, r. 336 S. 

Del. 
Flinn Maurice, lab. r. 336 S. Del. 
Flinn Thomas, lab. r. 336 S. Del. 
Flinn Wm. lab. r. 336 S. Del. 
Flood Elizabeth, [col'd] wid. Jesse, r. 

Howard, bet. 2d and 3d 
Flood John R. plasterer, r. 24 Centre 
Florea Lewis W. student, N.W.C. Uni- 
versity 
Flowers Andrew J. B. [Flowers & Co.j 

r. 92 Ky. av. 
Flowers Naomi, wid. Wash. r. 248 W. 

Market 
Flowers Samuel P. V. [Flowers & Co.] 

r. 92 Ky. a v. 
FLOWERS & CO. (Andrew J. B. Flow- 
ers. Henry Vandegrift, and Samuel 

P. V. Flowers) machine shop, S. 

Miss. cor. Ky. av. 
Flynn David, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 
Flynn Dennis, brick mason, r. 69 Ma- 
ple 
Flynn Morris, patcher, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Flynn Thomas, plasterer, r. 81 Maple 
Flynn Wm. lab. bds. S. Penn. bet. E. 

South and McCarty 
Fobes Albert D. book keeper, R. P. 

Crapo, bds. 276 N. West 
Foegle Frederick, carpenter, bds. 301 

N. Winston 
Fogarty Arthur, lab. bds. Ray House 
Fogarty Charles, night watchman, J. 

M. & I. freight house, bds. Ray 

House • 

Fogarty John, lab. r. E. Ga. E. of Cad y 
Fogg Charles E. civil engineer, 21 Tal- 

bott & Nevv's Block, bds. 420 N. 

Penn. 
Fogle Frederick, r, 260 N. Winston 
Foland Valentine, carpenter, r. 299 E. 

Merrill 
Foley Elijah, ice dealer, r. 329 N. 111. 
Foley Henry, engineer, Eagle, Machine 

Works 
Foley James W. ice dealer, r. 329 N". 

111. 
Foley John, lab. Arsenal, r. nr. Arsenal 
Foley Patrick, lab. r. 128 Winston 
Foley Patrick, lab. r. Fayette bet. St. 

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Foley Patrick, switchman Cincinnati 

R. R, r. E. La. bet. S. Noble and S. , 

East 
Foley Timothy, helper, C. & I. C. R. R. 
Foley Timothy, lab. r. bet. National 

rd. and Mich. rd. 
Foley William, carpenter, bds. rear 

231 E. Market 
Foley William W. student, r. 329 N. 

111. 
Foljambe George B. millinery store, 

44 S. 111. r. same 
Foljambe G. B. mess. Am. Ex. Co. 
Follett John C. teacher, bds. 255 N. 

East 
Follett Joseph B.Ins. agt. N. Western 

Ins. Co. r. 255 N. East 
Folly Patrick L. lab. r. Fayette bet. 

Walnut and St. Clair 
Folsom Edwin S. (Folsom & Olin,) 

bds. Pyle House 
Folsom Eliza Mrs. wid. Peter, r. 179 

S. 111. 
FOLSOM & OLIN, (Edwin S. Fol- 
som and Chauncey C. Olin,) gen-" 

eral Insurance Agents, 7 Black- 
ford's Block. [See adv.] 
Foltz Annie S. Mrs. wid. Frederick, r. 

279 N. Ala. • 

Foltz Howard M. (Barker & Foltz.) r. 

279 N. Ala. 
Fondersaar John, lab. r. 211 Union 
Fondersor M. wid. John, r. S. 111. nr. 

McCarty 
Fontain Peter, bds. California House 
Foos Thomas J. saloon, 18 S. Penn. r. 

118 Mass. av. 
Foot Maria W. wid. Jeremiah, r. 18 E. 

Mich. 
Foote William A. book keeper, Mc- 

Creery & Fay, bds. 406 N. East 
Forat Henry, elk. r. 217 W. Mich. 
Forbes Albert D. elk. bds. 276 N. West 
Forbes Joseph R. (Stacy & Forbes) r. 

40 N. N. J. 
Ford Antonio, (col'd) hod carrier, r. 

227 N. Tenn. 
Ford Fletcher, carpenter, r. Mich. rd. 

E. city 
Ford Henry, elk. r. 217 W. Mich. 
Ford John, wood measurer, r. 120 N. 

Miss. 
Ford Lyman S. student at Bryant, 

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Ford Michael, shoe mkr. Mrs. Delia 
Lintz, r. 94 Elm 

Ford Nancy A. wid. John I. r. 117 
Forest av. 

Ford Stephen, shoe mkr. Mrs. Delia 
Lintz, bds. 94 Elm 

Ford William, mail boy Herald office, 
16>2 E. Wash. 

Fore Alfred (col'd) porter, William L. 
MeConnell, 33^ N. 111. 

Forester Marcus (Forester & Lent) r. 
New York Citv 

FORESTER & LENT (Marcus For- 
ester and William D. Lent) cloaks, 
34 W. Wash. 

Forsha Thomas, cigar mkr. Charles H. 
Reynolds, r. 1G3 N. Noble 

Forshee George W. (Beard, Forshee & 
Olawsori) es. Tenn. nr. Ky. av. r. 
320 W. Wash. 

Fortner Alfred J. salesman, Evans & 
Brown, bds. Pyle House 

Forwald John, works McCord & Wheat- 
ley. « 

Forward John, lab. r. 350 N. Noble 

Foster carpenter, r. 367 S. Mo. 

Foster Alfred S. foreman boiler shop 
Eajrle Works, r. 131 E. Merrill 

FOSTER BENJAMIN F, Rev. State 
Librarian, r. 248 N. 111. 

Foster Chapin C. steward Deaf & Dumb 
Inst. 

Foster David P. carpenter, r. 474 S. 
Tenn. 

Foster Edgar J. (Hume, Adams & Co.) 
r. 339 N. Pa. 

Foster E. H. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Foster Frederick, engineer I. & C R. 
R. bds. 78 Benton 

Foster George A. elk. W. & II. Glenn, 
bds. 80 N. Miss. 

FOSTER, HOLLO WAY & CO. (Rob- 
ert S. Foster, Henry C. Holloway, 
Joseph P. Wiggins, and William 
B. Gregory) grocers, Va. av. cor. 
Del. [See adv.] 

Foster Isaac, carpenter, r. 126 Hos- 
brook 

Foster John B.hrakeman, 1. & C. R.R. 



Foster Margaret, actress, r. 120 Hos- 

brook 
Foster Riley, r. 339 N. Penn. 
Foster Robert S. (Foster, Holloway & 

Co.) r. 115 N. 111. 
Foster Sarah, wid. Reason, r. 312 Ind. 

av. 
Foster Sarah L. servant, 42 Forrest av. 
Foster M. S. foreman, Eagle Machine 

Works 
Foster Wallace, (Smith & Foster,) r. 

339 N. Penn. 
Foudray James, bds. 215 N. N. J. 
Foud ray John E. (Wood & Foudray,) 

r. 215 N.N. J. 
Fourth Presbyterian Church, Market 

sw. c. Del. 
Fous William, tailor, r. 234 Huron 

Foust teamster, r. 223 E. Mich. 

Foust Charles J. elk. Foster, Holloway 

& Co. bds. 115 N. 111. 
Foust E. J. Mrs. boarding house, 115 

N. 111. 
Fowler Benjamin B. vard master. I. & 

C. R. R. r. 128 E. Merrill 
Fowler Chas. E. (W. S. Fowler & Co.) 

bds. 70 E. Market 
Fowler Henry, teamster, r. 227 N. Da- 
vidson 
Fowler James P. carpenter, r. 312 E. 

Wash. 
Fowler William S. (W. S. Fowler & Co.) 

bds. 70 E. Market 
FOWLER W. S. & CO. (Wm S. Fowler 

and Chas. E. Fowler,) grocers, 251 

N. 111. 
Fowsett J. D. student at Bryant & 

Strattons Commercial College, bds. 

Dowden House 
Fox Albert A. spinner, bds. 408 W. 

Wash. 
Fox Bernard, lab. r. 70 Hosbrook 
Fox Ellen Mrs. wid. Michael, boarding 

house, 199 W. Md. r. same 
Fox Jam^s, engineer, r. 315 S. Del. 

rear building 
Fox James, watchman, r. 315 S. Del. 
Fox John, lab. bds. 297 W. Wash. 
Fox Solomon, clothing and gent's fur- 
nishing 38 W. Wash. r. 222 N.N. J. 
Foy Owen, mach. r. 88 Benton 
Frachlich William, stone mason, r. 502 

Roset 
Framer Joseph, cab. mkr. 267 E.Wash. 
France James P. (Bell & France,) r. 

Bates House 
Francis George M. soldier, r. U. S. 

Arsenal 
Francis James B. tinner, r. 530 S. III. 
Francisco Oliver, student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Meridian se. 

cor. Wash. 
Franco Alexander, salesman. Abraham 

Kahn. r. Maryland cor. 111. 



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Franco Sarah (Dunn & Franco) bds. 

W. Maryland cor. S. 111. 
Francs Jacob, porter. Maxwell, Fry & 

Thurston, r. N. Y. bet. East and 

N.J. 
Frank Adam, upholsterer, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. r. 118 W. Vt. 
Frank Andrew, porter, Union Depot 
FRANK ANSON, wines & liquors, 189 

E. Wash. r. 38 S. Ala. 
Frank August, tailor, r. 331 E. Ohio 
Frank Edmund J. elk. bds. 409 N.Penn. 
Frank Francis L. conductor, I. & C. 

R. R. r. 444 N. N. J. 
Frank Henrv (Spiegel, Thorns & Co.) 

r. 118 W. Vt. 
Frank IT. fireman, C. & I. C. R. W. 
FRANK JAMES, real estate agent, 

35^ E. Wash. r. 461 N. Tenn. 
Frank S. L. conductor, C. & I. R. R. 
Frank William, messenger, Indiana 

National Bank, bds. 118 W. Vt. 
Franke Anthony, baggage man, Union 

Depot, r. 176 Union 
Franke Charles, carpenter, r. 170 Union 
Frankem Isaac L. stoves and tinware, 

67 E. Wash. bds. 235 N. 111. 
Franken Jonathan, jr. 249 N. 111. 
Frankenstein Jacob, barber, r. 326 S. 

Del. 
Franklin Horace B. conductor City R. 

W. bds. Sheridan House 
Franklin William, carpenter, r. 140 E. 

McCarty 
Franklin William (col'd) grocer, r. 161 

Ind. av. 
Franklin William IT. (col'd) barber, 2 

E. Wash. r. 231 W. Ohio 
Franz Henry, student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Franzman Amelia, wid. Adam, r. 309 

S. Penn. 
Franzman Peter, belt mkr. Mooney & 

Co. bds. 309 S. Penn. 
Franz Peter, well digger, r. 222 N. 

Noble. 
Frary John C. printer* Journal office, 

r. 34 E. Ohio \ 

Frauer Emanuel, druggist, 243 E.Wash. 

r. same 
Frauer Herman, elk. 243 E. Wash. bds. 

same 
Frauer Rudolph, salesman, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. r. 85 N. J. 
Fraylor James G. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Frazee Aaron, brick layer, r. c. N. Y. 

and Douglas 
Frazee George, carpenter, r. 303 N. 

Del. 
Erazee John W. elk. r. 303 N. Del. 



Frazee Oliver W. soldier, r. 111. sw. c. 

Ga. 
Frazee Samuel E. r. 176 N. 111. 
Frazer William, r-492 N. Tenn. 
Frazier John II. baggage master, I. & 

C. R. R. r. 226 S. Noble 
Frazier Sid. L. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24}£ E. Wash. 
Frazier Sampson A. student N. W. C. 

University 
Fread Frederick, Spiegel, Thorns & Co. 
Freas Martin, baker, r. 315 S. Penn. 
Frease Francis, well digger, r. 353 E. 

McCarty 
Frederick Charles, mach. bds. Lafay- 
ette House 
Frederick George, lab. r. 124 Bluff 
Fredericks Fred, fireman, C. & I. C. 

R. R. 
Fredericks Godfrey, lab. r. 487 Va. av. 
Fredericks John, bar keeper, B. Cahms, 

r. 267 E. Wash. 
Fredericks Lindell, bds. 94 N. Tenn. 
Free Frederick, scroll sawyer, r. 168 S. 

Noble 
Freeman George W. elk. Geo. K. Share 

& Co. bds. 84 S. 111. 
Freeman Michael, pattern mkr. Eagle 

Machine Works, r. 109 Davidson 
Freeman N. B. (Ray, Mayhew & Co.) 

r. 329 E. Market 
FREIE PRESS VON INDIANA, 17 

W. Md. 
French Almon W. cabinet mkr. r. E. 

Wash. nr. city limits 
French Ann, r. 200 N. Douglas 
French Charles G. r. E. Wash. nr. city 

limits 
French William B. conductor, T. H. 

R. R. 
French William M. teacher, Deaf and 

Dumb Institute 
Frenzell John P. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial 

and Business College Black- 
ford's Block 
Frenzel John P. (Frenzel, Will & Co.) 

131 S. 111. 
FRENZEL, WILL & CO. '(John P. 

Frenzel, John F. Will and John 'P. 

Simon,) leather dealers, 33 S. 111. 
Frese Charles, (C. Frese & Co.) r. 27 

W. Wash. 



FRESE "C. & CO. (Charles Frese and 
Charles F. Hahn.) hardware and 
cutlery, wholesale and retail, 27 
W. Wash. 

Fresman Frederick, baker, bds. 68 S. 
W r est 

Frev Archibald, bar keeper, r. al. bet. 
W. Ga. and W. Md. c. S. Mo. 

Frich Henry, grocer, r. National rd. 
W. Indianapolis 

Mo. 13 West Maryland Street. 



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Frick John, saloon, 155 Ft. Wayne av. 

r.489 N.N.J. 
Frick Philip, tinner, r, 15 S. Ala. 
Fricke Charles lie v. pastor St. Paul's 

Church, (German Evangelical Lu- 
theran,) r. Ga. 
Fricker Jacob, (Schmedel & Flicker,) 

r. 134 Spring 
Fridley W. K. conductor, C. & G. E. 

R. Pi. r. 208 N. Ala. 
Friedgen Chas. II. tailor, 41 N. 111. r. 

14 N. Noble 
Freidgen Cornelius, boots and shoes, r. 

201 E. Market 
Friedrich Ciias. instrument mkr. bds. 

30 Ky. av. 
Friend Charles, student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade. 2\% E. Wash. 
Friends School, c. Del. and St. Clair 
Fries Martin, lab. r. 315 S. Penn. 
Frind Jacob E. lab. r. al. bet. Mich. 

and North 
Frink Hiram S. salesman, Kightley & 

Moore, r. c. Ohio and Tenn 
Frink Otis, (Frink & Moore.) r. 203 

Mass. av. 
Frink Samuel C. physician, r. 290 E. 

Ohio 
FRINK & MOORE, fOtis Frink and 

Harvev Moore,) Novelty Works, 

24 E. Ga. 
Fritz Frederick, cashier, Chas. Witten- 
berg, r. 37 E. Wash. 
Frizzell Allen, carpenter, r. bet. 8th 

and 9th 
Frizzell Bushrod, carpenter, r. 428 E. 

St. Clair 
Froedorf Fredrick, cooper, r. 164 Pat- 
terson, S. City Hospital 
Froelking John F. bar keeper, bds. 201 

E. St. Mary 
Fromelt Peter, chair mkr. Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. r. 267 E. Wash. 
Fromhold Peter, copper smith, Cottrell 

& Knight, r. 167 Bluff 
Froschauer Casper, stone mason, r. 228 

S. N. J. 
Frouer Albert, cabinet mkr. r. 609 E. 

National rd. 
Frouimeyer Henry, elk. r. 134 N. Miss. 
Fry bds. 32 E. Ohio 



Fry Alfred, (col'd) bds. Macy House 
Fry John, basket mkr. John Bast, bds 
111. c. Kay 

Shoe Boxes made at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



Fry Rebecca N. Miss, boarding house, 
204 N. 111. r. same 

Fry Sarah, wid.Robt. r.311W. Market 

Fry William H. jr., (Maxwell, Fry & 
Thurston,) r. c. 4th and N. Meri- 
dian 

Fry William IT. sr., (Maxwell, Fry & 
Thurston,) r. Madison, Ind. 

FUC1IS JOHN, Rev.r. N.J. bet. Ohio 
and Market 

Fuchs Martin, bar tender, bds. 143 E. 
Wash. 

Fugate James L. (J. II. Vajen & Co.) 
r. 169 W. N. Y. 

Fuller Frederick, foreman, J. P. Mei- 
kel. bds. 213 W. Md. 

Fuller Gayton W. lab. r. 266 N. Blake 

Fuller L. YV. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co."s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Fulmer Chas. II. eng. C. & I. C. R. R. 
r. 146 Bates 

Fulton Felix M. cabinet mkr. r. 214 
Union 

Fulton Harmon II. bill elk. T. H. & I. 
R, 11. fr'gt ollice, bds. Pyle House 

Fulton Wm. carpenter 84 Mass av. 

Fultz John, tire catcher, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Co. 

Funk Amer J. blacksmith, bds. 176 S. 
Del. 

Funk B. bds. California House 

Funk Benjamin, carpenter, bds. Globe 
House 

Funke Frederick W. (Robertson & 

Funke Wm. bds. Union Hall 

FUNKHOUSER DAVID, (Jameson & 
Funkhouser,) r. 40 N. Miss. 

Furchtenicht Ernst, cabinet mkr. Cabi- 
net Makers Union, 105 E. Wash. 

Furgason Albert L. cooper, 321 E. 
Ga. r. same 

Furgason Chas. H. elk. r. 321 E. Ga. 

Furgason, see also Ferguson 

Furgeson elk. bds. 70 E. Market 

Furgeson James, book binder, r. 60 W. 
Market 

Furgeson John A. r. 270 N. Tenn. 

Furguson David, wks. Sinker & Co's 

Furlong Patrick, painter, bds. Snelson 
House 

Furnas John, (John, Furnas & Co.) r. 
518 N.Del. 

FURNAS JOHN & CO. (John Fur- 
nas, Moses M. Collett and M. Hor- 
ace McKay, ) dry goods, wholesale, 
68 E. Wash." 

Fuss John, carpenter, bds. 60 S. Del. 



GABEAUER Conrad, paper mkr. 
bds. 272 W. Md. ' 
Gabel Conrad, carriage mkr. r. 196 N. 

Noble 
Gabert Frederick, lab. R. R. r. 228 S. 
Union 



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Gable Henry, bds. Macy House 
Gabriel John F. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Gachman Herman, tailor, 110 Va. av. 

r. same 
GAGER & CO. (Wni. Gager and Wm. 

Hart) grocers, cor. Mich. and Noble 
Gager Wm. (Gager & Co.) r. cor. No- 
ble and Mich. 
Gagg Rudolph, (Gagg & Co.) r. 174 

Madison a v. 
GAGG & CO. (Rudolph Gags-, Peter 

Liefyer and Christopher R. Schet- 

ter) brewery, 26, 27 and 28 S. Pent). 
Gahm John, grocer. 196 Ind. av. r. same 
Gaibert Frederick, lab. B. R. R. depot, 

r. Union 
Gainer John. lab. r. Fayette, bet. Wal- 
nut and St. Clair 
Gainer John, stone cutter, Smith, It- 

tenbach & Co. S. Penn. cor. Merrill 
Galbraith Arthur N. elk. W. & H. 

Glenn, r. 21 N. East 
Gale John, lab. r. 77 E Lockerbie 
Galett , machinist.Barrows &King, 

bds. 19 S. Miss. 
Galiven John, lab. bds. S. Penn. bet E. 

South and McCarty 
Gall Albert, tKrauss & Gall) r. 135 N. 

N.J. 
Gall Edward, elk. F. P. Rush, r. 65 N. 

N.J. 
Gall Edwin, student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Tkade, 24}4 E. Wash. 
Gall Lewis D. physician, r. 65 N. N. J. 
Gallaghau Mary, wid. Michael, r. 59 N. 

Ala. 
Gallagher Francis, painter, r. 62 Mass. 

av. 
Gallagher Jas. J. foreman Ben. Frank- 
lin printing house, bds. Oriental 

House 
Gallagher Joseph, gas fitter, r. 144 W. 

N Y. 
Gallagher Joseph, porter, John N. 

Sweetser, bds. Sheridan House 
Gallagher Michael, lab. bds. Sheridan 

House 
Gallagher Patrick, peddler, r. 311 E. 

St. Clair 
Gallahue P. M. (T. S. James & Co.) r. 

Wash. cor. Mich. rd. 
Gallahue Warren C. carpenter, Emei 

son, Ream & Thompson, bds. 

Douglas 
Gallatin "John W. (cord) lab. bds. 171 

N. Blake 
Gallatin Sarah, (col'd) r. 73 N. Bright 
Galloway Catherine, r. 204 W. . Vt. 
Galloway Frank M. r. 204 W. Vt. 
Galloway Jane, wid. John, dress mkr. 

bds. 83 Ind. av. 



Galloway Wm. carpenter, bds. 58 Ben- 
ton 

Gallup Edward P. (W. P. & E. P. Gal- 
lup) r. 78 N. Tenn. 

Gallup Martha, wid. Henry, r. 343 S. 
East 

Gallup William P. (W.P. & E. P. Gal- 
lup) r. 78 N. Tenn. 

GALLUP W. P. & E. P. (William P. 
Gallup and Edward P. Gallup) 
com. mers. and grain dealers and 
agents for Fairbanks' -cales, 74 W. 
Wash. 

Galvert Samuel, student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade. 24}4 E. Wash. 

Galvey Michael, lab. r. S. Noble, cor. 
E. La. 

Galvin Albert, bds. Little's Hotel 

Galvin George W. student, bds. Little's 
Hotel 

Gamerdinger Jacob, blacksmith. Hel- 
wig, Roberts & Co. r. 613 E. Wash. 

Ganan Stephen, lab. telegraph line, r. 
372 S. Tenn. 

Gansburg Frederick, 
Union depot 

Ganter Cass, confectioner, 237 E. Wash. 
r. same 

Ganter Daniel, engineer, bds. 237 E. 
Wash. 

Gapen Philip M. traveling salesman, 
Elliott, Ryan & Co. r. nr. corpora- 
tion line, Bluff rd 

Garbutt Benjamin C. carpenter and 
joiner, bds. 15 Henry 

Gardener Joseph, tinsmith, r. 118 Ind. 
av. 

Gardener Wm. H. tinner, r. 225 N. Lib- 
erty 

Gardiner Harvey, millinery store, r. 57 
W. Ohio 

Gardner Conrad, butcher, r. W. In- 
dianapolis 

Gardner Frank M. printer, Herald of- 
fice, bds. 213 N. Penn. 

Gardner Harvey R. (Catlin & Gardner) 
r. 57 W. Ohio 

Gardner Joseph, engineer, I. & C. R.R. 
bds. 78 Benton 

Gardner R. cooper, bds. 297 W. Wash. 

Gardner Samuel B. cooper, Daniel 
Burton, bds. Walker House 

Gardner W. grocer, r. 31 N. James 

Gardner Wen-dell, carpenter. Helwig, 
Roberts & Co. r. 247 Ind. av. 
20! Gardner & Enners, (Conrad Gardner 
and Louis Enners) butchers, cor, 
Noble and Mich. 

Garigus William, wood hauler, r. 142 
Elm 

Garity Michael, messenger, Adams Ex- 
press Co. 12 E. Wash. 

Garner Charles L. asst. superintendent 
City Hospital, r. same 

No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



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Garner L. W. elk. A. Daumont <fc Co. 

88 E. Wash. 
Garner L. W. trav. agt. bds. 237 E. 
South 

Garrett Aaron (A. Garrett & Co.) r. 
257 E. Wash. 

Garrett Benjamin D. carpenter, r. 
James nr. cor Ind. av. 

Garrett David, box fac. 162 N. Noble, 
r. 166 N. Noble 

Garrett J. r. 257 E. Wash. 

Garrett A. & Co. (Aaron Garrett & 
Henry Levy) second-hand cloth- 
ing, 257 E. Wash. 

Garrison Robert M. student N. W. C. 
University. 

Garrison William L. shoe mkr. F. A. 
Wiley, bds. Blake bet. Vt. and 
Mich. 

Garver Mathias, teamster, bds. 68 W. 
South 

Garver Patrick, lab. Boiling Mill, r. 16 
Willard 

Garvey Charles, lab. Indianapolis Boil- 
ing Mill 

Garvey Charles, plasterer, arsenal, r. E. 
Mich, terminus 

Garvey Patrick, Indianapolis Boiling 
Mill 

Gass Andrew, butcher, r. 116 E. St. 
Joseph 

Gass Charles, blacksmith, L. Gass, r. 
St. Clair bet. Spring and Davidson 

Gass F. P. student at Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Bu- 
siness College, Blackford's Block 

Gass Louis, blacksmith, r. 432 E. St. 
Clair 

Gastetter Frederick, teamster, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. 

Gaston Edward Y. carriage makr. J. 
Mull, r. Ky. av. c. W. Md. 

Gaston Hiram Mrs. boarding, 37 Ky. 
av. r. same 

Gaston John M. physician, 66 E. Mar- 
ket r. E. N. Y. cor. N. N. J. 

Gaston Simpson B. (Gaston & Co.) r. 
35 N. Ala. 

GASTON & CO. (Simpson B. Gaston 
and James L. Carico) saloon. Ori- 
ental House 

Gatch Con. B. book keeper, John Fish- 
back, bds. Oriental House 



Gattenby Emily, wid. James L. r. 440 

Va. av. 
Gatteuby John B. lab. r. 440 Va. av. 
Gattenby Sarah J. wid. John, r. 440 

Va. av. 
Gates Austin B. (Gates, Pray & Co.) r. 

409 N. East 
Gates John, blacksmith, r. 223 E. Mar- 
ket 
Gates Peter M. carpenter, bds. 113 Mass. 

av. 
GATES, PRAY & CO. (Austin B. 
Gates, William Pray and David 
Mills.) livery and sale stable, N. 
side E. Market square 
Gates & Lemon, (John J. Gates and 
Edwin Lemon,) general black- 
smithing, 26 S. N. J. 
Gather George, (col'd) lab. r. Athon 

E. City Hospital 
Gaughan Lackey, teamster, r. 356 S. 

Term. 
Gamier John, shoe mkr. r. 187 E. South 
Gaus Caroline, wid. Charles, r. 65 W. 

McCarty 
Gauspoul Henry, cabinet maker, Spie- 
gel, Thorns & Co. 
Gavey John, lab. r. 27 Ala. 
Gay Alfred, r. 38 N. West 
Gayfer Charles J. elk. W. & H. Glenn, 

bds. 5 Eden's Block 
GAZETTE COMPANY, (Joseph M. 
Tilford, Nathan Shurtleff, Daniel 
Macauley, Abraham E. Smith and 
William E. Smith, proprietors, In- 
dianapolis Evening Gazette, 27 S. 
Meridian 
Gearld Fitz, chair maker, r. 158 Black- 
ford 
Gehbauer Conrad, engineer, Indianap- 
olis Paper Mill, bds. 172 W. Md. 
Gehing Conrad, elk. telegraph office, r. 

361 S. Ala. 
Gehring Fred, printer, r. 184 S. Del. 
Geiger George W. (Landers & Co.) r. 

434 N. Tenn. 
Geiger John W. elk. r. 273 N. Liberty 
Geiger Robert W. local agt. B. R. R. 

Depot, bds. Spencer House 
Geis Francis J. book binder, r. 163 

Union 
Geis Florence, bds. 60 S. Del. 
Geis John, (Geis & Knarzer,) r. 76 S. 

Del. 
Geis ct Knarzer (John Geis and George 

Knarzer,) saloon, 76 S. Del. 
Geis L. A. salocn keeper, bds. 60 S. 

Del. 
Geisel Christian, carpenter, B. R. R. r. 

222 N. Davidson 
GEISEL GEORGE, blacksmith, 144 

Fort Wayne av. r. same 
Geisel Henry, (Geisel & Eimers) r. 291 

Mass. av. 
Geisel Henry, striker, Sinker & Co. 



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Oisel John, blacksmith, B. R. R.shop' 
r. 219 N. Davidson 

"Geisel Martin, terra cotta mnfr. J. N. 
Glover, bds. California House 

Geisel & Enners, (Henry Chisel and 
William Enners,) grocery and feed 
store, 389 N. Noble 

Geisendorff' Christian E. (C. E. Geisen- 
dorff&Co.) r. 334 W.N. Y. 

GEISENDORFF C. E. & CO. (Chris- 
tian E. Geisendorff, Jacob C. Gei- 
sendorff, Mrs. S. H. Geisendorff, 
and Isaac Thalman) drv goods 
dealers, 61 and 63 W. Wash, and 
woolen mnirs. Wash. nr. White 
river 

Oeisendorff George E. salesman, Gei- 
sendorfl"s wool factory, r. 103 W. 
South 

Geisendorff Harry, book-keeper C. E. 
Geisendorff & Co. bds. 439 N. N. J. 

-Geisendorff Jacob C.(C. E. Geisendorff 
& Co.) r. 191 N. N. J. 

Geisendorff S. H. Mrs. (C. E. Geisen- 
dorff & Co.) r. 191 N. N. J. 

Oelsnleiliechter George, lab. Henry 
Weghorst, t. Japan, nr. Morris 

Grelzenleuchter Peter, elk. F. Simon, r. 

188 N. Noble 
Gelzmelneehter John, r. 340 N. R. R. 
George Frederick C. engineer, P. R. R. 

bds. 118 Benton 
George Israel, elk. Benjamin Davis, 

bds. 249 E. La. 
Gjorge James, painter, Samuel Moran, 

28 S. N. J. r. 312 E. North 
Gsorge M. painter, Frank Fertig, r. 

South, cor. 111. 
George Otis S. stage carpenter. Metro- 
politan Theatre, r. 28 N. Miss. 
George Robert, r. 24 N. Miss. 
George Sarah Mrs. r. 520 N. Miss. 
'G'orge Silas A. machinist, r. 321 E. 

Ohio 
George Wm. engineer, J. Fishback, r. 

Miss, cor 1st 
Georgi Henry L. (Georgi & Hack) r. 

189 Va. av. 

Jeorgi William E. student at Bryant, 

Stratton &Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
GEORGI & HACK, (Henry Georgi and 

John Hack) proprs. Wood Lawn 

Greenhouse and Nurseries, Va. av. 

ab. South 
Geots Charles, saloon, 81 E. Wash. r. 

same 
Gephart Charles, r. 120 Mass. av. 
Gephart Henry, cigar mkr. r. 134 E. 

McCarty 
Gerardy Nicholas, tailor, Joseph Staub, 

r. 187 N. Davidson 
Grerber Andrew, butcher, r. 276 W. 

Mich. 



J±JDJ±"ML HELM, 

CARPENTER, 

Repairing and Jobbing, 

296 Worth Liberty St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Gerhardt F. R. druggist, Bluff rd. cor. 

W. McCarty, r. same 
German Evangelical Church, N. J. nr. 

Ohio 
German Lutheran Church, se. cor. E. 

Ga. 
German M. E. Church, E. Ohio nr. 

N.J. 
German Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 16 S. Del. 
German Reformed Church, N. Ala. bet. 

Wash, and Market 
Gerran Daniel, lab. bds. alley bet E. 

Ga. and Meek 
GERSTNER ANTHONY J. merchant 

tailor, 173 E. Wash. r. same 
Gcrvin Joseph, porter, Ray House 
Gesinger David, tailor, r. 62 Grant 
Gesnki Christian, carpenter, r. 85 Da- 
vidson 
Gettier George W. moulder, bds. Ray 

House 
Getyendanner John, baker, John C. 

Weinberger, bds. California House 
Getyendanner William, elk. 138 S. Me- 
ridian 
Geyer David, tailor, J. Staub, 2 Odd 

Fellows Hall 
Geyer Martin, soap mkr. Francis Berg- 

mann, r. S. 111. nr. corporation line 
Gibbons Joseph, cooper, r. 138 Bluff rd. 
Gibbs Annie, (col'd) servant, bds. S. 

Tenn. cor. South 
Gibbs Duncan, ( col'd) barber J.G.Brit- 
ton, bds. 181 W. Wash. 
Gibbs William P. cabinet mkr.Wilkens 

& Hall, r. 33 S. West 
Giblin David, lab. r. 60 Bates 
Giblin John. elk. John McGinniss, bds. 

280 E. Wash. 
GIBSON ANDREW M. Gen. agt. Ins. 

Co. cor. Meridian and Wash. bds. 

162 N. N. J. 
Gibson Cyrus W. butcher, r. N. Tenn. 

bet. Fourth and Fifth 
Gibson David. (Sohl, Gibson & Co.) r. 

27 N. California 
Gibson Harvey, blacksmith, bds. cor. 

N. Y. and Douglas 
Gibson James, marble cutter, T. S. 

James & Co. r. 36 Fayette 
Gibson John, r. N. Miss. bet. Fifth and 

Sixth 
GIBSON WILLIAM T. Pres. Ins. Co. 

5 Odd Fellows Hall, r. 140 N. Ala. 



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Gibson William, carpenter, bds. nr. 

Pearl bet. S. N. J. and Ala. 
Gibson William S. carpenter, N. H. 

Low & Son, r. 30 S. N. J. 
Gideon Harvey (col'd) lab. bds. 623 N. 

Miss. 
Giesing Frederick, machinist, Eagle 

Machine Works 
Griezedamer Anna, wid. r. 319 X. Noble 
Giezedamer Henry, lab. bds. 319 N. 

Noble 
Giezedamer John, baker, r. 319 N. No- 
ble 
Giezedamer Rudolph, baker, bds 319 N. 

Noble 
Giezendumer Nicholas, baker, 170 W. 

Wasli. 
Giezendanner William, confectioner, 

bds. 138 S. Meridian 
Gilbert James, printer, Downey & 

Brouse, bds. 20 S. Penn. 
Gilbert Edward, life ins. agt. 4 Black- 
ford's Block, r. 303 Ind.av. 
Gilberts, bds. 73 N. 111. 
Gilbrecht Jacob, shoe mkr. 326 S. Del. 

r. same 
Gilchrist David, stone mason, r. 298 E. 

Mich. 
Gildersleeve Eliza L. teacher, Indiana 

Female College, bds. N. Meridian 

c. W. N. Y. 
Gilroy Daniel K. carpenter, bds. 26 

Douglas 
Gilkey Oliver B. architect, bds. 153 W. 

Md. 
Gilkison William F. printer, Journal 

Office, r. 127 Meek 
Gilleland James W. plasterer, r. — 

Dougherty 
Gilleland George, carpenter, bds. 277 

Va. av. 
Gillespie John, stone mason, bds. W. 

Indianapolis 
Gillespie William J. 116 N. Del. bds. 78 

E. Ohio 
Gillet Horace S. teacher, Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, r. 478 N. Penn. 
Gillett O. T. elk. bds. Oriental House 
Gillig Barnard, r. 63 Hosbrook 
Gillig Thomas, [Weibel & GilligJ r. 63 

Hosbrook 
Gillin John, farmer, r. 366 S. Tenn. 
Gillson Maria C. domestic, r. Institute 

for Blind 



G ilium Samuel A. student at Bryant, 

Stratton <& Co's. Commercial, 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Gilmore Daniel F. brick mason, r. 329 

Va a v. 
Gilmore George, upholsterer, Wilkens 

& Hall, bds. 153 W. Md. 
Gilmore Hannah, wid. Daniel, r. 94 

Douglas 
Gilmore Joseph L. upholsterer, Wil- 

kens & Hall, bds. 153 W. Md. 
Gilmore Thomas H. pressman. Downey 

& Brouse, bds. 329 Va. av. 
Gilmore Samuel H. [Nolan & Gilmore,] 

r. 94 N. Douglas 
Gilpin John, student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 
• Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Gilvin E. L. elk. bds. 171 S. N. J. 
Gimble Barbara M rs. r. 133 Fort Wayne 

av. 
Gimbel Heniy, porter, J. K. Sharpe, r. 

109 Stevens 
Gimbel Martin, cabinet maker, 103 E. 

Wash. r. 211 N. Davidson 
Gimbel Martin, porter. H. F. West & 

Co. r. 109 Stevens 
Gimbel Michael, elk. J. K. Sharpe, r.. 

109 Stevens 
Gimber Henry, teamster, r. 132 Bluff" 

rd. 
Gingel George, r. 328 S. Del. 
Gingrich John, wood worker, G. Lowe 
Ginz Henry, (Ginz & Bro.) r. 77 N. 

Liberty 
Ginz Michael, (Ginz & Bro.) r. 297 E. 

Ohio 
Ginz & Bro. (Henry and Michael Ginz,) 

saloon, basement Littles Hotel 
Gintensberger H. V. stone cutter r. 

Dunlop 
Gipe brakeman, C. & I. C. R.R.. 

bds. 5S Benton 
Girard Charles, mason, r. 286 N. Win- 
ston 
Girdler Jennie E. Miss, elk. J. II. Bald> 

win & Co. 
Girton Benjamin Franklin, teamstei 

bds. 291 E. Ohio 
Gisal Martin, bds. California House 
Gisiking Christiana, wid. Frederick, r| 

381 Va. av. 
Givan Margaret, wid. James, pres. Fe- 
male Bible Society, r. 246 E. Market 
Given George W. machinist, 313 E. 

George 
Givens O. C. student at Gregory's 

National Business College op 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Gizen Frederick, machinist, r. Wabash 

al. bet. N. J. and East 
Gladden Alfred H. cooper, 211 W. Md.. 

r. 30 S. West 



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Gladmon Archibald, brakeman, I. & C. 

R. R. bds. 144 Ind. av. 
Glaser, Mitchell & Co. (Glaser Bros, of 

Cincinnati, and Jacob Mitchell and 

Benjamin Gundelfinger) clothing, 

2 Bates House, 
Glaspy John, bds. Collins House 
Glass Henry, lab. r. 34 Helen 
Glass Michael, bds. 62 S. Del. 
Glasscock William, carpenter, r. 54 N. 

Bright 
Glavin Edward, apprentice, Sinker & 

Co. 
Glaze Edward, printer, r. 370 N. Tenn. 
Glaze George, confectioner, r. 370 N. 

Tenn. 
Glazier Catherine, wid. Jacob, bds. 178 

S.N.J. 
Glazier Charles, com. mer. r. 129 Va.av 
Glazier Daniel, engineer, r. 185 S. N.J. 
Glazier Francis II. steam fire engineer, 

r. 273 W. Wash. 
Glazier Peter F. fireman steam fire en- 
gine, bds. 273 W. Wash. 
Gleason John, bar keeper, George 

Rhodins, 15 N. Meridian 
Gleason John, janitor Sinking Fund, r. 

Sinking Fund blclg. 
Gleason Thomas, lab. r. Maple, betMc- 

Carty and Ray 
Gleeb Michael, lab. r. Wis,, cor. 111. 
Gleeson , messenger, Savings bank, 

bds. 71 E. Wash. 
Gleeson Wm. drayman, r. Mayhew, nr. 

Mich. rd. 
Glenett Horace, machinist, J. King & 

Co. bds. 11 S. Miss. 
Glenn Amanda, wid. John, r. 373 W. 

Wash. 
Glenn Hugh, (W. & H. Glenn) r. New 

York City 
Glenn Margaret, waiter. Palmer House 
GLENN O. FRANK, Agt. EDWARDS 

& BOYD. 16>^ E. Wash. 
Glenn Wm. (W. & H. Glenn) r. 292 N. 

Meridian 
GLENN W. & II. (William and Hugh 

Glenn) proprs. New York Store, 

dry goods, Glenn's Block, E. Wash. 

nr. Meridian 
GLENN'S BLOCK, from 25 to 33 E. 

Wash. 
Glessing Thomas B. artist, r. 237 W. 

N. Y. 
Glick John, machinist. Chandler & 

m Taylor, r. 367 W. Wash. 
Glines James, moulder, Eagle Machine 

Works 
Globe House, Herman Gruenert, 183 S. 

111. 
Glover Joseph N. terra cotta mnfr. r. 

426 N. Miss. 
Glover Nettie Miss, bds. W. Md. nr. 

Canal 
Glover Wm. B. moulder, r. 53 Eddy 



Gluck Herman, peddler, bds. 83 Ann 

Goas John II. (Goas & Co.) r. W. Mich, 
rd. 

Goas & Co. (John II. Goas and Joseph 
Nurre) glue mnfrs. Mich. rd. nr. 
Fishback's tannery 

Gochenower Samuel, sleeping-car con- 
ductor, B. 11. R. Line, bds. Sherman 
House 

Goddard Samuel, jr. (Goddard & Sons) 
r. 56 W. Ga. 

Goddard Samuel, sr., (Goddard & Sons) 
r. 56 W. Ga. 

Goddard & Sons (Samuel Goddard, 
Thomas Goddard and Samuel God- 
dard, jr.) stone cutters' lot cor. Ky. 
av. and W. Ga. 

Goddard Samuel, student at Bkyant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blacklord's 
Block 

Goddard Thomas, student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Goddard Thomas (Goddard & Sons) r. 
56 W. Ga. 

Godsall David, conductor C. & I. R.R. 
bds. Sherman House 

Goe Henry S. spoke factory, r. 179 S. 

Goe Henry S. turner, r. Maple bet. 
McCarty and Kay 

Goe Hezekiah M. grocer, 352 W. N. Y. 
r. same 

Goe Hezekiah N. elk. bds. 352 W. N. Y. 

Goe John C. spoke turner, bds. 266 S. 
111. 

Goe Lemuel T. (Winter & Goe) r. at 
Sharpsville 

Goebel Anna E. wid. Henry L. r. 126 
Hosbrook 

Goebel John, carpenter, r. 221 Bluff rd. 

Goedker Rudolph, tailor, r. East 

GOEPPER F. '& CO. (Frederick Goep- 
per and George Mannfeld) mer- 
chant tailors, 17 E. Wash. 

Goepper Frederick (F. Goepper & Co.) 
r. 75 N. 111. 

Goetzenderm John, baker, bds. Con- 
cordia House 

Goff David, lab. r. 241 Union 

Goff William R. engineer, bds. 181 S. 
Union 

Goffard Susannah, 183 Douglas 

Gogan Richard, boiler mkr. Sinker & 
Co. 

Gogen James, printer, Journal office, 
r. Blackford nr. Vernon 

Gogen Mary, wid. Richard, r. 52 S. Ala. 

Gogin Michael, lab. r. 474 E. Ga. 

Gobi John J. carpenter, r. 153 Huron 

Going Claiburne, (col'd) lab. 297 Ky. 
av. 

Goken William, sawyer, r. 43 S. N. J, 



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Golay A. M. student Bryant, Strat- 

TON & CO'S COMMERCIAL AND BUSI- 
NESS College, Blackford's Block 

Gold Samuel N . elk. N. W. Mutual Life 
Ins. Co. bds. 405 W. Wash. 

Gold Adam, grocer, 405 W. Wash. r. 
same 

Gold Samuel M. elk. bds. 405 W. 
Wash. 

Golden Dennis, lab. r. 373 Va. av. 

Golden Patrick, r. 2G3 S. Del. 

Golding Andrew J. painter, bds. 191 
Huron 

Golding James E. blacksmith, Chand- 
ler & Taylor, p. 193 E. Huron 

Goldihg Wm. G. Carriage, painter, r. 
191 Huron 

Goldman Jacob, rag dealer, r. 277 S. 
Del. 

Goldsberry Bayless S. ["L- D. Golds- 
berry & Bro.] bds. 129 1ST. 111. 

Goldsberry George, teacher, r. 241 Va. 
av. 

Goldsberry G. S. shipping elk. Cot- 
trell & Knight, r. 204 Va. av. 

Goldsberry Livingston D.[L. D. Golds- 
berry & Bro.] stoves, 9 Bates Block 
r. South c. Ala. 

GOLDSBERRY L. D. & BRO. [Liv- 
ingston D. and Bayless-S. Golds- 
berry,] hats and caps, 32 W. Wash. 

Goldsborough John F. engineer, r. 138 
E. McCarty 

Goll John, machinist, Sinker & Co's 

Gomer J. M. Rev. pastor German 
Evangelical Church 

Good Ezra, student, N. W. C. Univer- 
sity 

Good all Martin, [col'd] hod carrier, r. 
185 Elm 

Goodhart Benjamin F. [Faught, Tay- 
lor & Co.] r. Mich. hr. Del. 

Goodhart John F. elk. G. W. Leonard, 
r. 94 Mass. av. 

Good in carpenter, bds. 1G9 S. 



Tenn. 
Goodlif Robert, sign painter, r. rear 

282 N. Liberty 
Goodman Charles, cabinet mkr. r. Ill 

S. 111. 
Goodman George, cabinet mkr. r. 141 

N. Del. 
Goodman Mary J. milliner, 141 N. 

Del. r. same 

Magazines Bound in any style by Shurtleff & Macauley, 



Goodman Philip, sawyer, Osgood, 
Smith & Co's, bds. 331 S. Penn. 

Goodnoe Jonas D. lab. bds. 40G S. Tenn. 

Goodpeler Peter, elk. r. 204 N. Noble 

Goodrich Elizabeth, wid. Lewis, r. 753 
N. Miss. 

Good wilier Victoria, feeder, Journal 
Office, r. 153 Va. av. 

Goodwin Elijah, pres. Sinnissippi Fire 
Insurance Company, 35 E. Market 

Goodwin M. M. B. Mrs. editress and 
publisher Christian Monitor, Jour- 
nal Building 

Goodwin Robert M. (Morrow, Good- 
win & Hay,) r. 282 N. Penn. 

Goodwin Thomas A. (J. S. Dunlop & 
Co.) r. E. Wash. 2 miles E. of city 

Goodwin William E. engineer, C. & I. 
R. R. bds. 360 N. Ala. 

GOODYEAR WILLIAM, bonnet 
bleacher, 66 N. 111. bds. 73 N. 111. 

Gooseberry Andy (col'd) plasterer, r. 
Camp Carrington 

Gordon George E. lawyer, 6 Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, r. 230 N. Penn. 

Gordon James, r. 83 Ind.av. 

Gordon Jonathan W. (Ray, Gordon & 
March.) r.322W. N. Y. 

Gordon Maragaret, wid. George, r. 77 
Ind. av. 

Gordon Marion, bartender, r. 83 Ind. 
av. 

Gorgas Solomon A. hardware, r. 175 
N. Ala. 

Gorham William II. awning maker, r, 
78 Ind. av 

Gorion Nicholas, carpenter, r. 317 N. 
Davidson 

Gorke Adolph, builder, se. cor. Cedar 
& Elm 

Gorman Daniel, r. 82 Ind. av. 

Gorman James, switchman, B.R. R. r. 
90 S. East 

Gorman Patrick, bar tender, bds. 82 
Ind. av. 

Gorman Thomas, blacksmith, r. 76 S. 
Mo. 

Gorrell A. Willis, salesman, Henry F. 
West & Co. r. 169 N. Miss. 

Gorsnch Charles, salesman, Anderson, 
Bullock & Starrett, bds. Spencer 
House \ 

Gosney Lucy Mrs. r. 327 S. Ala. \ 

Gosney Richard M. brick mason, bds. 
327 S. Ala. 

Goss Louis, mason, r. 329 N. Davidson 

Goss Mark W. (Evans, Mayo & Co.) r. 
130 Va. av. 

Gosset Francis, teamster, r. 456 Roset 

GOTH, BROWN & BUSCHMANN, 
(Peter Goth, John W. Brown and 
William Buschmann,) grocers, pro- 
duce and feed, 489 N. N.J. 

Goth Edward G. student, N. W. C 
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Goth Jacob, tinner, D. Koot & Co. r. 

449 N. N. J. 
Goth Louis, tinner, D. Root & Co's. r. 

449 N. N. J. 
Goth Peter, (Goth, Brown & Busch- 

inann) r. 449 N. 1ST. J. 
Goth Valentine, carpenter, Hell wig & 

Go's, r. 376 E. N.Y. 
Gott Thomas, r. 219 S. Tenn. 
Gotte John, lab. r. 284 N. Liberty 
Gottschell John, foreman carpenter 

shop, C. & I. C. R. R. bds. Meek 

bet. Noble and Liberty 
Gougeon Mary, wid. Leon, r. 214 Hu- 
ron 
Gouget H. bds.Macy House 
Gough Eliza, (col'd) wid. Samuel, r. 

213 ]ST. West 
Goul Andrew, carpenter, C. & I. C. R. 

R. r. 185 Meek 
Goun Sarah Miss, dress maker, 227 E. 

Wash. r. 185 E. Meek 
Go use po hi Frederick, cabinet maker, 

r. 264 S. Noble 
Gousha John, r. room No. 3, Wallace 

&Coburn's Block 
Governor's Old House, (board'g house) 

60 W. Market nr. 111. 
Gowens William, (col'd) lab. M'Cord 

& Wheatley 
Grabhorn Henry, varnisher, r. 743 N. 

Ill 
Gracer Michael, lab. r. 34 Cherry 
Gradstann Henry, carpenter, r. Wis. 

cor. Bluff rd. 
Graefensteih William A. butcher, r. 491 

N. A!a. 
Graf George P. blacksmith, E. Wash. 

r. Mich. rd. 
Graff Joseph, gardener, r. 2S5 N. 111. 
Grafton John J. (Grafton & Woodruff) 

r. 172 W. Wash. 
Grafton M. E. Miss, principal prepara- 
tory department Indianapolis Fe- 
male Institute, bds. 74 E. Mich. 
GRAFTON & WOODRUFF. (John J. 

Grafton and John M. Woodruff) 

druggists, 172 W. Wash. 
Gra-ham— bds. 59 N. 111. 
Graham Albert C. messenger American 

Express Company 
Graham Elijah, expressman, bds. 14 S. 

Miss. 
Graham George, gardener, r. N. 111. c. 

3d 
Graham John J. flour and feed store, 

62 N. Penn. r. 244 S. N. J. 
Graham Mary, wid. Richard, r. 252 

Mass. av. 
Graham Richard, [col'd] lab. r.R.I.se. 

City Hospital 
Graham Richard, plumber, Coulter & 

White 
Graham Richard, stone cutter, bds. 74 

N. Penn. 



Graham Samuel, r. 37 N.Tenn. 
Graham William, brick maker, r. 141 

Huron 
Graham William E. carpenter, r. Pearl 

bet. S. N. J. and Ala. 
Grainet Henry, tailor, bds. Jefferson 

House 
Grainey Patrick, lab. r. 241 S. Tenn. 
Gramling Adam, salesman, J. & P. 

Gramling, r. 248 East 
Gramling Anthony, r. 210 N. Noble 
Gramling John A. salesman, [J. & P, 

Gramling,] r. Railroad c. East. 
Gramling John, [J. & P. Gramling,] 

r. 210 N. Noble 
GRAMLING J. & P. [ John and Peter 

Gramling] merchant tailors, 35 E. 

Wash. [See adv.] 
Gramling Peter, [J. & P. Gramling,] 

r. 212 N. Noble 
Graney D. lab. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Graney Dennis, teamster, bds. 87 S. 

West 
Graney John, drayman, r. 376 S. Tenn. 
Granger A. P. sergeant U. S. A. r. I1L 

sw. c. Ga. 
Grannaman Charles, hostler, Ray 

House 
GRANT J. LEWIS, genl. supt. Mer- 
chants Union Express Company, 

42 E. Wash. 
Grantz Win. Lunatic Asylum, r. 47 

Hosbrook 
Grass Adam, grainer, bds. Concordia 

House 
Grave Clark, student, Bryant, Strat- 

TON & CO.'S COMM'CIAL AND BUSI- 
NESS College, Blackford's Block 

Grave Highland, elk. Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co. r. 50 Ellsworth 

Graves Charles, receiving elk. Mer. 
Union Ex. Co. 

Graves Charles E. jeweller, r. 320 N. Ill, 

Graves Lewis W. r. 296 N. Meridian 

Graves Mick, [col'd] porter, C. & I. C. 
R. R. bds. 387 E. Ga. 

Graves Richard, confec. Ky. av. cor. 
Tenn. r. same 

Gravis Charles M. brickmason, r. 47 
Coburn 

Gravis Sebastian, brickmason, r. 47 E. 
Coburn 

Gravis Sebastian jr. brickmason, r. 47 
Coburn 

Gray engineer, r. 176 E. South 

Gray Bass, "fireman, paper mill, bds. 
272 W. Md. 

Gray Charles M. elk. C. & I. C. R. R. 
r. 332 E. Ohio 

Gray Columbus V. moulder, D. Root, 
& Co. r. 173 Roset 

Gray Frank, currier, bds. 73 E. Md. 

Gray H. C. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 



Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



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Gray Henry, fireman, paper mill, Dels. 

272 VV. Md. 
Gray Hiram, salesman, Speigle Thorns 

& Co. r. 34 & 50 W. Vt. 
Gray James A. student at Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24 V^ E. Wash. 
Gray James W. elk. Spencer House 
Gray Jerome, lab. r. N. 111. bet. 4th and 

5 th 
Gray John, music teacher, bds 272 W'. 

Md. 
Gray Jonathan, brickmason, r. 291 N. 

Liberty 
Gray Oliver B. fireman, Indianapolis 

Paper Mill, 172 VV. Md. 
Gray RJP: (OR. P. Grav & Co.) r. 286 

yx.'av. 
Gray Robert, carpenter, r. 78 E. St. 

/Clair 
Grav Robert, engi> eer. r. 28 Lord 
Gray R. P. & Co. (R. P. Gray and 

David V. Burns) real estate and 

claim agents, 83 E. Wash. 
Gray R. R. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Gray Samuel, r. 298 E. Market 
Gray Samuel F. agent star union line, 

r. St. Clair 
Gray Thomas, elk. Todd, Carmichael 

and Williams, r. 235 N. 111. 
Gray William, bakery. 98 E. South, r. 

same 
Grav William, engineer paper mill, 

bds. 272 AV. Md. 
Gray William, r 235 N. 111. 
Gray William II. painter r. 52 Green 
Grav W. Riley, engineer Indianapolis 

Paper Mill, 172 W. Md. 
Graydon Alexander, sr. r. 332 E. Ohio 
Gravdon Andrew, flour and feed, 41 

S. Ala. r. 332 E.Ohio 
Gravdon Charles M. elk. bds 332 E. 

Ohio 
Graydon William works C. & I. C. R. 

R. freight depot 
Grayson Sand ford W. conductor, Jeff. 

R. R, 
Greab Gottleib, stone mason, r. 334 N. 

Railroad 
Greanest Henry, proprietor, Jefferson 

House, 57 E. South, r. same 



Greany Dennis, lab. r. 175 Meek 

Great Eastern Dispatch, 82 Va. av. 

Great Western Dispatch, 82 Va. av. 

Great Western Horse Insurance Com- 
pany, Vinton's Block 

Grebe John, lab. r. 33 N. Liberty 

Green Ann, milliner, 21 N. East, r. 
same 

Green Charles S. [Green & Vrooman] 
bds. Macy House 

Green Davies M. elk. r. 364 N". Meridian 

Green Edward, [col'd] porter, Purdy's 
Business College, r. L. R. R. bet. 
1st and 2nd 

Green Eli, student at Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}£ E. Wash. 

Green George, tailor, r. 13 Willard 

Green G. W. blind maker, bds. Macy 
House 

Green Henry T. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Green James, r. 364 N. Meridian 

Green James, farmer, r. 339 Winston 

Green James W. pastor Strange Chapel, 
r. 183 N.Tenn. 

Green John, r. 21 N. East 

Green John C. [J. C. Green & Co.] r. 
510 N. Del. 

GREEN J. C. & CO. [John C. Green 
and John T. Houston] Drugs and 
Medicines, 98 E. Wash. 

Green Joseph, [col'd] lab. r. 225 N. 
Tenn 

Green Martha J. wid. Burgess, r. 37 
Maple 

Green Perry druggist, r. 129 N. Miss. 

Green Sarah, servant, S. 111. bet. Mer- 
rill and South 

Green Thomas C. salesman, Anderson, 
Bullock & Starrett, r. 364 N. Me- 
ridian 

Green W. II. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Green William H. lab. r. W. Indianap- 
olis 

GREEN & VROOMAN. [Charles S. 
Green and Addison Vro^Tan,] 
rustic shade manufactory, 40 Ky. 
av. 

Greenan Joseph, conductor, C. & I. R.R. 

Greene Allen C. chair painter, Schell- 
ing & Bro. r. 199 Huron 

Greene David W. chair painter, r. 199 
Huron 

GREENE JAMES, agt. Merchants' 
Union Express Co. office, 42 E. 
Wash. r. 364 N. Meridian 

Greene Leroy W. salesman, WK Evans, 
Mayo & Co. bds. Sherman House 

Greene N. S. book keeper, First Na- 
tional Bank, r. 364 N. Meridian 

Greenen Joseph, conductor, C. & I. C. 
R.R. bds. 58 Benton 



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Greenfield Daniel C. 

Wash. 
Greenfield Robert, r. 323 W. Wash. 
Greenin John, lab. Lieber's brewery, 

bds. Jefferson House 
Greenleaf & Anderson, (Clement L. 

Greenleaf and Milton Anderson) 

machine shop. 325 S. Tenn. 
Greenleaf Clement L. (Greenleaf & An- 
derson) r. 179 Eddy 
Greenleaf Edward, machinist, r. Tenn. 

bet. McCarty and Ray 
Greenleaf Timothy, machinist, bds. 416 

S. Tenn. 
Greenleaf Win, A. machinist, B. F. 

Haugh & Co. r. 416 S. Tenn. 
Greenstreet Jason, book keeper, B. & 

S. Collin, bds. Pyle House 
Greenawalt John G. elk. Ind. Military 

Agency, r. 223 1ST. Miss. 
Greenwalt Albert J. porter, Crossland, 

Maguire & Co. r. 448 S. 111. 
Greenway John B. shoe mkr. r. 237 

Madison av. 
Greenwood Joseph, drayman, r. Bethel 

rd. 
Greer Elisha, (E. & S. H. Greer) r. 107 

Meek 
GREER JAMES, furniture dealer, 249 

S. Miss. r. 242 S. Miss. 
Greer Stephen H. (E. & S. II. Greer) 

bds. 107 Meek 
GREER E. & S. II. (Elisha Greer and 

Stephen H. Greer) grocers, 285 E. 

Wash. 
Gregg James, wagon mkr. r. Ind. av. 

bet. Miss, and Mo. 
Gresfg Joshua, elk. John E. Fawkner, 

'bds. 36 N. Del. 
Gregor Henry, tailor, 121 S. 111. r. 223 

N. Noble 
Gregor Jeremiah W. checkman, I. & C. 

R. R. 32 Greer 
&regoire August, tailor, bds. California 

House 
Gregoiy Dennis, bar keeper. Albert 

Christy, bds. California House 
Gregory Thomas, moulder, D. Root & 

Co. bds. 176 S. Del. 
GREGORY URIAH, pres. Gregory's 

National Business College, 24)^ 

E. Wash. r. 80 S. Tenn. 
Gregory William B. (Foster, Hollo way 

& Co.) bds. Sherman House 
GREGORY'S NATIONAL BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE, 24^ E. Wash. 
Grein John, baker, 264 E. Wash. r. same 
Greiner John, shoe mkr. r. 187 E. South 
Greon Michael, r. rear, 325 S.Penn. 
Gresh Benjamin F. musician, 382 E. 

St. Clair 
Gresh Samuel, carpenter, r. 265 N. 

West 
Greuzard Louis S. painter, r. 454 Va. 

av. 



elk. bds. 323 W. ! Grey J. W. bds. Spencer House 

Gridjey S. P. student at Bryant 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackfords 

Block 
Griese Frank A. grocer, 83 E. McCarty, 

r. same 
Grieshaber John, boiler mkr. Eagle 

Machine Works 
Griesheimer John, saloon, 80 S. Del. r. 

same 
Griesheimer Morris, (M. Dernham & 

Co.) bds. Circle Restaurant 
Grifenstine Win. meat market, 105 

Mass. av. r. 491 N. Ala. 
Griff John, boiler mkr. Sinker & Co. 
Griffen Michael, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 
Griffin' Bat. expressman, r. 26 James 
Griffin Denis, lab. r. 252 S. Mo. 
Griffin George, elk. Doty & Griffin, bds. 

376 S. Del. 
Griffin James, lab. r. 2 Walters 
Griffin John, carpenter, r. nr. river 

bank, bet. Vinton and Rockwood 
Griffin John, lab. r. 75 Fayette 
Griffin John II. (col'd) teamster, r. Mo. 

bet. Ind. av. and North 
Griffin John W. painter, r. 376 S. Del. 
Griffin Martin, expressman, r. Camp, 

nr. St. Clair 
Griffin Martin, lab. r. 115 Elm 
Griffin Michael, bds. cor. Rose and 

Grant 
Griffin Michael, drayman, r. 95 Fayette 
Griffin Michael, engineer, r. 142 S. No- 
ble 
Griffin Michael, lab. r. S. West, nr.Rose 
Griffin Michael, teamster, r. 90 Fayette 
Griffin Michael, teamster, bds. 2d, bet. 

111. and Meridian 
Griffin Patrick, r 378 S. Del. 
Griffin Patrick, lab. r. 23 Bates 
Griffin Patrick, lab. r. 153 Huron 
Griffin Peter, printer. Journal office, 

bds. Oriental House 
Griffin Sarah A. wid. James, r. 362 S. 

Del. 
Griffin Thomas, lab. 142 S. Noble 
Griffin Thomas, lab. bds. 294 Madison 

av. 
Griffin Timothy, lab. bds. 26 James 
Griffin Timothy, (Griffin & Doty) r. 

376 S. Del. 
GRIFFIN & DOTY, (Timothy Griffin 

and David Doty) saloon, 48 S- Penn. 
Griffith A. E. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Griffith Albert, tinner, Chas. Cox, 76^ 

W. Wash. 
Griffith Andrew J. r. 435 N. East 
Griffith Carmi, carpenter, r. 23 Short 
Griffith George, plasterer, r. 83 W. St. 

Clair 
Griffith Humphrey, 78 N. 111. 

No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



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Griffith James IT. engineer, I. & C. R. 

K.bds. 99 Benton 
Griffith Josiah R. real estate agt, r. 42 

S. Miss. 
Griffith Pleasant F. bds. 78 N. 111. 
Griffith Traver, carpenter, arsenal, r. 

Broadway, nr. eor. Cherry 
Griffiths John, switch man, Central It. 

It. bds. 177 Meek- 
Grift Henry, lab. Lesh & Tousey, r. 

Roset 
Grigby James, carpenter, r. 114 Mich. 

rd. 
Griggs Richard TV. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Griggsb'- Gabriel, tobacconist, James 

Cahall, bds. G2 Gray 
Griggsby Morris, cook* Spencer House. 
Grim Casper, carriage painter, r. 174 

E. St. Joseph 
Grim Jacob J. sr. cistern builder, r.174 

E. St. Joseph 
Grim Jacob J. jr. carriage builder, r. 

174 E. St. Joseph 
Grim L. student at Bryant. Strat- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College. Blackford's Block 
Grim Mary, wid. John, r. St. Mary, bet. 

Ala. and Del. 
Grimes Elmore, cooper, bds. 297 W. 

Wash. 
Grimos Win. H. carpenter. Emerson, 

Beam & Thompson, r. 325 N. West 
Grinding Adam, elk. r. 248 E. La. 
Grimm John, brewer, bds. cor. South 

and Penn. with H. Gruenert 
Grimm John, cabinet mkr. Cabinet 

Makers' Union, 105 E. Wash. 
Grimm Wendle, cabinet mkr. r. nr. 

Camp Morton 
Grinsteiner George, undertaker, 276 

E. Market, r. same 
Grobe Charles H. confectionary and 

eating saloon, 12 La. r. same 
Groff Alexander, lab. bds. 314 E.George 
Groff Geo. cooper, bds. 314 E. George 
Grol Jemmie, lab. Rolling Mill, bds. 

302 S. West 
Grooms Ansel G. book keeper, Journal 

office, r. 412 N. N". J. 
Grosch John, ale dealer, 203 N\ Noble, 

r. same 



Gross Alfred S. elk. Mrs. Neinian & 
Sons. r. 128 S. 111. 

Gross Charles, baker, bds. 68 S. West 

Grossman William, carpenter, r. 123: 
Fourth 

Grosvenor Julius A. Indianapolis Ag- 
ricultural Works, bds 188 S. Miss. 

Grottier Frank, harness mkr, with 
Beyer & Thorns, bds. Pyle House 

Grougit J. T. bds. 59 N. 111. 

Grove Benjamin, grocer, 296 E. Ohio r 
r. 171 N. Spring 

Grove Benjamin F. agt. Wilson's mar- 
ble yard, r. 171 N. Spring 

Grove Samuel A. elk. r. 171 N. Spring 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING MA- 
CHINE CO. 36 E. Wash. TSee 
adv. J 

GRUBBS DANIEL W. sec. Union Fire- 
and Franklin Life Ins. Co. and 
lawyer and notary public, Martin- 
(dale & Grubbs.) W. Wash. nw. c. 
Meridian, r. 282 NY 111. 

Grubbs George W. student at law and 
notary public, Wash. ne. cor. Me- 
ridian, bds. 84 Mass. av. 

Grube Jacob, carpenter, r. 356 S. 111. 

Gruenert Herman, Globe House, 183 S. 
111. r. same 

Gruenert John II. Jefferson House, 57$ 
South 

Gruephaber John, moulder, r. 349 S. 
Ala. 

Guezet Alexander, painter, r. 297 S. 
Del. 

Grulic Andrew. lab. r. 163 E. St. Mary's- 

Grund George, blacksmith, Washing- 
ton Foundry, r. 137 Bluff rd. 

Grundy Felix (col'd) shoe mkr. W» 
Ga. cor. Ky. av. r. same 

Grunt George!, blacksmith. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works 

Grunwoth Thomas, mason, bds. Illi- 
nois House 

Grust A. C« student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Go's Commercial and Bu- 
siness College. Blackford's Block 

Guardian Life Insurance Co. 4 Black- 
ford's Block 

Guffin Henry C. (Guffin & Parker) r. 
231 Mass. av. 

Guffin Lewis II. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versitv 

Guffin & Parker (Henry C. Guffin and 
Robert P. Parker)la wyers, 2 Black- 
ford's Block 

Gnhin Jeremiah, stone cutter, r. 244 S. 
■>' 111. 

Guite Coney, pump mkr. E. N. Y. nr. 
Noble 

Guinn Eliza J. wid. Seth, r. 439 S. 111. 

Guion Jonathan A. student N. W. C. 
University 

Guisell Christopher, carpenter, B. R. 
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Guiteer George, moulder, bds. Ray 
House 

Gulion James N. carpenter, r. 10 Wal- 
ters 

Gulliver William, barber, r. 79 Ky. av. 

Gump'tiry Joseph, carpenter, r. 112 N. 
Noble 

Gundelfinger Benjamin (Glaser, Mitch- 
ell & Co.) r. 40 N. East 

Gunkle Anthony W. brick mkr. r. 36 
Orient E. city limits 

Gunther Christian, stone cutter, r. 1-1-7 
S. Union 

Gunther Robert, gardener, John M. 
Lord, bds. Sheridan House 

Gustetter Frederick, express man, 
Speigel ct Thorns 

Gustin Guinn, brakeman, B. R. R. bds. 
275 N. N. J. 

Gustin John, with A. L. Hunt & Co. 
bds. Pyle House 

Gustin Levi, physician, La. cor. 111. r. 
275 X. N. J. 

Gustin Lewis Q. conductor C. R. R. 
bds. 275 N. N. J. 

Guth Edward, machinist, r. 364 S. 111. 

Gutig Henry, barber, r. 280 E. Market 

Gutiniz Henry, drayman, r. 224 1ST. 
Davidson 

Gutperle Peter, salesman, Speigel, 
Thorns & Co. r. Noble 

Gutzweiler F. lab. Osgood, Smith & 
Co. Hub Fac. 230 S. 111. 

Guy Fredrick, bds. 362 N. West 

Guy J. J. C. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24)4 E. Wash. 

Guyer David, tailor, Joseph Staub, r. 
Wisconsin nr. 111. 

Guvnn William, frt. conductor T. H. & 
"I. R. R.r. 16 Henry 

HAAG Charles, lab. r. 274 Mass. 
av. 
Haas Geo. baker, 314 N. 1ST. J. r. same 
Habeny Henry, carpenter, r. 185 W. 

n. y. 

Haber Wm. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 

Hack George, blacksmith, r. 112 Ya. 
av. 

Hack George, helper. Case, Marsh & 
Wiggins, r. 86 N. West 

Hack John, [Georgi & Hack] r. 189 Va. 
av. 

Hacker Asbev P. collector for Mc- 
Creery & Fay. r. 465 E. Ga. ft 

HACKER WILLIAM, Gr. Sec. F. and 
A.M. Masonic Hall 

Hackett William, lab. 64 S. Liberty 

Hackey Joseph, carpenter, r.69 E. Mc- 
Carty 

Hackleman Thomas, elk. Charles E. 
Merrifield, 150 N. Tenn. 



Hackney William, student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Ilackstein Christian, lab. Rolling Mill 
r. 166 Union 

Hacky Mary Mrs. wid. John, r. 170 N. 
Winston 

Hadley Cyrus P. student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Hadley David, student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Hadley H. C. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)£ E. Wash. 

Hadley John W. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Hadley William, city assessor, Glenn's 
Block r. 381 N. Del. 

Haefner August, boots and shoes, 127 
W. Wash. r. same 

Haehl Henry J. baker and confec. c. 
Wash, and S. Tenn. r. same 

Haerle William, trimmings and fancy 
goods, 36 W. Wash. r. 342 N. 111. 

Hafiield Joseph, teamster, r. 315 E. 
N. Y. 

Hafner Doris Mrs. actress, German 
Theatre, bds. 30 Ky.'av. 

Hafner John, actor, German Theatre, 
bds. 30 Ky. av. 

Hagar Edward C.book keeper, Fletch- 
er's Bank, bds. ws. Penn. c. N. Y. 

Hagedon Wm. H. elk. Hume, Adams 
& Co. 26 W. Wash. 

Hagenbaugh Henry, elk. Little's Hotel 

Hagenbaugh Scott, student N. W. C. 
University 

Hagenbaugh William, student, N. W. 
C. University 

HAGENBAUGH WILLIAM, pro- 
prietor Little's Hotel, 201 E. Wash. 
c.S.N. J. __ 

Hager Eliza, wid. rT314 N. East 

Hager Francis, servant, 104 Va. av. 

Hagerty Jane, wid. Daniel, r. Maple c 
Morris 

Hagerty John, r. Maple, nr. Morris 

Hagerty John, student at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 
and Business CoLLEGE,Blackford's 
Block 

Hagerty Patrick, teamster, r. 261 S. 
Tenn. 

Hagerty Timothy, lab. r. Maple, cor. 
Morris 

Haggart David, general agt. Great 
Western Horse Ins. Co. Vinton 
Block, r. Columbus, Ohio 

Haggerty James, currier, John Fish- 
back, r. 125 Meridian 



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Hahl Henry J. student at Bryant, 

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Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Halm Charles F. (C. Frese & Co.) r. 79 

X. Ala. 
Halm Charles F. (Ilahn & Bals) r. Un- 
ion Ball 
llahn Henry, boarding house, 65 S. 

East, r. same 
Halm Jacob, bcls. 227 S. Tenn. 
Halm John F. butcher, bds. 366 S. 111. 
Halm Louis, butcher, 229 S. Term. r. 

227 S. Tenn. 
HAHN & BALS, (Charles F. Halm and 

Charles H. G. Bals) wines and 

liquors. 25 S. Meridian 
Haid Frederick, butcher, Noble, nr. 

Meek 
Hailey Kate, waiter, Palmer House 
Haines Elizabeth, cook, 109 Va. av. 
Haines George, wagon mkr. Case, 

Marsh & Wiggins, r. 1S3 \V. N. Y. 
Haines Phillip, confectioner, r. 65 W. 

Mich. 
Hainzo Lewis, dyer. r. 79 Elizabeth, nr. 

Blake 
Haisch John, printer, " Volksblatt" 
Hakies James, lab. D. Boot & Co.'s 

Machine Works 
Halday Louis, r. 162 W. Wash. 
Haider August, butcher, r. 207 W. Mich. 
Hale Henry J. machinist, r. 37 S. West 
Hale Henry J. foreman, r. 81 Mass. av. 

HALE JUDSON, physician, bds. 59 KT. 
111. ( 

Haler P. lab. C. & I. C. B. R. 

Hales Albert F. carpenter, r. cor. 1st 
and Lafayette R, R. 

Haley Dennis, lab. r. Ann bet. McCarty 
and Pay 

Haley Jeremiah, lab. r. 68 Coburn 

Haley Oliver, engineer, r. 180 Dough- 
erty 

Halford Albert J. student, bds. 118 E. 
St. Mary 

Halford E. Mrs. wid. Elijah, r. E. St. 
Mary 

Halford. Elijah W. notary public, r. 118 
St. Mary 

Halford William E. messenger Daily 
Evening Gazette, 27 S. Meridian 

Hall Charles B. collector, Herald Of- 
fice, bds. Pyle House 

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Hall Charles B. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Hall Charles E. student at N. W. C. 

University 
Hall Charles W. [late "Herald,] r. 71 

W.Mich. 
Hall Chloe C. Mrs. 6 W. Wash. bds. 

Palmer House 
Hall Earl J. carpenter, r. 31 Coburn 
Hall Edward K. [Lawyer & Hall] r. 

Noblesville. Ind. 
Hall Eli A. tailor, 62 E. Wash. r. 556 N. 

111. 
Hall Frank, carrier, Gazette Office, 27 

S. Meridian 
Hall Franklin, lab. r. Elizabeth, S. W. 

City Hospital 
Hall George, painter, bds. 33 N. Noble 
Hall George, student, John W. Blake, 

bds. Md. cor. Miss. 
Hall H. C. student at Gregory's 

National Busivess College of 

Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 
Hall Henry C. Sinnissippi Fire Insu- 
rance Company. 35 E. Market 
Hail James, [cord] lab. r. 114 Ash 
Hall John S. r. 283 Patterson S. City 

Hospital 
Hall Leonard A. heater Polling Mill, 

r. 10 Henry 
Hall Lewis R. book keeper, C. E. Gei- 

sendorff & Co. bds. 126 X. Tenn. 
Hall Marshall E. carpenter, bds. 2nd 

bet. 111. and Meridian 
Hail Martin, railroad engineer, r. 50 

Huron cor. Noble 
Hall Reginald II. (Rand & Hall) r. 210 

N. Meridian 
Hall Thomas Q. (Wilkens & Hall) r. 

125 E. Walnut 
Hall Truman W. r. 704 N. Tenn. 
Hall Win. (col'd) carpenter, r. Bright, 

bet. North and Mich. 
Hall Wm. machinist, I. & C. R. R, r. 

197 Bates 
Hall Wm. M. D. salesman, Donaldson 

& Alvey, bds. Pyle House 
HALL & HUTCHINSON, (Chailes W. 

Hall and Charles P. Hutchinson) 

proprs. Indianapolis Herald, 16j^ 

E. Wash, (dissolved.) 
Hallahan Jeremiah, lab. r. 44 Elizabeth 
Hallam Thomas, carpenter, bds. 145 N. 

Miss. 
Hallen Mary Mrs. r. 130 Meek 
Hellene George, terra cotta manfr. J. 

N. Glover, r.461 S.N. J. 
Haller George P. carpenter, bds. 65 S. 

East 
Haller Leon. elk. Jones, Davis & Co. r. 

Del. nr. Market 
Hallian Thomas, lab. r. W. end Coburn 
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Hafiney George, baker, r. 314 N. N. J. 
Halpin Martin 11. printer, Journal of- 
fice, r. 229 E. Vt. 
Halpin Mary, wid. James, r. 25 Maple 
Halpin Patrick, r. 25 Maple 
Halpin Win, steward, Sherman House, 

bds. ShermanTIouse 
Halsell Benjamin, r. Coburn, bet. 

Wright and East m 

Halsker "Benjamin, lab. C. «& I. C. frT 

depot, r. 505 S. Tenn. 
Halsker Henry, lab. C. & I. C. depot, 

bds. 505 S. Tenn. 
Haltman Henry, lumber man, r. 335 N. 

Noble 
Haltmeyer Charles, carpenter, r. S. 

Del. nr. city liimts 
Haly Dennis, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

"Mill Co. , 

Haly Patrick, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 

ino; Mill Co. jg * 

Hamaday N. W. student at Gregory's ., 

National Business College of 

Trade. 24K L. \\>sh. 
Hamburg Henry, cook, Spencer House 
Hamer Sarah, wid. Godfrey, r. 311 W. 

Wash. 
Hamerler George E. terra cotta/works, 

r. 461 Roset 

Hamill Bernard, drayman, r. 493 N. 

Miss. ■* 

Hamill Michael, drayman, r. McCarty 

nr. river bank 
Hamill Phillip, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Company 
Hamilton Alexander, machine hand 

Warren Tates factory 
Hamilton Alfred, elk. Willard & Stow- 

ell, r. 63 N. Ala. 
Hamilton Benjamin, moulder, r. 128 E. 

Merrill 
Hamilton C. Mrs. [Hamilton & Haz- 

zard] r. 63 N. Ala. 
Hamilton Francis W. Deputy County 

Auditor, r. 291 S. N. J. 
Hamilton Frank W. elk. auditor's of- 
fice, r. 291 S. N. J. 
Hamilton House, S. 111. nr. Ga. 
Hamilton James, brick moulder, bds. 

Mich. rd. E. city limits 
Hamilton James, [J. King & Co.] r. 517 

Maple 
Hamilton James A. deputy county li- 
brarian, r. 138 E. Pratt 
Hamilton John, bds. 32 E. Ohio 
Hamilton John, machinist. B. R. R. 

machine shop, r. Mich. rd. E. city 

limits 
Hamilton John L. farmer, r. toll gate, 

Mass. av. 
Hamilton John W. Insurance agt. and 

notary public, room 1 Vinton's 

Block, r. 138 E. Pratt 
Hamilton Mrs. wid. matron Sherman 

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Hamilton Patrick, lab. JBtna Mills, r. 
300 W. Market 

Hamilton Perry, grocer, 243 Bluff rd. 
r. same 

Hamilton Robert A. machinist, J.King 
& Co. r 517 S. Maple 

Hamilton Robert B. tollman, Mass. av. 

Hamilton Samuel bds. Mich. rd.E. city 
limits 

Hamilton Samuel A. helper, B. R. R. 
machine shop, r. Mich. rd. E. 
city limits 

Hamilton Sarah, wid. John, r. Mich, 
rd. E. city limits 

Hamilton T. "D. proprietor Hamilton 
House, 87 & 89 S. 111. r. same 

Hamilton Thomas J. carpenter, r. 20 
S. East 

Hamilton William; student at Bryant 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Hamilton William II. H. book binder, 
W. Sheets, r. Miss. bet. Ohio and 
X. Y. 

Hamilton William S. machinist, r. 74 
S. Noble 

HAMILTON &HAZZARD, (C.Ham- 
ilton and M. Hazzard) proprietors 
Pattison House, 63 NY Ala. 

HAMILTON & SHAW, (Andrew J. 
Hamilton and James Shaw) retail 
'druggists 47 S. 111. 

Hamlin Carlin, (Hamlin & Jones) r. 
11 Circle 

Hamlin L. H. livery stable, 200 S. 111. 
r. 198 S. 111. 

Hamlin Richard, turner, r. 420 S. 111. 

Hamlin William H. telegraph opera- 
tor and elk. I. <fe C. R. R. shop, r. 
Bates nr. Eddy 

HAMLIN & JONES, (Carlin Hamlin 
and John P. Jones) lawyers, no- 
tary public, war claim and collec- 
tion agents, Waih . ne. cor. 111. 

Hammall PliMj lab. bds 26 Willard 

Hammel AiflP Hblacksmith, 83 N. 

HammelWJ!rr*£vcigar mikr. r. 181 N. 
Nobl<* % 

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Hammond Lawrefice, lab. r. 375 W. 
Wash. ,~. 



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r. 174 W. Mich. 

Hammond Upton J 
and Howland) i 

Hampton Jeh'iel 

Wash. r. 365 W. Vt.~ 

Hanavvay Amos, Rev. pastor United 
Brethren Church, r. 24 Chatham 

Hancock Albert R. carpenter, r. Win- 
ston, bet. N..Y. and Mich. 

Hancock A. R. student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>X E. Wash. 

Hancock John, student Gregory's 
National Business Collegk or 
Trade. 24)4 E. Wash. 

Hand Adolpbiis C. brick maker, r. 
Madison rd. N. Nebraska 

Hand William, brick mkr. r. Nebraska 

Handerling Heinrich, lab. 31 Biddle 

Handraheii Francis II. lab. r. 278 S. 
Tenn. 

Handrigan Larry, lab. r. Biddle 

Haneman John, (J. & T. Haneman) r. 
135 Mass. av. 

HANEMAN J. & T. (John Haneman 
and Theodore Haneman) retail gro- 
cers, 135 Mass. av. 

Haneman Theodore, (J.&T. Haneman) 
r. 135 Mass. av. 

Haney , peddler, r. 129 N. Peru 

Haney George, carpenter, r. 123 S. No- 
ble 

Hanf Henry, lab. r. 113 Davidson 

Hanf Henry, boiler mkr. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works 

Hanf Valentine, expressman, r. 140 
Davidson 

Han ford J. T. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 

Hank Nicholas, moulder, r. 213 S. Ala. 

Hank Peter, mould ejH*ffl|gl3 S. Ala. 

Hanley Emeline M$nMy*k\ bds. 73 
N. 111. EW 

Hanley Patrick, currieTyr. 7,1 E^Id. 

Hanlin Catharine, wid. WillffiRr. 19 
S. West m ; 

Hanlon Frank, saloon, r. 176 W.Jphio 

Hanlon James, -bar keeper. Palmer 
House saloon, bds. 176 W. Ohio 



i Hanlon Mary A. wid. Matthias, r. 324 

i E. N. Y. 

| Hanly John, elk. 178 S. Del. bds. Ray 

House 
Hanna David, cooper, bds. 380 S. Mo. 
Hanna Emeline, folder, Herald office, r. 

380 S. Mo. m 

I Hanna Geo. W. cooper, r. 380 S. Mo. 
| Hanna Henry, pump mkr. bds. 2d, bet. 

fill, and Meridian 
Sllanna Jam* M. editor Herald, 16^ 

E. Wash. bds. Palmer House 
Hanna John L. r. 407 E. St. Clair 
Hanna Mary, sewer, r. 380 S. Mo. 
Hanna MaryE. teacher, r. Institute for 

Blind 
Hanna Samjjel C. (Grossland, Maguire 

& Co.)*. 388 N. I'll. 
Hanna Valentine C. late paymaster, r. 

172 N. -Meridian 
Hannah Louisa, servt. 8 Noble 
Hannah Samuel, r.»131 N. Meridian 
llannaman Henry G. clk.Ind. military 
agency, r. E. Wash, suburbs. 

HANNAMAN WILLIAM. Agt. IncL 

military agency, r. E. Wash, out- 
side city limits 
Ilannan Edward, heater, Rolling Mill,. 

r. 183 High 
Banning *John G. (Ramsay & Han- 

ning,)%r. 135 E. St. Joseph 
Flannon E. J. elk. Wheeler & Wilson, 

bds. 98 W. Vt. 
Hanover Christian, carriage mkr. 

r. 2 Arch. 
Hanrahan Catharine Mrs. wid. John r. 

273 S. Tenn. 
Hanrahan Michael, T. & I. R. R. fr't 

depot, bds. 273 S. Tenn. 
Hanrahan Patrick G. saloon, 267 S. 

Tenn. r. 263 S. Tenn. 
Hansen John, painter, bds. 30 Ky. av. 
Hanshaw Jerry, (col'd) boardinghouse 

r. al. bet. W. Ga. and W. Md. cor. 

S. Mo. 
Hansing Anthony F. bar keeper, r. 

253 'W. Wash. 
Hanson Milton, student Bryant. 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Hanson A. P. bds. Macv House 
Hanson Chas. elk. r. 24 W. McCarty 
Hanssen Peter, shoe mkr. bds. 259 S. 

Del. 
Hanthorn Nancy A. wid. William, r. 

127 E. Wash. 
Han way Samuel, street contractor, r. 

N.Liberty 
Hanway Thomas H. brick mason, bds. 

171 'N. Spring 
Haon C. F. bds. Union Hall 

Hapenny Theodore S. r. 32 W. St. 
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Haper Jemima, (col'd) WM. James, r. 

75 4th 
Harbison Alexander L. engineer. 

Journal Office, bds. 136 W. Vt. 
Harbison Robert, mess. Am. Ex. Co. r. 

136 W. Vt. 
Harbison Sarah, wid. Robert, r. 136 W. 

Vt. 
Harbison William, r. 136 W. Vt. 
Harbit Elcy, wid. George, r. 37 W. 

McCarty 
Harden Richard, barber, 297 W. Wash. 

bds. If. Mo. 
Hardesty E. J. train dispatcher, J. M. 

& I. R. R, bds.'Ray House 
Hardey H. bds. California House 
Hardin Edwin, carpenter, r, 225 E. 

Market 
Hardin John G, elk. r. 231 W. South 
Hardin R. E. (Haywood & Hardin) 

r. 225 E. Market 
Hardin Robert, lab. C. F. Schmidt, 

brewery, McCarty. cor. High 
Hardin Samuel, carpenter, Haywood & 

Hardin, bds. 225 E. Market 
Harding* George A. student X. W. C. 

University 
Harding George C. editor "Herald" r. 

127 W. 1st 
Harding George W. lab. r. 309 E. K. 

Y. 
Harding Jacob O. printer, Gazette 

Office, bds. W. S. 111. nr. Market 
Harding John, elk. F. P. Smith, r. 147 

W. Sou tli 
Hardline John, cabinet mkr. Spiegel 

Thorns & Co. 
Hard mail H. E. student at Bryant 

Stratton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Hardwick Hellen, r. 33 Fletcher av. 
Hardwick James L. student Grego- 
ry's National Business College* 

of Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
Hardwick John, carpenter, Sims and 

Machett, r. 33 Fletcher av. 
Hardwick John, book keeper, Landers 

t% Co. bds. Snelson House 
Hardy E. A. salesman, bds. Collins 

House 
Hardy G. H. student N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Hardy Patrick, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 
Hare Marcus L. wood yard, E. Md. nr. 

Penn. r. 413 1ST. 111. 
Hargin John, printer, Herald Office, 

bds. Commercial Hotel 
Hargrave R. W. student Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Hargueth Theodore, cabinet maker, 
Harkness John, printer, r. 179 N. Penn. 

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Harlan George, (Smith & Harlan) r. 

191 Mass. a v. 
Harlan Levi, elk. R. W. Iliif & Son, 

bds. 79 N. Ala. 
Harlan Lorenzo D. physician, 189 S. 

Ala. r. same 
Harley John, express driver r. 22 James 
Harley Richard, hack driver, bds. 22 

James 
Harley William, notions, r. 342 X. 111. 
Harliu George, turner, r. 136 N. Tenh. 
Harlow F. E. receiving elk. Adams 

Express Company 
Harman Otto, lab. r. 262 S. Del. 
Harman Stephen, engineer, I. <fc C. R. 

R. bds. 99 Benton 
Harmining Christian, drayman, r. 59 

S. Meridian 
Harmininsr Herman, dravman, Judson 

& Dodd, r. 76 Railroad 
Harnady Thomas B. carpenter, r. 365 

$, Ala. 
Harness George, piler, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Company 
Harness Solomon, r. 39 E. McCarty 
Harpell Jerry, elk. bds. Commercial 

Hotel 
Harper Charles, carpenter, bds. 35 Ind. 

av. 
Harper George, conductor, C. & I. R. R. 
Harper George, (col'd) waiter, Concor- 
dia House 
Harper H. Osgood, Smith & Co's hub 

factory 230 S. 111. 
Harper Henry, cooper, r. 162 Bluff rd. 
Harper James, painter, r. 38 Bates 
Harper James P. asst. civil engineer. 

city civil engineers' office, r. 434 

N. Del. 
Harper Jefferson, carpenter, r. 252 K. 

Miss. 
Harper John L. (Ray, Mayhew & Co.) 
1^ r. 269 E.Mark et 
«arper William, livery and sale stable 
% 30 S. Penn. r. 32 S. Penn. 
Harra Thomas, teamster, bds. 147 W. 

Md. 
Harra William, (Faucett & Harra) r. 

70 Ky. av. 
Harra VVilliam. hostler, bds. 147 W. 

Md. 
Harrington Bridgett, servant Macy 

House 
Harrington Dennis, lab. r. 90 Railroad 
Harrington E. M. De Miss, teacher, bcls. 

74 E. Mich. 
Harrington Mary, waiter, Palmer 

House .-«*# 
Harris Addison C. (Dye & Harris) r. 

N. J. c*>r. Mass. av. 
Harris Benjamin, attorney at law, r. 

299 N. Ala. 
Harris Bug, (col'd) lab. r. 229 Minerva 
Harris Charles E. carpenter, r. 140 E. 

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Harris David, lab. r. 32 Helen 

Harris David, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Harris E. Mrs. cleaning and repairing, 

62 S. 111. 
Harris George W. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial 

and Business College, ' Black- 
ford's Block 
Harris Henry, (col'd) painter, r. 125 X. 

Cal. 
Harris John IT. livery and sale stable, 

163 W. Wash. r. Pearl, cor. Miss. 
Harris Lonis, hack driver, r. al. bet. N. 

J. and E. Wash, and Market 
Harris Marion W. r. cor. Pearl and 

Miss. 
Harris Mnmford, (col'd) white washer. 

r. 125 X. Cal. 
Harris Sophia, (col'd) wid. Benjamin, 

r. Howard, bet. 2d and 3d 
Harris Thomas W. plasterer, r. 388 S. 

West 
Harris Wm. (col'd) barber. 319 E. Wash. 

r. same 
Harris Win. Henry Col. commander, 

arsenal, r. arsenal 

Harrison , bds. 32 E. Ohio 

Harrison Alfred. (A. & J. C. S. Har- 
rison) r. 252 X. Meridian 
Harrison Archibald I. elk. W. Sheets, 

r. 95 X. Perm. 
HARRISON A. & J. C. S. (Alfred am 

John C. S. Harrison) proprs. Har 

risons' Bank, 15 E. Wash. 
Harrison Benjamin, (Porter, Harrison 1 

& Fishback) r. North, se. cor. Ala. 
Harrison Edward G. elk. Harrisons' 

Bank. bds. 252 X. Meridian 
Harrison Irwin, r. 95 X. Penn. 
Harrison Irwin C. brick mkr. r. Mc- 

Carty. cor. Ann 
Harrison John C. S. (A. & J. C. S.Har- 
rison) r. 262 X. Meridian 
Harrison Joseph G. student X. W. C. 

University 
Harrison Louis, (col'd) servant, 74 E. 

Mich. 
Harrison Reuben E. attv 

notary public, 19 W. Wash, bds. 23 

Cherry 



Harrison Thomas, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. r. 8 Willard 
HARRISONS' BANK, 15 E. Wash. 
Harsiu Chas. B. carpenter, Draper & 

Cochran, bds. 209 Draper 
Hart Abraham, rag peddler, r. 320 N". 

Railroad 
Hart Andrew T. tinner. Munson & 

Johnston, bds. 111. bet. Market and 

Ohio 
Hart Edward F. elk. U. S. Ex. r. 19 W. 

Pratt 
Hart E. J. student, Gregory's Xa- 

tional Business Co lege of 

Trade, 21}^ E. Wash. 
Hart Francis, carpenter, bds. rear 231 

E. Market 
Hart James, lab. r. 117 Ind. a v. 
Hart James R. driver. Am. Ex. Office. 
Hart John R. Merchants' Police 
Hart Michael, r. 57 Dougherty 
Hart Thomas C. elk. W. & H. Glenn, 

bds. Snelson House 
Hart Thomas II. mess. Am. & U. S. Ex. 

Go's, r. 117 Ind. av. 
HART THOMAS J. contractor and 

builder, E. Pearl nr. Penn. r. 799 

X. Term. 
Hart Thomas J. (col'd) lab. r. R. I. 

near City Hospital 
Hart Timothy S. r. 26 W. Pratt 



lam, saloon, 248 X. Xoble, i\ 



ing house, 240 E. Ohio 
Harrison Temple C. lawyer and claim 
agt. 19 W. Wash. r. 2*3 Cherry I 

Blank Books for County Officers at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



Hart Wi 

same 
Harter Alfred, student Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Harter Casper, r. 23 Wyoming 
Harter John A. (Buckshot & Harter,) 

r. 42 X. X. J. 
Harting Fred, beer mkr. r. 62 Bluff rd. 
Harting Henry, (Harting & Boiler) r. 

365 S. 111. 
irting Win. drayman, r. 230 Union 

•ting & Boiler (Henry Harting and 

Frederick Boiler) brewers, 7 Xor- 

wood 
Hartline George, cabinet mkr. bds. 314 

E. George 
Hartman Christian, bds 364 S. 111. 
Hartman Christian, lab. r. 279 E. Ohio 
Hartman Christian, lab. r. 80 R. R. St. 
Hartman Christoph F. works Fred. P. 

Rush. r. 279 E. Ohio 
Hartman Frederick, wagon mkr. 377 

Va. av. r. 479 E. Ga. 
Hartman Henry, lab. r. 132 Union 
Hartman Matthew, plaster, r. 262 N. 

Ala. 
Hartman Silas, lab. bds. 170 Madison 

av. 
Hartman William, lab. r. 77 E. Ray 
Hartney Michael, lab. r. 447 S.Tenn. 
Hartpence J. Walter, printer, H. C. 
Chandler & Co. bds. Oriental House 



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Hartpenee W. R. student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24K E. AVash. 

Hartsel Sarah Mrs. r. 325 E. Wash. 

Hartwell Capt. E. elk. Bates House 

Hartwig Henry, drayman, Crossland, 
Maguire & Co. 

Hartwig John, porter, Crossland, Ma- 
guire & Co. 

Harves H. H. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Go's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Harvey Alden C (J. T. Dunn & Co.) 
r. 12 Intl. av. 

HARVEY ALONZO D. grocer, 146 
Va. av. 

Harvey Charles, hrakeman, B. R. R. 
bds. Mich. ne. cor. Winston 

Harvey Gideon (col'd) lab. C. II. Buell, 
29* W. Pearl 

Harvey James R. lab. r. Lafayette E. 
R. bet. First and Second 

Harvey John, brakeman, C. & I. C. R. 
R. bds. 99 Benton 

Harvey Jonathan S. attorney at law, 
r. 284 X. Ten'n. 

Harvey Silas L. clerk, City Auditor's 
office, r. 284 N. Teun. 

Harvey Silas T. deputy City Auditor, 
Glenn's Block 

Harvev Thomas B. (Wright & Har- 
vey.) 302 N. Del. 

HarwOod irvin M. city collector, r. G7 
Madison av. 

Haseltoii Charles, shoe mkr. r. 22S W. 
Ga. 

Haselton William IT. law student and 
notary 2Etna bldg. bds. S, Dei. nr. 
Market 

Hasket Elijah, (Hasket & Co.) 

BASKET & CO. (Elijah Hasket and 
Conrad Keil) pump mnfrs. Court 
place, bet. Penn. and Del. 

Haskit William I. (W. I. Haskit&Co.) 
r. 410 N. 111. 

HASKIT W. I. & Co. (William I. Has- 
kit, Elijah B. Martindale and John 
M.Moore) whol. druggists, 14 W. 
Wash. 

Haslep Isaiah D. master mechanic, B. 
R. R. r, 225 Va. av. 

Hasman Henry, drayman, r. 186 Harri- 
son 

Hasman Henry, lab. r. Morris 

Hasman Henry, works C. 1. & C. R. R. 
freight depot 

Haspe't Charles, baker, r. 314 N. N. J. 

Hass Geprge, baker, with Fred Boll- 
mktin, bds. 107 E. Wash. 

Hasselman Louis W. (Hasselman & 
Watson) N. Meridian cor. Vt. 

Hasselnvm Otto, student, Gregory's 
National 'BTjsixess College of 
Trade, 24} £ E. Wash. 

Ufa 13 West Maryland Street 



Hasselman O^to H. salesman, Hassel" 
man & Watson, r. Meridian cor. Vt* 



HASSELMAN & WATSON. (Lewis 

W. Hasselman and II. Watson) 

whol. grocers, 40 S. Meridian 
Hasson Charles, r. 504 N. Del. 
Hasson Edward, C. elk John Furnas 

& Co. r. 98 E. St. Joseph 
Hasson James, r. 504 N. Del. 
Hasson William, (Daily, Senour & Co.) 

r. 444 N. Meridian 
Hastey John, telegraph repairer, bds. 

California House 
Hastings Edwin L. foreman. Journal 

office r. 550 N. Illinois 
Hastings James, Lieut. 5th cavalry, U. 

S. A. room 5 Bates blk„ bds. bet. 

Market and Ohio 
Hatch Francis K. S. engineer, Emer- 
son, Beam & Thompson, bds. 239 

W. Market 
Hatfield John J. B. foreman at arsenal, 

r, 457 E. Ga. 
Hathaway Hamilton F. r. W. Indiana- 
polis 
Hathaway John, (col'd) lab. r. R. I. S. 

City Hospital 
Hattel Joseph, bar keeper, r. G Willard 
Hattenbach Nathaniel, cigars and 

tobacco, 55 S. 111. bds. same 
Hattendorf Henry, nier. tailor, 317 E. 

Wash. r. same 
Hatzman Mathew, saw filer, bds Cali- 
fornia House 
Hauck Jacob, stableman, Wood &Fou- 

dray, r. 16 N. Penn. 
Haueisen J. Fred, salesman, John A. 

Heidlinger, r. 73 N. Term. 
Haueisen William, (Charles Mayer & 

Co.) r. 285 N. 111. 
Haulier John, lab. r. 450 Ind. av. 
Hang Gottleib, barkeeper, California 

House, bds. same 
Ilaug Johii, barkeeper, F. Dietz, r. 255 

E. Wash. 
Hang Michael, saloon, 138 S. Penn. 
Hanger Andrew, elk. r. 177 St. Mary 
Haugh Adam, r. 208 N. Ala. 
llaugh Alexander W. machinist, B. 

Haugh & Co. bds. 244 E. Vt. 
Haugh Benjamin F. (B. F. llaugh 

Co.) r. 504 N. Penn. 
HAUGH B. F. &CO. (Benjamin 

Haugh 

manfrs 

Penn. 
Haugh Charles, binder, Journal Office 

Haugh Edmund, with B. F. Haugh & 

Co. r. 244 E. Vt. 
Haugh Joseph R. (B. F. Haugh & Co.) 

cashier Citizens National Bank, r. 

175 N. N. J. 
Haugh William A. machinist, B. F. 

Haugh & Co. bds. 244 E. Vt. 



F. 

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STECK PIANOS, 

IN GREAT VARIETY AT 

BUTTERFIELD & CO.'S, 

22 West Washington St. 



Haughey Theodore P. pres. Indianap- 
olis National Bank, r. 242 N. Penu. 

Haughtling Hiram, bds. 99 Benton 

Hauk Frederick, blacksmith, arsenal, 
r. N. Y. cor. Winston 

Hank John, (Dietz & Hauk). r. 255 E. 
Wash. 

Haupt Robert, notions, 151)^ E. Wash. 
r. 17 Chatham 

Hanser Mathias, brewer, Christian F. 
Schmidt 

Hanser William D. bricklayer, arsenal, 
bcls. terminus Mass. av. 

Hautt Gustav. carver. Wilkens & Hall, 
r. 80 S. Miss. 

Haven W. H. traveling agt. W. I. Has- 
kit & Co. bds. Pyle House 

Havens Ann, wid. Churchill, r. 157 N. 
Miss. 

Haver Henry, lab. r. 128 Spring 

Haward Frank, carpenter, bds. Cali- 
fornia House 

Hawk Jacob, hostler, Wood & Foudray 
r. at stable 16 N.'Penn. 

Hawkes Rush, (Hawkes & DeRuiter,) 
bds. 515 N. Miss. 

HAWKES & De RUITER, (Rush 
Hawkes and White DeRuiter, pro- 
prietors Ovster Bay 81 S. 111. 

Hawkins F. M". student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Hawkins Hardress, teamster, r. 124 X. 
Blackford 

Hawkins James, engineer, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. bds. 11 G S. East 

Hawkins M. A. Mrs. shirt mkr. 40 S. 
111. r. same 

Hawkins Nancj r , ice cream saloon, 76 
N. Perm. r. same 

Hawkins Samuel, (col'd) servant, Sher- 
man House 

Hawkins Thomas, (col'd) barber, Win. 
M. Porter, bds. Snelson House 

Hawley Louisa D. matron, r. Institute 
for Blind 

Hawley Philomelia W. asst. matron, r. 
Institute for Blind 

Hawthorne James T. lab. r. 14 Walters 

Hay Campbell, (Hay & Co.) bds. 145 N. 
Meridian 

Hay George, elk. ..Etna Mills, bds. 48 



Hay Lawrence G. (Benham & Co.) 

receiver, Sinking Fund, r. 21 S. 

Penn. 
Hay O. P. student, Bryant, Stratton 

& Co's Commercial and Business 

College, Blackford's Block 
Hay Wm. II. (Morrow, Goodwin & 

Hay) claim agt. 3 Vinton's Block. 

r. 222 K. Tenn. 
HAY & CO. (Campbell Hay, Ansel B. 

Denton and Edward A. Cobb,) 

druggists and apothecaries, 48 W. 

Wash. 
Ilavden Henry J. elk. John J. Hayden, 

bds. 378 N. Meridian 
HAYDEN JOHN J. Insurance agent. 

over 23 E. Wash. r. 378 N. Meridian 
Hayden Nehcmiah R. elk. r. 180 W. 

Ohio 
Haydon Warner IT. lab. bds. 350 Ind. 

av. 
Haydon Wm. IT. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24f.< E. Wash. 
Hayes David, lab. r. 135 Huron 
Hayes James, carpenter, Sinker & Co. 
Hayes Joseph, carpenter, D. Behymer 

& Co. r. 72 Bicking 
Hay nes Elizabeth, r. 39 Elm 
Haynes G. V. student, Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 
Haynes Louis, traveling agent and 

builder Fairbank's scales, 74 W. 

Wash. 
Haynes Martha, wid. James, r. 39 Elm 
Haynes Mary, r. 39 Elm 
Haynes Philip, (Haynes & Carter) r. 65 

W.'Mich. 
Haynes Thomas, conductor Street R. 

* W. bds. 297 W. Wash. 
Haynes Wm. II. printer, Herald office, 

r. 39 Elm 
HAYNES & CARTER, (Philip Haynes 

and George II. Carter; confection- 
ers, 40 W. Wash. 
Hays Abraham, clothing, 33 W. Wash. 

r. 138 Va. av. 
Hays Barton S. portrait painter, room 

6, Ray's Block, r. 38 W. St, Clair 
Hays Emanuel M. (Hays, Rosenthal & 

Co.) r. 144 Va. av. 
Hays George, student, Bryant Strat- 

ton & Co's. Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Hays Isaac C. agent LTnion Fire Insur- 
ance Co. of Indianapolis, r. 340 N. 

Ala. 
Hays James, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

bds. 72 Bicking 
Hays John, fireman, Central R. R. bds. 

267 E. Wash. 
Hays John, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill Co. 



N. West 

Shoe Boxes made at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



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Hays Joseph, carpenter, r. 72 Bicking 

HAYS, ROSENTHAL & €0. (Eman- 
uel M. Hays, Henry Rosenthal, 
Julius Katzenstein and Moses 
Waclitel) whol. clothing, G4 S. 
Meridian 

Hays Samuel J. carpenter, r. 372 S. 
* West 

Hays Simon B. peddler, r. Nebraska 

Hays Thomas H. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24% E. Wash. 

Hays Win. M. book keeper, E. B. Al- 
vord & Co. r. 157 N. Tenn. 

Hays Win. M. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade. 24% E. Wash. 

Haystreet John, r. Madison rd. nr. Ne- 
braska 

Hayward J. E. bds. 73 N. 111. 

Haywood Alfred. (Haywood & Hardin) 
r. 241 N. Liberty 

Haywood & Hardin, [Alfred Haywood 
and Edward Hardin] leg and arm 
Co. 24 S. N. J. 

Hazelton Charles, shoe mkr. works 
Thomas W. Smith 

Hazel rigg David W. conductor, C. & I. 
C. R. R, bds. 118 Benton 

Hazelton Charles, shoe mkr. r.'Ga. nr. 
Soldiers- Home 

Hazelton II. lawyer, bds. 36 N. Me- 
ridian 

Hazzard George, student Gregory's 
National "Business College of 
Trade. 24% E. Wash. 

Hazzard M. (Hamilton & Hazzard) r. 
63 N. Ala. 

Hazzard Miley, teacher of book-keep- 
ing and prop'r Puttison House, 63 
N. Ala. r. same 

Headley J. C. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Heaf August, dyer and scourer, 14 S. 
Penn. r. same 

Heaf John, dyer, August Heaf, 185 W. 
Wash. 

Healey Patrick, lab. Rolling Mill, bds. 
30 Willard 

Healy Ann Mrs. dress mkr. r. 35 N. 
Ala. 

Heal y Daniel, carpenter, r. McCarty 
bet. Tenn. and 111. 

Healy Oliver, engineer, Ben. Franklin 
Printing House, r. 128 Dougherty 

Heart Albert, baker, r. 150 N. Winston 

Beaton Eli. r. 378 Ind. av. 

Heaton William, conductor J. R. R. 

Heats George, carpenter. Haywood & 
Hardin bds. 241 N. Liberty 

Hebble John W. boarding house, 83 W. 
South, r. same 

Ilebeneay Heinrich, lab. r. 185 W. 
N.Y. 

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Heckel Frank, bar tender, bds. 150 E. 

Wash. « 
Heckert Edward, express messenger, 

bds. 392 N. Ala. 
Heckey Joseph, stone cutter, r. 30 

Grant 
Heckman Christopher (Heckman & 

Sheesley) r. 413 E. Wash. 
Heckman George C. pastor Third Pres- 
byterian Church, r. 331 N. Penn. 
HECKMAN & SHEESLEY (Christo- 
pher Heckman and Eli Sheesley) 

City Mills, Wash. cor. Noble 
Heckman William, lab. Osgood, Smith 

& Co's hub. fac. 230 S. 111. 
Hedderieh George E. cabinet mkr. 

Cabinet Makers' Union, r. 231 N. 

Noble 
Hedderieh Henry, carpenter, r. 132 N. 

Liberty 
Hedderieh John C. engraver, r. 231 N. 

Noble 
Hedderieh Peter, cabinet mkr. Cabinet 

Makers' Union, r. 231 N. Noble 
Ileddrick Casper, machinist, r. 285 N. 

Noble 
Hedgbeth John (col'd) porter, Butter- 
held & Co. r. cor. Second and L. 

R. R. 
Hedges Elijah, foreman, William W. 

Weaver, r. 31 N. 111. 
Hedges Ella, dressmaker, r. Douglas al. 

nr. Mich. 
Hedrick John, lab Spiegel. Thorns & 

Co. 
Hee Christian, spinner, r. 223 W. Wash. 
Heeterlin Franklin M. terra cottanikr. 

J. N. Glover Miss. cor. La. r. same 
Hefternan John, teamster, r. 490 S. 

West 
Hefrlon Mary, servant, 248 S. Meridian 
Hcffner Frederick, butcher. Atkinson 

& Barker, r. National id. W. Indi- 
anapolis 
Heffrin Thomas, lab. bds. 476 S. 111. 
Heiber Theodore L. elk. John Furnas 

& Co. r. N.N. J. nr. N. Y. 
HEID FREDERICK, meat market, r. 

National rd. E. city limits 
Heid Henry? cooper, r. 325 E. Merrill 
Heid Luis, meat market, 71 S. Noble, 

r. N.Noble nr. N.Y. 
Heidenreich Christian, tailor, r. 128 

Huron 
Heidenreich William, printer, Ben 

Franklin printing house, bds. 128 

Huron 
Heider Augusta, clk.Haynes & Carter, 

bds. Wash. cor. N. J. 
Heider Caroline, wid. Julius, r. 200 E. 

Wash. 
Heider Herman, messenger. Charles 

Wittenberg, bds. 220 E. Wash;? 
Heidernan Franklin, terra cotta 

works, J. N. Glover, 23 Ky. av. 

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HEID LINGER JOHN A. tobacco and 
cigars, 3 Palmer House, r. 14 N. 

Miss. 
Heiffer .lames M. street contractor, r. 

69 Fletcher av. 
Height William, (col'd) lab. planing 

mill, bds. 75 4th 
Heim Charles, Spiegel, Thorns & Co. 
Heim Henry, butcher, r. cor. Mich, and 

Wash. 
Heim Jacob, meat market, r. cor. Mich. 

and Wash. 
Heim John, (Shinier <$ Heim) r. 149 E. 

Wash. 
Heim John R. r. 553 E. Wash. 
Heimmer Nathan, clothing store, r. 

250 S. Meridian 
Heinboch George H. lab. r. 2S0 N. No- 
ble 
Heinbuch George, machinist, r.N.No- 

ble nr. Mi< h. 
Heiner Ann. wid. Jacob, r. 255 S. Ala. 
Heiner Fred, conductor, Sh-ccr R. R. 

r. 160 s. Noble 
Heiner John, engineer, r. 255 S. Ala. 
Heiner John. r. 164 X. East 
Heiney Henrv, boot mkr. A. Knodle 

32 E Wash. 
Heishe John, lids. Union Hall 
Heiskell William L. dentest, 70 E. 

Market, r. same 
Heisler Jacob, moulder. 17 Meek 
Heisler John, r. 17 Meek 
Heister John. r. 350 X. Railroad 
Heit George, butcher, r. X. Xoble 
Heit Lewis, butcher. 71 S. Xoble. r. 

X T . Xoble 
HEITKAM GEORGE H. mer. tailor. 

27 X. 111. r. 09 X. Liuerty 
Heitkam John, cab. mkr. Cab't Mkrs. 

Union. 105 E. Wash. 
Heitkam Ph. r. 292 X. Winston 
Heitz Lewis, striker. Beard. Forshee & 

Claw son, r. 02 Hosbrook 
Heizer Thomas G. teamster, r. 54 Oak 
Heiyman Mathias, saw tiler, bds. Cali- 
fornia House 
Held Augustus, lab. Spiegel, Thorns & 

Co. 
Ilelle Louis, painter, r. 248 S. Penn. 
Heller J. B. bds. Hamilton House 
Hellman Mary, \yid. Michael, r. 2S1 



Ilellman Michael, 1 carpenter, r. 2S1 w. 

Merrill 
Hellmich John, porter, P. O. r. 347 X. 

X.J. 

HELM ADAM, carpenter, 290 Liberty, 

r. same. [See card.] 
Helm Henrv, stone mason, r. 329 E. 

X. Y. 
Helm James W. brick layer, bds. Ray 

House 
Helm John, grocer, 272 X. Winston r. 

same 
Helming John, porter, r. 317 \. X. J. 
Helms Thomas M. foreman, Speigel, 

Thorns & ( !o. ]•. 29 Pine 
Helwig Charles. fHelwig, Roberts & 

Co.) r. 110 X. Ala. 

HELWIG, ROBERTS & CO. [Charles 
Helwig. John Roberts and Theo- 
dore Wachs] planing mills and 
lumber yards, W. X. Y. cor. Canal 

Hemphill ftfathew, student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and- 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Hempstedt Conrad, bds. 65 s. East 

Henrlel .lac.,!,, bar keeper, bds. 191 E. 
Wash. 

Hendershott Samuel, conductor, C. & 
I. R.R. 

Henderson George, machinist, I). Root 
& ( !o.'s machine works 

Henderson .1. fireman. C. & I. C. R R. 

Henderson Samm 1. bds. 117 W. Md. 

Henderson Thomas A. machinist. V>. R. 
R. machine .-'nop- •'• 441 E. St. 
Clair 

Hendejrson William, pres. [ndianapolis 
Fire Insurance Co. r. 13! X. Meri- 
dian 

Henderson Win. R. student, r. 134 XL 
Meridian 

Hendricks Abram W. [Hendricks. Ilord 
& Hendricks] r. 25 E. Ohio 

Hendricks Charles L. r. 329 X. Xoble 

HENDRICKS, EDMUNDS & CO. 
[Victor K.Hendricks, William Ed- 
munds, "William O.aud Timothy S. 
Stone] whol. boots and shoes, 50 S. 
Meridian 

HENDRICKS, HORD & IIEX T - 
DRICKS, [Thomas A. Hendricks, 
Oscar B. Hord and Abram W. Hen- 
dricks] lawyers. U% E. Wash. 

Hendricks Isaac C. Broadway, nr. cor. 
Cherry 

Hendricks James C. carpenter, r. Blake, 
nr, Vt. 

Hendricks Thomas A. [Hendricks, 
Hord & Hendricks] r. S. East, nr. 
city limits 

Hendricks Victor K. [Hendricks, Ed- 
munds & Co.] bds. W. Market, nr- 
111. 



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Hendrlckson Andrew, engineer 
W. .Merrill 

Hendrickson James, lawyer, r. 
cor. Kansas 

Hendrickson William, student Buy ant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Hengerhorst Christine, r. 221 S. Ala. 

Henkel Jacob, bar tender, r. Wash. cor. 
East 

Henley J. M. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Bu- 
siness College, Blackford's Block 

Hennegar Michael, machinist. Sinker 
& Co. 

Hennessey Daniel, lab. r. 270 S. Ala. 

Hennessv Thomas, driver. Street R. W. 
r. 31" W. Market 

Hennesy John, lab. r. 97 S. X. J. 

Heiming Frederick, barber. 141 E. 
Wash. 

Henning George F. tailor, r.lGl Huron 

Henning Henry D. (Henning & Ro- 
gers) r. 57 S. HI. 

Henning Henry R, elk. 159 E. Wash. r. 
235 S. N. J. 

Henning J. S. Mrs. confectioner}', 159 
E. Wash. r. same 

HENNING & ROGERS (Henry D. 
Henning and William Rogers) 
dealers in oysters, fish and game 
51 S. 111. - 

Henninger Edward (G. & E. Ilea! 
ninger) r. 398 N. West 

Henninger Gustavus (G. & E. Hen- 1 
ninger) r. 398 N. West 

HENNINGER G. & E. (Gnstavns and 
Edward Henninger) retail grocers, 
109 S. 111. 

Henninger Theodore, printer, r. 41 
Brad sh aw 

Henrey John, carpenter, r.415 S. Tenn. 

Hen rey William, carpenter, r. 415 S. 
Tenn. 

Henry Anna, eating house 107 S. 111., 
r. same 

Henry John, lab. arsenal, r. 161 St. 
Jose pit 

Henry John, lab. r. 119 St. Joseph 

Henry Joseph K. carpenter, r. 30' 
Penn. 

Henry Lawrence, lab. r. 280 S. East 

HenrV Marshall G. p'rinttlr, *Herald of- 
fice, r, 127 Meek 

Henry Omer, fireman, I. & C. II. R. 
bds, 99 Benton 

Henry Bfeteri* Osgood ASmith & $ofa 
hub iac. 230 Si 111.* 

Henry * Thomas, blacksmith, r. over 
Pea Ricige*I*ouse 

Henschen William H. (Hildebrant & 
Hensehen) r. 252 E. South 

Hensel Thomas S. carpenter, bds. 441 
N. 111. 



te. 



S. 



Hensen Peter, lab. bds. 10 W. Ga. 

Hensen Rasmus.^lab. bds. 10 W. Ga. 

Henshaw William, student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Hensler Henry (Henry Hensler & Co.) 
r. Mass. av. cor. St. Clair 

Hensler Henry & Co. (Henry Hensler 
and Charles Dedert) retail grocers, 
cor. St. Clair and Mass. av. 

Hensley James, lab. McKernon & 
Pierce, r. 51 Dacotah 

Hensley J. L. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}o E. Wash. 

Henslev John T. carpenter, r. 222 S. 
Noble 

Hensley Wm. F. real estate, r. 170 Va. 
av. 

Ilenson Sarah, wid. Hiram, r. S N. Lib- 
erty 

Hentis Z. conductor, I. & C R. R. 

Herbert George, state agt. Western 
Life Ins. Co. of Cin. 11 N. Merid- 
ian, Yohn's Block, r. E. Market 

Herbert Selina, music teacher, r. 04 N. 
Meridian 



farmer, bds. Sheri- 
Orient E. National 



Hereth & Bro.) bds 
r. 243 W 



Herbst Frederick, 

dan House 
Herd John, lab. r, 

rd. 

Iereth Add, (J. C. 

N. Ala. c. E. Ohio 
Hereth Henry J. carpenter. 

n. y. 

Hereth John C, (J. C. Hereth & Bro.) 
r. 105 N. Ala. 

Hereth John G. carpenter, 203 N. 
East r. same 

HERETH J. C. & BRO. (John C. Her- 
eth and Add Hereth.) saddlers and 
Tiarness makers, 21 N. Del. [See 
adv.] 

Hereth Peter P. carpenter, r. 04 Bates 

Herff Chas. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College. Blackford's Block 

Hering Phillip, piano tuner. H.L.Ben- 
ham & Co. r. Henry bet. Miss, and 
Canal 

Herkimer Jacob D. gen'l supt. T. II. & 
I. R. R. Co. bds "Bates House 

Herman G. L. cabinet mkr. r. Win- 
ston bet. Vt. and Mich. 

Herman I. lab. oil mill, r. 59 Hosbrook 

Herman Jacob, undertaker, r. 272 E. 
Market 

Hermening Christian, grocer and pro- 
vision dealer. 283 S. Del. r. same 

HerpolsheimerClias. teacher, St. Paul's 
school, r. al. nr. S. Liberty and E. 
Ga. 

Herrald Garrett, fireman, I. & C. R. R. 
bds. 99 Benton 



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BUTTERFIELD & Co., Acts. 



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Wilkens 

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Herrington Sarah Miss, dress mkr.bds. 
400 S. Tenn. 

Herrman Jacob, carpenter, r. 277 N. 
Winston 

HERRMANN FRANCIS J. under- 
taker, 26 S. Del. r. 172 Market, [see 
advertisement] 

Herrmann Gustav, cabinet mkr. r. 
Winston nr. Mich. 

Herrmann John, Cabinet M'krs Union 
Market c. Winston, r. 124 Winston 

Herron Frederick M. (McLene & Her- 
ron) r. 78 W. Market 

Herron Phillip, piano tuner, r. 27 
Henry 

Herron William, gardner, r 
and Christian av. 

Hershey Wilson S. engineer, 
& Hall, r. 75 Ky. av. 

Herst Herman, tailor, r. 319 S 

Hertweck Lucas, stone cutter 
McCarty 

HERVEY JAMES W. physician, 
N. Del. r. Shelbyville Pike 

Heslinger Leonard, stone cutter, r. 574 
E. Wash. 

Hespelt Wm. broom mkr. bds. Sheri- 
dan House 

Hespler William, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Tito ins & Co. 

Hess Augustus, baker, r. E. end Mor- 
ris 

Hess Augustus E. book binder, Ben 
Franklin printing house, bds. 138 
W. Ohio 

Hess Charles, principal, Normal Acad- 
emy of Music, r. 263 S. Meridian 

Hess Frederick, r. 131 E. McCarty 

Hess George, varnisher. r. 98 S. Noble 

Hess Gottfried, r. 126 W. Ohio 

Hess Gustavus, baker, John C. Wein- 
berger, r. corporation line, nr. 
Wright 

Hess Henry R. varnisher, bds. 323 S. 
Penn. 

Hess James W. (J. W. Hess & Co.) r£ 
385 N. 111. 

HESS J. W. & CO. (James W. Hess, 
William W. Jones. Wm. M. Davis 
and Chas. J. Kantmann) dry goods, 
28 E. Wash. 

Hess Casper, lab. Sinker & Co. r. 131 E. 
McCarty 



Hesse Fanny, wid. Chas. H. r. 252 E. 
South 

Hessling Bernet, tailor, J. & P. Gram- 
ling, r. 225 N. Winston 

Hester James M. mess. Adams Ex. Co. 
12 E. Wash. 

Hester William McK. pastor, Wesley 
Chapel, office. Circle, se. c. Meri- 
dian, r. 18 Circle 

Heston Thos. (col'd) lab. r. 179 Eddy 

HETHERINGTON BENJAMIN F. 

machinist, E. South c. Penn. r. 264' 
S. Penn. 

Iletherington Christopher, machinist, 
I. & C. R, R. r. 200 Bates 

Hetselgesser Lucian W. bds. E. Wash, 
nr. city limits 

Hetselgesser Samuel, r. E. Wash. nr. 
city limits 

Hettel Joseph, bar keeper, Verandah 
saloon, r. 6 W ilia rd 

Heusted II., Osgood. Smith & Go's hub 
factory, 230 S. 111. 

Heusted T., Osgood, Smith & Go's hub 
factory, 230 S. 111. 

Hewell Louise (cord) wid. Benjaminn, 
r. 181 Elizabeth 

Hewell Preston, (col'd) lab. 181 Eliza- 
beth 

HEWES CHARLES W. Rev. Pies. 
Indianapolis Female Institute, r. 
74 E. Mich. 
ewes Charles W., jr., Sec. Bryant, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial and 
Business College and book- 
keeper Indianapolis Female In- 
stitute, bds. 74 E. Mich. 

He.wes William C. machinist, r. 101 N. 
Libertjr 

Hewett Henry, harness mkr. r. 201 
Huron 

Hewett Thos. R. lab. r. 201 Huron 

Hewett Wm. harness mkr. Sellers & 
Wood. r. 201 Huron 

Hews "W. C. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co's 
hub factory, 230 S. 111. 

Hewson Edmund T. physician, 79 E. 
Market r. 272 W. Md. 

Hewson George, bricklayer, bds. 272 
W. Md. 

Heywood Julius E. (Heywood & 
Smith) bds. 73 N. 111. 

HEYwbbtH&l SMITH, [Julius E. 
Hey woods and Afhli^'k Smith,] 
proprietors Indianapolis Dancing 
. AQadenavAOpera Hpus^ Entrance, 

l'\ Sl Merfd'if\i, fSqe adfyef dement] 



lupru'iuiH xjiuianapuiis urn 
QadeitoyAOpera Housfe Enti 
. Merfdifjh, [S^e adjyeff^eme 
[worth Phillip,, carpenter, 



Hazel 

222 N. East ' '* »7V 

Hiatt H. H. student TjREGORY^s 

tional Business College 

Trade, 24>.< E. Wash. 
Hiatt John R. [McBaker & Hiatt,] 

Pearl 



bds. 



r.24 



Railroad Ruling and Printing at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



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HLBBARD HORACE W. Gen'l fr'gt 
agt. r, 235 E. Mich. 

Hibben James S. (Hibben, Tarkington 
& Co.) r. 435 K. Term.' 

HIBBEN, TARKINGTON & CO. 
James S. Ilibben, William C. Tar- 
kington, Coleman B. Pattison and 
Willis S. Webb) dry goods and 
notions, wholesale, 112 S. Meri- 
dian 

Hibhardt Henry, segar rnkr. G. Ros- 
winkel, bds. 4 E. MeCarty 

Hickenson James W. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 
and Business CoLLEGE,Blaekford's 
Block 

Hickey John, trackman, B. R. R. Co. r. 
20 Willard 

Hickey Joseph, stone cutter, F. Far- 
mer r. 30 E. Grant 

Hickey Timothy lab. bds. 20 Willard 

Hickin R. P. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Hickman Anna, wid. Firman, r. 165 
Huron 

Hickman John W. elk. r. 209 S, N. J. 

Hickman William, (col'd) lab. city 

hospital, bds. same 
Hicks Joseph W. patent rights, r. 175. 

Eddy 
Hied Louis, meat market, 71 N. Noble 

r. 2G6 N. Noble 
Uiekim Chas. cabinet mkr. r. G5 N. 

Liberty 
Hiekim George, clothing, r. Liberty 

bet. Market and Ohio 
Hieks Carrol D. carpenter, r. Broad- 
way bet. Christian av. and Forest 

Home av. 
Ilien Charles, cabinet mkr. r. 160 N. 

Liberty 
Hiffner H. R. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24K E. Wash. 
Higdon Elizabeth, wid. r, 235 N. 

Davidson 
Higdon William C. carpenter, r. 456 

Va. av. 
Higgins C. B. agt. Am. Ex. Union De- 
pot, bds. Spencer House 
Higgins C. J. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Higgins David S. silver plater, Win. 

B. Higgins, bds. 407 N. East 
Higgins John, lab. bds. 237 S. West 

Higgins Jonathan J. carpenter, r. 85 
fv Maple 
Higgins Thomas, lab. r. 341 S. Del. 
Higgins William B. brass and silver 

plater, 8 W. Wash. r. 407 N. East 
Higgins William W. upholsterer, r. 40 
S. 111. 



Ilio-oN John M. printer, Gazette Office 
bds. Oriental House 

Higley Chas. elk. Wm. Selking, bds. 13 
E. Wash. 

Hild Louis, feeder, W. & J. Braden, 
bds. 287 N. Davidson 

Hild Wiiliamjmoulder, r. 287 N. David- 
son 

Hild, see also Hilt 

Ilildebrand Henry (Hildebrand & Hen- 
schen) r. N. N. J. bet Walnut and 
North 

Hildebrand Henry, carpenter, r. 324 N. 
Del. 

Hildebrand Jacob S. (J. II. Vajen & 
Co.) r. 51 Madison av. 

Ilildebrand & Henschen (Henry Hil- 
debrand and William Henschen) 
carpenters. 226 E. Walnut 

Hildcnieyer Mena Mrs. boarding, 222 
N. East, r. same 

Hilderbi and George W. elk. Hugh Del- 
zell, bds Snelson House 

Hiles Aaron, carpenter and paver, r. 
N. James, nr. Mich. rd. 

Hiles Henry, carpenter, r. 330 Ind. av. 

Hiles Isaac T. carpenter, r. N. James, 
nr. Mich. rd. 

Hilgemeier Christian (Hilgemeier & 
Migga) r. 43 Wyoming 

Hilgemeier & Migg r a (Christian Hilge- 
meier and John D. Migsni) grocers, 
367 S. Del. " 

II ilk Henry, gardener at Blind Asy- 
lum, r. 24 St. Joseph 

Ililkenbach William, porter, Connely. 
Wiles & Co. r. 494 N. Miss. 

Hilkenc Henry, harness mkr. with 
Reyer & Thorns, r. 109 E. Wash. 

Hilkene Jacob, elk. r. 361 S. Del. 

Hilkert Henry, Blind Asylum, r. 12 E. 
St. Joseph 

Hill Albert (col'd) lab. r. cor. Vine and 
Plum 

Hill Charles (col'd) lab. bds. 75 Fourth 

Hill Ellison C. book keeper, D. H. 
Chase, r. 477 N. Meridian 

Hill George W. (Hill & Wingate) r. 
110 S. East 

Hill Harrison (col'd) lab. r. cor. Ash 
and Cherry 

Hill James (col'd) barber, Hill & Car- 
ter, r. Ky. av. bet. Tenn. and Miss. 

Hill James, grocer, 346 W. Wash. 

Hill James B. nurseryman, r. 84 N. 
Ala. 

Hill James Rev. r. 202 N. West. 

Hill John F. (col'd) (Hill & Carter) r. 
Ala. bet. Mich, and North 

Hill John F. nurseryman, Mich. rd. r. 
84 N. Ala. 

Hill John F. & Co. (John F. and J. B. 
Hill) proprietors, beech- wood nur- 
sery, r. 84 N. Ala. 



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AGENTS WANTED 

In every County hi the State to Sell 

THE BURDETT ORGAN. 

APPLY TO 

J. A. BUTTERFIELD & CO. 



Hill Matson, book keeper, Reynolds 

&Holliday, r. 202 N. West 
Hill Maurice, lab. r. Keeley's addition 
Hill Nathan, lab. bds. 69 W. Market 
Hill Nathan, stableman. Wood &Fou- 

dray, bds. Beard House 
Hill Russell, lab. r. 243 S. West 
Hill Samuel, printer, Journal Office, r. 

121 X. 111. 
Hill Theodore, salesman, L. H. Tyler 

& Co. bds. ns. Ohio nr. Penn. 
Hill Thomas P. salesman, David II. 

Chase bds. N. 111. nr. Market 
Hill William O. dry goods r. 40 N. 

Penn. 
Hill & Carter, (col'd) barbers (John F. 

Hill and Edward Carter) 14 Bates 

House, 111. 
HILL & WIXGATE. (George W. Hill 

and William L. Wingate) planing 

mill. Ill 8. East 
Hillman Bridget, wid. Christian, r. Ste- 
vens nr. Va. av. 
Hillman, Charles, carpenter, r.32 Wal- 
ters 
Hillman. Christian, carpenter. Eagle 

Machine Works 
Hillman Francis, (col'd) lab. r. How- 
ard, bet. 2nd and 3d. 
Hillman Frederick, book keeper, I. P. 

& C. Depot, r. 36 Walters 
Hillman John. lab. J. M. & I. R. R. 

Depot r. 23S Union 
Hillman William. (Hillman & Weaver) 

r. Walter nr. McCarty 
Hillman & Weaver, (William Hillman 

and William Weaver.) blacksmiths, 

377 Va. av. 
Hillman William, porter. Hasselman 

& Watson, r. 225 Bluff rd. 
Hills Lucian, freight agt. B. R. R. r. 

208 N. 111. 
Hill's Nursery, John F. Hill Mich. rd. 

E. city limits 
Hilt August, lab. Spiegel, Thorns & Co. 

r. 287 N. Davidson 
Hilt August, locksmith, Kindler & 

Isensee, r. 287 N. Davidson 
Hilt Franklin L. gunsmith, arsenal, r. 

233 N. Winston 
Hilt, see also Hild 
Hiltebrand Jacob M. stone cutter, r. 35 

Bates 



Hilton Henry, machinist, bds. 297 W, 

Wash. 
Hilton James, lab. arsenal, bds. Fletcher 

pike 
Hindi man Jesse, real est. agt. r. 280 N- 

Miss. 
Hinckley David J. auditor B. R. R. 

bds. Oriental House 
Ilinde Patrick J. late grocer, r. 128 S- 

East 
Hindley Robert, warper, Geisendorffs 

woolen factory, r. 29 Blake 
Hindman Sarah Mrs. r. 85 Eddy 
Hinds Jesse, bricklayer^ r. 452 N. DeL 
Hinds Robert, bricklayer, r.452 N.Del. 
Hindsley Andrew .1. elk. r. 491 N.Tenn.. 
Hindsley John, railroader, r. 309 E.. 

N.Y. 
Hine Henry, shoemaker, r. 304 Va. at. 
Ilines Andrew, lab. Frank Wright's 

brewery, r. 210 N. Davis 
Ilines Cyrus- C. (Hines, Hammond & 

Howland) bds. Sheridan House 
HINES, HAMMOND & HOWLAND,. 

(Cyrus C. Ilines, Upton J. Ham* 

mond and Livingston Howland) 

lawyers, 4 W. Wash. 
Hines Henry, [col'd] lab. r. 270 Patter- 
son S. City Hospital 
Hines William, moulder, D.Root & Go's 

machine works 
Ilinesley Andrew J. elk. r. 491 S. Tenn. 
Ilinesley Benjamin, foreman William 

Hiuesley, bds. 469 N. Teiin. 
Ilinesley William, [WoOd & Ilinesley] 

r.4G9 N.Tenn. 
Hiner Andrew, watchman, Cent. R. R. 

depot, i'. 60 S. Noble 
Hininger Michael, machinist, Sinker & 

Co. r. 295 S. East 
Hinkle Christopher, spinner, r. W. 

Wash. nr. river 
Hinkley David J. clk.B. R. R. Co. bds. 

Oriental House 
Hinkley O. Woodman, book-keeper, 49 

E. Wash. bds. Oriental House 
Hinsdale D. C. telegraph operator, bds. 

Pattison House 
Hinsdale Emma (Hinsdale & Quimbv} 

r. 42 S. Hi. 
Hinsdale & Quimbv (Emma Hinsdale 

and II. N. Quimby) millinery and 

dressmaking, 42 S. 111. ,J£ 

Hinsley Hannah Ann, wid. William, r. 

321 W. Market 
Hinsley John, brakeman, T. 11. R. R. 

r. 234 N. Miss. ^ 

Hinsley Thomas, lab. r. 233 Dougherty 
Hinteii Emily, wid. William, r. 253 S. 

West . .^?- 

Hinton James S. (col'd) barber, iv229> 

N. West 
Hippard Samuel, r. 104 W. Vt. 
Hippie Edward, joiner, Warren Tate 

factory 



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Hippler William, varnisher, r. 7G S« 

East 
Hiramson William, painter, bds. 267 E. 

Wash. 
Hirsh Levi, salesman, Abraham Kahn, 

bds. Bates House 
Hirt Joseph, works C. & I. C.ll. It. frt. 

depot 
Hiser Conrad, carpenter, Many & Sons 

r. 377 E. Mich. 
ITisler Jacob, lab. D. Root & Co. ma- 
chine works 
Hiss Frederick, shoe maker C. L. 

Schmick, r. 505 N. 111. 
Hiss Sebastian, lab. r. 505 N. 111. 
Hitchcock Alexandra, r. ISO E. St. 

Joseph 
Hitchcock Henry, printer, Downey & 

B rouse, r. 25) o Mass. av. 
Hitchcock John, lab. 272 W. Md. 
Hitchens John, blacksmith, 44 E. Md. r. 

215 Mass. av. 
Hitchens Theodore G. book keeper, 

Glazier's mill, r. 139 Va. av. 
Hittle Henry, painter, Case, Marsh & 

Wiggins, r. 52 Inch av. cor. N. Y. 
Hizer Henry, plasterer, r. 356 N. Noble 
Hoag Charles, porter, 274 Mass. av. 
Hoagland G. W. lab. Osgood, Smith & 

Co's hub. fac. 230 S. 111. 
Hoagland J. B. messenger, Adams Ex- 
press Co. r. 12 E. Wash. 
Hoagland, see also Hogland 
Hobbs James W. [Hobb's & Bare] r. 248 

W. Wash. 
Hobbs Thomas, teamster, r. G8 Bicking 
HOBBS & BAKE, [.lames W. Hobbs & 

Leonidas Bare] saddle and harness 

mkrs. 248 W. Wash. 
Hoberson Robert, lab. Union Depot 
Hockstine Christian, lab. rolling mill 
Hodapp William, piano mkr. bds. S. 

East bet. Wash, and P. R. R. 
Hodges Ambrose, carpenter, r. 219 N. 

Davidson 
Hodges James A. actor, r. 127 Huron 
Hodgson Isaac, architect, Brown's Blk. 

r. 433 N, 111. 
Hodler Gotlieb, porter, Kiefer &Vinton, 

bds. 123 E. McCarty 
Hodler Gotlieb S. carpenter, r. 123 E. 

McCarty 
Hoefgen Emanuel, billiard hall, bds. 

Perm. bet. Md. and Ga. 
Hoefgen John, toll receiver, Bluff rd. 

r. same 
Hoefgen Samuel B. attorney at law and 

notary public, sw. cor. Wash, and 

Meridian, bds. Commercial House 
Hoefler August, musician, bds. Califor- 
nia House 
Hofacker Charles, baker, 112 Bluff rd. 

r. same 
Hofacker Gotlieb, shoe maker, 289 E. 

Wash. r. same 

No 



Hofer George, shoe mkr. lnd. av. nr. 

Term. r. N. West nr. Ohio 
Hoff Frederick, lab. r. 159 Union 
Hoff Louis, rolling mill, r. 3 skating 

park 
Hoffeld Rudolph C. cigar store, 11 1ST. 

Penn.r. 197 N. East 
Hoffenbaker John, lab. r. 213 S. Tenn. 
llofferberth William, lab. 143 N. Bright 
Hoffman Casper, blacksmith, r. 534 1ST. 

Ala. 
Hoffman Charles, carpenter, r. 558 S. 

111. 
Hoffman Christian, stone cutter, r. 347 

N. Noble 
Hoffman Ephraim J. wagon mkr. Mil- 

lersville, r. Madison rd. nr. Ne- 
braska 
Hoffman Frederick, barkeeper, 172 S. 

111. bds. Union House 
Hoffman George W. harness mkr. J. C> 

Hercth & Bro. 263 E. Wash. 
Hoffman Henry, [Hoffman & Co.] r. 172 

Bluff rd. 
Hoffman John H. tanner, 263 E. Wash. 

r. Same 
Hoffman Louis, elk. W. & II. Glenn, 

bds. 534 N. Ala. 
Hoffman Valentine, lab. r. 110 S. Noble 
Hoffman W. J. carpenter, bds. Globe 

House 
Hoffman & Co. ( Henry Hoffman and 

Fred. Buche) boot and shoe mkrs. 

122 S. 111. 
Hoffmann Frederick, bar tender, r. 176 

E. Wash. 
Hoffmann Michael, blacksmith, Sinker 

& Co. r. 131 Bluff rd. 
Hoffmann Phillip, grocer, N. Tenn. nr. 

5th, r. same 
Holfmeyer Frederick, driver, Mer- 
chants' Union Express Co. 42 E. 

Wash. r. 219 N. Davidson * 
Hoffmeyer Henry, tailor, r. 195 N.Lib- 
erty 
Hoffmeyer Win. Am. Ex. Co. r. 199 N. 

East 
Hoffner Frederick, butcher. Atkinson 

& Barker, r. National rd. W. In- 
dianapolis 
Hofmeister Nicholas, grocery, 150 N. 

Noble, r. same 
ITogan Edmund, painter, r. 64 N. 111. 

Hogan Johanna, domestic, r. Institute 

for Blind 
Hogan John, lab. r. bet. E. Nation?! rcl. 

and Mich. rd. 
Hogan John B. messenger, Adams' 

Express Co. r. 33 Ellsworth 
Hogan Joseph, shoe mkr.r. 88 South 
Hogan Mary Ann, dress mkr. 64 K. 111. 

r. same 
Hogan Michael, lab. r. bet. National rd. 

and Mich. rd. 



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20 per cent. Lower than any- 
other House. 

DEALERS SEND FOB SAMPLES TO 

J. A. BUTTERF1ELD & CO., 

22 West Washington Street. 



Hogan William E. recruiting sergeant, 

5 Bates Block, bds. Mo. bet! Mar- 
ket and Ohio 

Hogel R. Mrs. photographic printer, G. 

W, Apple, 94 and 96 E. Wash. 
Hogen Samuel, wagon mkr. r. 9G E. 

Wash. 
Hogerty Michael, stone cutter, r. 225 

Va. av. 
Hogle Samuel M. wagon mkr. Christian 

"Stirk, r. 84 E. Wash. 
Hogland John A. carpenter, r. cor. 

Walnut and Fayette 
Hogshire William II. (VV. R. Hogshire 

6 Co.) r. Meridian, bet. North and 
Mich. 

HOGSHIRE W. R. & CO. (William R. 
Hogshire and John F. Council) 
liquor dealers and grocers, 25 AV. 
Wash. 

Hohl Christopher elk. r. IS S. Del. 

llohl Christopher!., book keeper, bds. 
Concordia House 

Hoil Clinton D. pump mkr. r. 80 Fay- 
ette 

Hoit U. S. machinst, Greenleaf & An- 
derson, 325 S. Term. 

Holbrook Henry C. book keeper, Elli- 
ott, Ryan & Co. 314 W. N. Y. 

Holbrook Preston, elk. E. H. Mayo & 
Co. bds. Penn. aw. cor. Ohio 

Holcher Charles, carpenter, r. 72 Co- 
burn 

Holderman John M. elk. bds. 12G N. 
Tenn. 

Holderman Joseph, lab. bds. 351 W. 
Wash. 

Hold man M. C. (Holdman & Bland) 
251 I nd. av. 

Holdman & Bland (M. C. Holdman and 
Noah Bland) butchers, 251 Ind.av. 

Holl W. H. teamster, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co. 

HOLLADAY ELIAS G. lawyer, no- 
tary and real est. agt. 18 S. Meridi- 
an, r. 29G Va. av. 

Holladay Gideon, conductor, Street R. 
W. r. 70 E. Market 

Holladay J. G. elk. W.& II. Glenn, bds. 
70 E. Market 

Holladay Marietta, Mrs. teacher select 
school, r. 296 Va. av. 

Hollndny Samuel S. salesman, r. 70 E. 
Market 

Blank Books for Merchants, 



Holland Arsa, policeman, r. 166 NT- 

Noble 
Holland George, agt. for tomb stones. iv 

12G 6th 
Holland George, grocery, N. East, r, 

284 N. Noble 
Holland George L. painter, r.481 Roset 
Holland John, carpenter, r. 303 S. Del. 
Holland John W. (Holland, Ostermey- 

er & Co.) r. 112 N. Penn. 
HOLLAND, OSTERMEYER, & CO. 

(John W. Holland and Frederick 

Ostermeyer) w.hol. grocers, 76 E. 

Wash. 
Holland Thomas, lab. C. &. I. C. R, XL 

freight depot 
Holland T. F. traveling agt. r. 383 N. 111. 
Holland Washington. (-Holland &. 

Alexander) r. 2G8 E. St. Clair 
Holland & Alexander, (Washington 

Holland and Albert Alexander)- 

butchers, 395 N. N. J. 
Holler George, plasterer, r. N. James. 

nr. Mich. rd. 
Holler Levi, bds. Union Hall 
Holler Philip, cabinet mkr. Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. 
Holler Philip, lab. r. 205 N. Noble 
Holler Philip II. stone mason, r. 349 N. 

Noble 
Holler Theodore, brewer, bds. cor. 

S'outh and Meridian 
Holler William, furniture, 234 E. Wash. 

r. same 
Hollerin Hannah, r. Ga. nr. Penn. 
Holley Henry, lab. r. 26 Bicki ng 
Holliday C. F. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>.< E. Wash. 
Holliday Cortes, (Reynolds & Holli- 
day) r. 131 N. Meridian 
Holliday Fernandes C. Rev. pastor As- 

bury Chapel, r. 131 N. Meridian 
Holliday F.T. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College op 

Trade, '24}4 E. Wash. 
Holliday Frank T. r. 242 N. Ala. 
Holliday Gideon, Holliday House, 70" 

E. Market, r. same 
Holliday House. 70 E. Market 
Holliday John, city editor Evening 

Gazette, r. 242 N. Ala. 
Holliday John D. elk. W. J. Holliday 

& Co. bds. 59 S. Meridian 
Holliday W. A. Rev. r. 242 N. Ala. 
Holliday Wilbur F. salesman, Elbert 

& Blessing, r 131 N. Meridian 
Holliday William J. (W. J. Holliday & 
Co. and Murphy, Kennedy & Co.) 
r. 145 N. Meridian 
HOLLIDAY W. J. & CO. (William J. 
Holliday, John W. Murphy, John 
A. Furgeson, and Henry W^ 
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Hollingsworth Franklin, r. 325 K. 
West 

Hollorin John, lab. r. 291 S. East 

Hollo way Henry 0. (Foster, Hollo way 
& Co.) bds. Bates House 

Hollo way William R. colonel, r. 80 S. 
Tenn. 

Hollowell Amos elk. bds. N. Peng. nr. 
First 

Hollowell Amos K. traveling salesman, 
A. Jones & Co. bds. 347 N". Del. 

Hollowell Calvin, driver, A. V. Law- 
rence, r. 126 N. Blackford 

Hollowell Edwin, r. 12G N. Blackford 

Hollwegg Louis, salesmen, Henry F. 
West & Co. 37 8. Meridian, r. 187 
E. Wash. 

Holly Charles, drayman, r. 167 Union 

Hollv Theodore, fT. Holly & Schrae- 
der] r. Blake bet. N. Y. and Wash. 

HOLLY & SCHRAEDER, [Theodore 
Holly and Frederick Schraeder] 
boot and shoe manfrs. 103 and 105 
W. Wash. 

Hollings worth Seph, bds. cor. North 
and Patterson 

Holm E. S. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block. 

HOLMAN G. G. com. mer. 6 Bates 

Block, r. third house Western av. 
Holman James R. real est. and war 

claim agt. 8 W. Wash. r. 168 N. 

Noble 
Holnian Merritt S. salesman, 63 W. 

Wash. bds. 439 N.N.J. 
Holmes Erastus, painter, r. 37 Rose 
Holmes Henry, plasterer, r. 54 S. Cal. 
Holmes James, carpenter, B. R. R. car 

works, bds. 201 N. Davidson 
Holmes James S. lab. r. bet. 7th and 8th 
Holmes Jonathan, r. 526 N. Meridian 
Holmes W. C. farmer, r. JVIeridiau cor. 

Walnut 
Holscherd Charles, machine hand, Spie- 
gel, Thorns & Co. 
Holsker Henry, lab. C. & I. C. R. R. 

freight depot 
Holtmever Charles, carpenter, r. 338 S. 

DeL 
Holtorf John C. money delivering elk. 

Amer. and U. S. Express Co- s. bds. 

Pyle Houses 
Holtzbacher Augustus, cigar mkr. Pe- 
ter Kretsch, r. 128 Biff rd. 
Holzney Jacob, elk. L. I. Mossier, bds. 

139 N. Ala. 
Holzwart George, blacksmith, r. N". 111. 

bet. 6th and Tinker 
Homan Jeremiah, cistern maker, r. 64 

S. Ala. 
Homburg Henry, cook, SpencerHouse, 

r. 445 S. 111. 



Homburg Konradin, physician, 26 

W. Wash. r. same 
Homburg William C. elk. K. Homburg, 

r. 26 W. Wash. 
Home Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

of Indianapolis, 62 E. Wash. 
Homer Fred, baker, A. Knauf 
Homuker Frederick, drayman, r. 3 John 
Honorbohn Barney, lab. L. F. Lannay 

& Co. bds. S. end West 
Hood Calvin, saloon, r. 85 Ann 

Hood Lucian C. printer, Downey & 

Brouse, 27 S. Meridian 
Hookreeder Anton, lab. Indianapolis 

paper mill, bds. 172 W. Md. 
Hook and Ladder Co. es. N. J. bet. 

Wash, and Market 
Iioole Hannah, wicl Samuel, r. N. 111. 

bet. 3d and 4th 
Hoover Alexander F. r. 295 N\ East 
Hoover Asa, (col'd) carpenter, r. Camp 

Carrington, nr. 6th 
Hoover Daniel, grocer, r. 31 N. Bright 
Hoover George, blacksmith, r. 249 N\ 

Bright 
Hoover John II. lab. bds. 391 W. Wash. 
Hoover William 11. plow mkr. r. 82 S. 

Noble 
Hopkins Edward S. clk.Dorsey & Lay- 
man, 379 N. Penn. 
Hopkins George, waiter, Concordia 

House 

HOPKINS HENRY C. (Martin, Hop- 
kins & Co.) insurance agent, r. 224 

N. Ala. 
Hopkins James H. book binder, W. & 

J. Braden. r. 26 N. Miss. 

Hopp , peddler, r. 244 S. Ala. 

Hoppe Erich, notary public, r. 53 S. 

Cal. 
Hoppe George, Lafayette House, 179 

S. Meridian, r. same 
Hoppe John, tinner, D.Root & Co. bds. 

179 S. Meridian 
Hopper Lewis M. carpenter, r. 138 6th 
Horan Daniel, fireman, B. R. R. bds. 

Winston, nr. cor. E. Mich. 
Horan James, stone cutter, Goddard & 

Sons, r. W. South, bet. Penn. and 

Del. 
Horan Patrick, lab. r. bet. National rd^ 

and Mich. rd. 
Hord Oscar B. (Hendricks, Hord & 

Hendricks) r. 6 N\ Cal. 
Horn, Anderson & Co. (Mrs. Mary A. 

Horn, Jerome S. Anderson and 

Austin B. Prather) \y hoi. and retail 

grocers, 31 W. Wash. 
Horn Henry J. Horn, Anderson & Co. 

r. 72 N. Miss. 
Horn Hen rv J. jr. elk. Horn, Anderson 

& Co. bds. 72 N. Miss. 
Horn Mary A. (Horn, Anderson & Co.) 

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Hornaday Thomas, carpenter, B rouse 

& Bros. bds. 365 N. Ala. 
Hornaday Wra. J. student, JST; W. C. 

University 
HORNBECK JASPER, grocery, 52 

Va. av. r. same 
Hornbeck John A. elk. bds. 52 Va. av. 
Hornberger Christian, carpenter, r. 

472 N. Ala. 
Home Henry, teamster, r. 132 E. St. 

Joseph 
Horner Abraham, (P. C. Minick & Co.) 

r. N. Miss. bet. 1st. and 2d. 
ITorton Carrie, teacher, Indianapolis 

Female Institute 
Horton C. S. conductor, I. & C. R. R. 
Hosbrook Daniel B. surveyor and 

engineer, 439 N. 111. r. same 
Hosbrook Daniel R. student N. W. C. 

University 
Hoshour Samuel K. prof, of languages, 

r. 172 N. East 
Hoskins Robert S. roofer, r. 271 E. 

Ohio 
Hoslinger Leonard, lab. r. 578 E. Wash. 
Hosmaii ink manuf. bds. Globe 

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Hospe Anton, pictures and frames, 81 

X. 111. r. Carthage, Ohio 
Hoss David, lab. r. 433 Va. av. 
Hoss George W. prof, mathematics, r. 

Jackson bet. Forest Home av. and 

Christian 
Hoss Nelson, lightning rods, r. 77 E. 

St. Joseph 
Hoss William, mess. Downey & Bronse 

27 S. Meridian 
Host Jacob, butcher, r. 252 S. Del. 
Hotz George, (George Hotz & Co.) r. 

124 S. 111. 
Hotz George & Co. (George Hotz and 

W. Pope,) mer. tailors. 124 S. 111. 
Houck John, r. 378 N. Del. 
Hough Thomas, bds. William Wil- 

lard, E. Wash, outside city limits 
Houghain John L. prof, natural science 

Indianapolis Female Institute, r. 

Franklin 
Houger Andrew, elk. A. Frank, 189 E. 

Wash. 
Honk Frederick, blksmith, r. N. Y. cor. 

Winston 
Houk Newton J. lab. N. Y. c. Winston 



Hour S. T. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade. 24>£ E. Wash. 

House Andrew, painter, r. 11 S. Me- 
ridian 

House Benjamin D. reporter. Journal 
office, bds. 174 Va. av. 

House George, student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Houser J. E. conductor, I. P. &C. R. R. 

Houston Fielding (col'd) carpenter, r. 
170 Douglas av. 

Houston John T. (J. C. Green & Co.) 
bds. 510 N.Del. 

Hovey Charles J. student N. W. 0. 
University 

Howard Clara Mrs. milliner, Moses 
Bailev, bds. 35 Va. av. 

Howard David W. lab. r. 52 Eddy 

Howard Dennis, lab. bds. cor. Ash and 
Christian av. 

Howard Edward (E. Howard & Son) 
physician, r. 326 N. 111. 

Howard Elizabeth, wid. James, r. 323 
S. Penn. 

Howard E. £ Son (Edward and Wil- 
liam E.Howard; cancer doctors, 80 
S. 111. 

Howard Frank, carpenter, bds. Cali- 
fornia House 

Howard George W. lab. Osgood, Smith 
& Go's, bds. 48 Cherry 

Howard Henry P. book keeper, Osgood, 
Smith & Co's, r. 48 Cherry 

Howard Liberty, telegraph operator, 
C. & I. C. R. R. bds. 104 Va. av 

Howard Louis N. (E. Howard & Son) 
cancer doctor, office 80 S. 111. 

Howard Margaret, wid. John, r. 77 S. 
Noble 

Howard Mary (col'd) servant, 8 Fletch- 
er av. cor. Noble 

Howard Michael, lab. r. 22 Nelson alley 

Howard WilliamVE. E. Howard & Son, 
32G N. 111. 

Howe Edward P. Asst. Adit, Gen. Ind. 
bds. 115 N. 111. 

Howe Elbridge, student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Howe Henry, elk. Love & Howe, 500 E. 
Wash. 

Howe Robert, r. 175 W. Ohio 

Howe S. T. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Howe Win. II. elk. r. 173 N. Winston 

Howell David. (Howell & Wheeland,) 
r. 331 S. Meridian 

Howell George W. student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
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St. Clair 

Howell J. ). student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade. 24'^ E. Wash. 

Howell Joseph C. painter, r. 70 N. Cal. 

Howell Josiah, (eol'd) lab. bds. 171 N. 
Blake 

HOWELL & WHEELAND, (David 
Howell and Thomas Wheeland.) 
stair builders, S. Term. nr. Merrill 

Howes Charles A. meat market, 148 Va. 
av. r. 76 Huron 

Howes Henrv, carpenter, r. 78 Huron 

Howes .John R. merchant police, bds. 
Snelson House 

Howeter Jacob, currier, D. Yandes, jr. 
38 E. Wash. 

Howland John D. elk. U.S. Circuit and 
District Courts, P. O. Building r. 
OSW.Vt. 

Howland Livingston, (Hines. Ham- 
mond & Howland, bds. 109 Va. av. 

Howie James, pattern mkr. D. Hoot & 
Co. r. 52 Greer 

Howie Win. IT. maeh. r. 52 Greer 

Howser Martin, r. 35 S. Ala. 

Hoyt Clara Miss, teacher, First Ward 
" Public School, r. 81 Mass. av. 

Hoyt Eli as, machinist, bds. 83 AV. La. 

Hoyt Harriet, wid. Benajah, r. 84 Mass. 
a v. 

Hoyt Walter, student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, M}4 E. Wash. 

Hubbard Win. lab. r. 321 S. Penn. 

HUBBARD WILLIAM S. brick mkr 
office, s. w. c. Wash, and Meridian 
yard east of city, nr. National rd. 
r. Meridian cor.' 2d 

Huber Jacob, bar keeper, r. 196 Ind. 
av. 

Iludelson D. H. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Hudson Isaac, architect, r. 433 N. 111. 

Hudson James A. r. 136 W. 1st 

Hudson James W. sawyer, McKernon 
& Pierce, Jones cor. Dacotah. 

Hudson Thomas A. hod carrier, bds. 
301 Ind. av. 

Huebner Henry, draughtsman. John L. 
Smithmyer. r. Noble nr. Mass av. 

Huestis John B. engineer T. & I. B. R. 
r. 17 Henry. 

Huey MiltonS. painter, Spiegel, 
thorns & Co. 293 N. Winston. 

Huey William, r. E. La. nr. S. Noble. 
Huff A. L. confectioner, r. 345 N. Wins- 
ton. 
Huff* Francis M. student, Bryant, 
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Huff Joseph T. (Budd & Huff) bds. 29$ 

N. i enn. 
Huffhigton Mnnlove A. teamster, r. 31 

Dougherty. 
Huffman Daniel, miller, C. Orme & 

Bro. r. 222 Bluff road. 
Huffman John. r. 50 Ilosbrook. 
Hufford Mattie, r. 19 Ilosbrook. 
Hugele John, saloon, G2 S. Del. r. same. , 
Hugg Christina, wid. of Martin, r. 81 

N.N.J. 
Hughes Alexander, blacksmith, D. 

Boot & Co r s machine works. 
Hughes Isham, engineer. J.. M. & I. K. 

R. Depot, r. 229 E. Soufclk. 
Hughes James* carpenteiv Ms*. 310" N T 

111. 
Hughes James (cord), lab. r. 235 

uerva. 
Hughes John, blacksmith, r. 420 

av. 
Hughes Joftn. wood sawyer, T. II. 

R. R. R. bds. 272 W. Md. 
Hughes Missouri, wid. Alexander, 

27 N. Noble 
Hughes Samuel A. conductor, C. 

I. R. R. 
Hughes William, fireman, r. 229 

South. 
Hughes William C. machinist, r. 

Henry. 
Hugs Charlotte, wid. Charles, boarding: 

'bouse, 79NoMe. 
Hugo Henry A. plasterer, r. 359 SL 

East. 
Hnitt Charles, lawyer, Ms. 204 N. 111. 
Hnitt John H. artist, bds. 149 Blake. 
Hukins William W. lab. r. Howard 

cor. 3d. 
Hulinffs Adonijah P. painter, r. 158 

Bluff rd. 
Hull Absalom D. cigar maker. Charles 

H. Reynolds, r. 181 N. Noble 
Hull Armstrong, lab. Hel wig's plan- 
ing mill, r. 748 N. Tenn. 
Hull C. A. student Gregory's Nation- 
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Hulsker Benjamin, lab. r. 505 S. Tenn. 
Hultzmann Arthur, saddler, r. 206 S. 

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HUME, ADAMS & CO, (James M. 

Hume, William L.Adams, John E, 

Oorvvin, and Edgar J. Foster.) 

carpets and house f u r n is h i n g 

goods, 26 W. Wash. 
Hume Eliza, wid. Madison, r. 673 N. 

Tenn. 
Hume Ezra. elk. l>ds. 673 N. Tenn. 
Hume James M. (Hume, Adams & Co.) 

r. 111. sw. cor. 5th. 
Hume Newton, grocer, Tenn. cist, r. 

562 N. Tenn. 
Hum me George, bds. .39 Va. a v. 
Hummler Max. B. confectioner 5 31 X. 

Tenn. r. 31 AV. Ohio 

Humphrey elk. bds. 35 E. Market 

Humphrey Charles II. watch maker, 

feds. Bates House. 
Humphrey John, runner, Little's Ho- 

tel.'bds. same. 
Humphrey John W. cooper, r. 594 Ind. 

av. 
Humphrey Samuel, bellboy. Palmer 

House. 
Humphrey Samuel C. cooper, r. Ellen 

nr. North 
Hunt Aaron L. (A.L.Hunt & Co.) r. 

196 N.Penn. 
Hunt Adaline (col'd) wid. Hiram, r. 67 

N. Howard 
Hunt Albert, engineer, Case, Marsh & 

Wiggins, r. 172 AV. N. Y. 
HUNT A. L. & CO. (Aaron L. Hunt, 

and Gr. .AV. MeCurdy) auctioneers 

and com. mer. 85 E. Wash. 
Hunt Asa, (Hunt & Wilson) r. 74 Fort 

Wayne av. 
Hunt Asa, farmer, r. 390 N. Del. 
Hunt Charles, engineer, Tenn. nr. Mar- 
ket 
Hunt Charles C. cigar mnfr. whol. and 

retail, E. Wash. r. 366 S. Ala. 
Hunt D. B. salesman, Evans, Mavo <£ 

Co. r. 50 AV. N. Y. 
Hunt Edward, lab. r. Bluff rd. 
Hunt Ernst, r. 418 S. East 
Hunt George, (Hunt & Eden) 79 E. 

Market, bds. Pyle House. 
Hunt Jno. AV. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Hunt Julia, wid. David, r. 30 Circle 

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Hunt Lemuel C. printer, Journal of- 
fice, r. 262 N. Noble. 
Hunt Mary, wid. John. r. 520 S. 111. 
Hunt Phineas G. C. r. 172 N. Del. 
Hunt W. AV. with A. L. Hunt & Co. 

bds. 196 N. Penn. 
Hunt & Eden, (George Hunt and 
Charlton Eden) watches, clocks, 
etc. 79 E. Market 

HUNT & HEISKELL, (Phineas G. C. 
Hunt, and William L. Heiskell) 
dentists. 76 E. Market. 

Hunt & AVilson, (Asa Hunt and J. C. 
Wilson^ com. mer. 17 and 19- Mass. 
av. 

Hunter M, last grinder, 262 S. 111. 

Hunter Marcellus, machinist. William 
Vickers, r. 217 Va. av. 

Hunter Mattie, bds. 248 S. Meridian. 

Hunter Ralph, machinist, r. 217 Va. 
av. 

HUNTER THOMAS, boots and shoes 
retail, 5 AV. Wash.r. 248 S. Meridi- 
an. 

Hunting Edward B. salesman, Tousey, 
Byram & Co. bds. Spencer House". 

Huntington James N. carpenter, r. 476 
N.Miss. 

Huntington William, carpenter, r. 165 
N. Miss. 

Huntley Isaac N.(Farnsworth & Hunt- 
ley) bds. 22 AV. North. 

Huntsinger E. (Bakesto & Huntsinger) 
physicians, r. 32 N. Miss. 

.Huntsinger James, flagman, P. & I. R. 
R. bds. 101 S. N. J. 

H u per E. bds. Union Hall 

Hupp Albert C. wood work finisher, r. 
246 S. Meridian 

Hurd Clarissa L. wid. Daniel, board- 
ing house, 144 N. Tenn. r. same. 

Hurd Frederick, butcher, 144 N. Tenn. 

Hurd Thomas E. bds. 144 N. Tenn. 

Hurley Franklin, hack man., r. 132 Ma- 
ple 

Hurley Michael, drayman, r. Ellen, 
bet. Ind. a v. and North 

Hurley Patrick, hack driver, r. North, 
cor. James 

Hussey Edmund, lab. r. S. West, nr. 
Rose. 

Hurrle Ignatz, merchant tailor, 168 E. 
AVash. r. 63 N. Noble 

Husband Lindley, (col'd) white wash- 
er, r. cor. 2nd and L. R. R. 

Huskirtson Thomas, carpenter, r. 141 
N. N. J. 

Husman Henry, lab. r. 56 Moss 

Husston Joel. lab. r. N. Howard 

Hust David, bell boy, Bates House 

Hust George C. meat market, 554 E. 
Market r. same 

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& Co. r. 115 E. Ohio 
Huston George W. lab. r. L. R. R. bet. 

8th and 9th 
Hutchius E. C. Mrs. r. 187 X. Liberty 
Hutchins Henry H. salesman, J. K. 

Sharpe. r. E. Market, outside city 
Hutchinson B. conductor, C. & I.R. R. 
HUTCTHINSON CHARLES P. prin- 
ter, r. 289 N. N. J. 
Hutchinson David engineer, r. 182 E. 

McCarty 
Hutchinson E. B. elk. supt. office, C. & 

I. C. R. R. r. 268 S. Ala. 
Hutchison Anna E. dress maker, 26 

W.Md. bds. Holliday House 
Hutchison John, teamster, r. 471 Va. 

av. 
Hutchison William, machinist, r. 383 

Mass. av. 
Htitson Dennis, student, Bryant, 

StRATTON & Co'S"'COMMERCIAL AND 

Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Huttou Edward L. (East & Hutton) r. 
223 E. Ohio 

Hutton Eliza J. wid. William. r.655N. 
Tenn. 

Hutton George, carpenter, r. 187 
Dougherty 

Hutton John, citv expressman, bds. 
X. Miss. bet. 4th and 5th 

Hyatt Annie Miss actress, Metropoli- 
tan Theatre, r. 153 W. Md. 

Hyatt Samuel, teamster, r. 105 Ash 

Hyde Abner R. (Hyde & Cottingham) 
r. 300 E. Market 

Hyde Nathaniel A. Rev. pastor, Ply- 
mouth Congregational Church 

HYDE & COTTINGHAM, (Abner R. 
Hyde and S. D. Cottingham.) live- 
ry stable, 223 E. Wash. 

Hyer Charles, switchman, r. 319 S. 
Penn. 

Myers Louis, lab. bds. 101 S. N. J. 

Hyland James, brick layer, r. 730 X. 
111. 

Hyland Michael, stone cutter, r. 673 N. 
111. 

Hyman Lewis, student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
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Hymes William H. molder, D. Root & 
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Winston 
Idler Clinton, foreman, T. H. & I 

shop, r. 165 W. South 
Idler De Witt C. foreman, T. H 

R. R. shop, r. 171 W. South 
IGOE MARTIN, lawyer and U. S. as 
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Igon Lewis, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>.< E. Wash. 

Ilg George, saloon, 150 S. 111. r. same 

Ilift Charles E. salesman, Herman Bam- 
berger, r. es. N. Ala. nr. Market 

Iliff James A. (R. W. Iliff & Son) bds.. 
79 N. Ala. 

Ilift" James A. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>< E. Wash. 

Ilift* Lewis T. messenger, Todd, Car- 
michael & Williams, bds. 73 N.Ala. 

Iliff Richard W. (R. AV. Iliff & Son) r. 
73 N. Ala. 

Iliff R. W. & Son, (Richard W. and 
James A. Ilift') fruits and groceries, 
retail, 20 W. La. 

Illinois House, Win. Essmann, propr. 
199 S. 111. 

Imirie Charles D. boarding house; 35 E. 
Market 

Ince Joseph, bds. 228 Mass. av. 

INDIANA BANKING CO. (F. A. W. 
Davis, Willis S. Webb, John L. 
Ketcham, W. W. Woollen, Samuel 
C. Vance, John P. Banta and Wm. 
Needham) bankers, Va. av. cor. 
Wash. . 

INDIANA FEMALE COLLEGE, 
Meridian, cor. N. Y; 

Indiana Female Bible Society, 8 X. 

INDIANA FIRE INSURANCE CO. '■> 
Odd Fellows' Hall 

Indiana Hospital for the Insane. W. of 
city, on National rd. 

India'na Institution for educating the 
Deaf and Dumb, National rd. E. of 
city limits 

Indiana Institute for the education of 
the Blind, North, bet. Meridian and 
Penn. 

INDIANA MILITARY AGENCY, ns. 
Market, bet. Tenn. and Miss. 

INDIANA NATIONAL BANK, 19 X 
Meridian 

Indiana School Journal, 13 W. Md, 

Indiana State Sanitary Rooms, W. 
Market, opp. State House 

INDIANA VOLKSBLATT, 164 E. 
Wash. 

INDIANA WEEKLY STATE GA- 
ZETTE, 27 S. Meridian 

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WORKS, Julius A. Grosvenor, 
pres. Jeremiah McLene, treas. 
Tenn. bet. La. and South 

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INDIANAPOLIS DAILY EVENING 
GAZETTE. Gazette Co. proprie- 
tors. 27 8. Meridian 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY HERALD, 
Late Develln and others, proprie- 
tors, 10 K E. Wash. 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY JOUK- 
N T AL. Douglass & Conner, proprie- 
tors, E. Market eor. Cireie 

INDIANAPOLIS DANCING ACAD- 
EMY. Opera House, entrance on 
Sv Meridian 

Indianapolis Female Bible Society, 
oitice in Todd, Carmiehael & Wil- 
liams, Mrs. Givan pres. 

INDIANAPOLIS FEMALE INSTI- 
TUTE, eor. Mich, and Penn. 

INDIANAPOLIS PILE WORKS, 136 
S. Penn. 

INDIANAPOLIS GAS LIGHT AND 
COKE COMPANY, Ray's Block 

INDIAN AP'LIS FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY, 9 N.Pen n. 

Indianapolis High School, first wUrd 
school building, N. J. eor. Vt. 

Indianap'lis Missionary Sunday Scliool 
Chapel, S. Meridian bet-.- Me trill 
and McCarty 

INDIAN AP 1 L IS NATIONAL BAN K, 
Wash. ne. cor. Penn. 

INDIANAPOLIS, PERU & CHICA- 
GO RAILROAD Offices, Wash, 
cor. Del. 

INDIANAPOLIS ROLLING MILL 
COMP AN Y, Merrill cor. Norwood 

Indianapolis Skating Park. nr. Rolling 
Mill 

Indianapolis and Louisville Petro- 
leum Mining Company, G Talbot 
& New's Block 

Indianapolis Tobacco Works, 83 E. 
South 

Indianapolis & Cincinnati R.R. freight 
depot, cor. La. and Del. 

Indianapolis Terra Cotta Works, Jo- 
seph N. Glover, proprietor, La. ne. 
cor. Miss. 

Indianapolis and Madison freight de- 
pot?,, bet. S. Penn. and Del. 

Ingersoll Benjamin F. turner. Spiegel, 
Thorns ctCo. r. 18 Fletcher av\ 

Paper Boxes for Fancy 



Ingersoll Charles, wood turner, bds. 

Ray House 
Ingersoll Selma bds. 18 Fletcher av. 
Ingles Alexander, machinist C. & I, 

C. R. R. r. 65 Greer 
Ingles Sarah S. wid. James, school 

teacher, r. 15 Fletcher av. 
Ingraham Charles B. elk. Elliott & 

Blessing, bds. 17)4 Va. a v. 
Ingraham Ellen M. Mrs. artist W.Run- 

nion, bds. 25 W. Market 
Ingraham James, r. 65 Circle 
Ingraham J. P. T. Rev. pastor Episco- 
pal Church, r. 65 Circle 
Ingraham John, W. student Bryant,. 

Stratton & Co's Commercial anj> 

Business College, Blackford's- 

Block 
Inwalle John II. (Inwalle & Bro.) bds, 

Oriental House 
Inwalle Benjamin J. (Inwalle & Bro.) 

r. 226 W. Wash. 
Inwalle & Brother, (John II. and Ben- 
jamin J. Inwalle) saloon, Court 

bet. Penn. and Del. 
Inman Susan, milliner, Hinsdale & 

Quimby 
Iredell James W. [J. AV. Iredell & Co] 

bds. 60 W. Market 
IREDELL J. W. & CO. [J. AV. Iredell 

and Chas. T. Ames,} boors and 

shoes, 25 W. Wash. 
Ireland William II. stair builder, bds. 

50 Ellsworth 
Irick Morris C. blacksmith, r. 352 N* 

N.J. 
Irick William, printer, Journal office, 
Irick William C. brick layer, r. 352 N. 

N.J. 
Irish George, bar keeper, Sherman 

House 
Irish James M. E. student Bryanly 

Stratton & Co's Commercial ani> 

Business College, Blackford's 
- Block 

Irish Joseph, bar keeper, r 61 Bluff rd. 
Irons Henry T. book binder, Wi/ife J. 

Braden, r. 119 W. Md. 
Irons James II. lab. J. A. Brouse, bds. 

92 E. Market 
Irons Thomas, elk. Union Tel. r. 193 

AV. Md. 
Irving Jacob R. agt. AVheeler & AVil- 

son's sewing machine, 12 N. Peiiii. 

r. 71 Jackson 
Irving M. E. student, Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Irwin A. J. carpenter, Mayhew &' 

Fearnley, 19 Circle 
Irwin John C. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 

23 N. East 
Irwin Joseph D. coal dealer, r. 515 N", 

Penn. 

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Irwin Roll C. printer. Downey & 

Brouse, brls. 36 N. Del. 
Irwin Samuel N. elk. bds. ghielson 

House 
ISENSEE ALBERT, bell hanger, r. 72 

Cal. 
Isgrigg James A. [Isgrigg & Bracken] 

r. 413 W. N. T. 
ISGRIGG & BRACKEN. [James A- 

Isgrigg ami Thomas E. Bracken,] 

dumber dealers, ISO W. Market 
iske C. lab. D. Root & Co's machine 

works 
Isky William, saloon, 251 Madison av. 
ittenbach Frank, [Smith. Ittenbach & 

Co.] bds. 140 Madison av. 
Ittenbach Gerhard, [Smith, Ittenbach 

& Co.] r. 140 Madison av. 
Ivins Lonen, [col'd] lab. r. c. Cherry 

and Ash 
izer William, student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

JACK MATTHEW W. boarding 
hcnase, 74 N." Penn. r. same 
Jack William II. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24U E. Wash. 
Jacks Isaac N. merchant, bds. Little's 

Hotel 
Jackler Christian, lab. r. HI Ft. 

Wayne av. 
Jackson Andrew, teamster, r. 19 E. 

North 
Jackson Charlotte, r. al. bet. Minerva 

and Blake 
Jackson Elizabeth M. wid. Charles C. 

boarding house. 78 Benton, r. same 
Jackson Ellen, [col'd] wid. Andrew, r. 

75 4th 
Jackson George, driver, Citizens Street 

R. W. : 

Jackson Henrietta, [col'd] wid. Wo. 
R. I. nr. city hospital 

Jackson James, lab. r. 235 Madison av. 

Jackson Jane, [col'd] wid. John, bds. 
Camp Carrington, N. of Gth 

Jackson John O.clk. Van Camp, Jack- 
son & Co. bds. 66 N. Mo. 

Jackson Julia, wid. [col'd] r. 177 Ind. 
av. 

Jackson Morris, [col'd] hod carrier, r. 
&{. bet. E. Ga. and Meek 

Jackson Rachel, [col'd] wid. r. 263 N. 
West 

Jackson Thomas, currier, Mooney & 
Co. r. rear 89 S. Penn. 

Jackson Thomas B. [Van Camp, Jack- 
son & Co. 223 W. Ohio 

Jackson William, slater, r. 186 N. Da- 
vidson 

Jackson William N. ticket agt. Union 
Depot, 431 N. Meridian 

SlmrtleiF & Maeauley, So. 



Jackson Willis, [col'd) cook Sherman 
House, r. 177 Ind. a v. 

Jacob Adel, wid. Joseph, r. 156 N. 
East 

Jacob Joseph. [Williams, Cook & Co.] 
IN 156 N. East 

Jacob Mathias, plasterer, bds. Little's 
Hotel 

Jacob! Frederick, butcher, Del. c. Mc- 
Carty, r, same 

Jacobs Charles P. bds. Bates House 

Jacobs Delilah J. talloress, r. 182 W. 
Ga. 

Jacobs Francis, bar-tender, r. 145 S. 
N.J. 

Jacobs Milton C. bar tender, r. 145 S.. 
N. J. 

Jacobs Valentine, saloon, r 145 S-. 
N.J. 

Jacoby David K. boarding house, 35 
W. Ga, r. same 

Jacob}' Jerome H. elk. Daggett & Co.. 
r. 35 W. Ga. 

Jacups Elizabeth, wid* Wlliram, r. 99 
E. Wash. 

Jail John, stone cutter, bds. 272 W. Md. 

James Catharine, waiter Ray House 

James Elizabeth, waiter Ray House 

James Franklin, [col'd!] lab. r. 79 Ann 

James Hickman, carpenter, arsenal, 
bds. 361 Mass. av. 

James John J. messenger in Adjutant 
General's Office 

James John. lab. r. 245 W. South 

James M. C. elk. W. & II. Glenn, 1x1*. 
117 W. N.Y. 

James Oliver H. plasterer, r. 196 W. 
Vt, 

James Robert, [col'd] lab. bds. 75 4th 

James Sedwick, elk. Mayhew's shoe 
store, bds. 8 Willard 

James Seth C. marble cutter, r. 180 Va, 
av. 

J.-nios Thomas S. [T. S. James & Co.] 
bds. Ray House 

JAMES T. S. & CO. [Thomas S.James. 
Joseph Quarmby and P. M. Gal- 
lahue] marble works, 136 S. Me- 
ridian 

James William, conductor, I. & C. R. R. 

Jameson Alexander C. sec. Indianapo 
lis Insurance Company, r. 355 N. 
Penn. 

Jameson L. H. Rev. r. 139 W. South 

JAMESON PATRICK H. [Jameson & 
Funkhouser,) r. 249 N. Ala. 

Jameson P. H. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Jameson Thomas IT. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College. Blackford's 
Block 

JAMESON & FUNKHOUSER, (Pat- 
rick H. Jameson and David Funk- 
houser,) physicians 19 S. Meridian 

13 West Maryland Street. 



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ORDERS SOLICITED. 



Jameson Frank, (c»l'd) porter, Palmer 

House, bds. same 
Janeway Arthur, lab. r. .312 W. Wash. 
Janeway John, pattern-maker, r. 100 

Ivy. av. 
Jaque's Elizabeth Mrs. r. 219 W. North 
Jarrell Frances, dressmaker, 36 N. III. 

r. 64 S. Del. 
.Jasper Aldridge, (col'd) lab. r. 204 W. 

2nd 
Jasper Frederick YV. grocer, 333 Ya. 

av. r.same 
Jasper Herman, lab. r. 493 Roset 
Jay Albert, bus driver. Bates House 
Jay Daivid A. student Bryant, Strat- 

TO-N & CO.'S COMMERCIAL AND BU- 
SINESS COLLEGE, Blackford's Block. 

Jeffers William, hostler, Gates, Pray & 
Co. bds. 67 IS r . Ala. 

Jefferson Benjamin [col'd] carpenter, 
r. Rhode Island, S. E. City Hos- 
pital 

Jefferson Robert [col'd] carpenter, r. 
247 Minerva 

Jeffersonville & Indianapolis R. R. 
Freight Depot, South bet. Penn. 
and Deh 

Jeffries William, lab. bds. 72 S. West 

Jehrling John P. scourer and cleaner. 
44 Va. av. r. same 

Jemison John, saddlery and harness 
making, 249 E. South, r. 55 E. 
Bates 

Jemmison , driver Citizens' St. 

P. W. 

Jenison Alexander F. [George M. and 
Alexander F. Jenison] r. 19 W. 
Ohio 

JEXISON GEORGE M. &. ALEX. F. 
[George M. and Alexander F. Jeni- 
son] watches, jewelry and silver 
ware, 24 E. Wash. 

Jenkins Andrew T. painter, r. 227 W. 
Market 

Jenkins Charles [John Jenkins & Son] 
r. 294 E. Market 

Jenkins D. H. messenger Am. Ex. Co. 
bds. Spencer House 

Jenkins Ebenezer. painter, 70 E. Ohio, 
r. same 

Jenkins George W r . city expressman, 
r. 77 First 



Jenkins John [John Jenkins & Son] 

r. 294 E. Market 
Jenkins John [col'd] barber, Francis 

A. Knox, r. 228 E. Vt. 
Jenkins John R. painter, r. 70 E. Ohio 
JENKINS JOHN & SON [John Jenk- 
ins and Charles W. Jenkins] gro- 
cers, 67 Mass. av. 
Jenkins Jul ia A. wid. James, dress tnkr. 

r. N. Miss. bet. 4th and 5th 
Jenkins Peter, painter, r. 227 W. 

Market 
Jenkins Robert [col'd] barber, r. 228 

W. Vt. 
Jenkins Sarah Mrs. wid. Nathaniel, r. 

Hamilton House 
Jenkins William F. r. 512 N. 111. 
Jenks William, cabinet inkr. bds. 35 W. 

Ga. 
Jennings Abel, [Jennings, Lambert & 

Baxter] Ky. av nr. Mill 
Jennings Geo. lab. r. 147 E. McCarty 
Jennings H. F. boot and shoe store, r. 

333 N. 111. 
JENNINGS. LAMBERT & BAX- 
TER, (Abel Jennings, Murphy 

Lambert and Samuel Baxter,*) 

plaining mill, Ky. av. nr. Mill 
Jennings Nelson, student, bd*. 350 N. 

N. J. 
Jennings N. C. student Gregory's. 

National Business College of 

Trade. 24^ E. Wash. 
Jennings Patrick, teacher, r. 248 N. 

Davidson 
Jennings Press, live stock dealer, r. 82 

N. Peril]. 
Jennings William, tinner, r. 277 W. 

Mich. * 

Jennings Wm. butcher. 34 N. Penn. r. 

36 N. Pen n. 
Jennings Wm.H. lab. Frank Wright's 

Brewery, bds. Walker House 
Jennings Wm. T. tinner, Munson & 

Johnston, 277 W. Mich. 
Jennison Henry, elk. Horn, Anderson 

& Co. bds. 19 W. Ohio 
Jenson Peter, lab. bds. 10 W r . Ga. 
Jenson Peter, jr. with John L. Smith- 

meyer, bds. 10 W. George 
Jenson Peter, Osgood. Smith* 1 & Co's 

huh factory, 230 S. 111. 
Jesin Barbara, wid. Martin, r. 337 N. 

N. J. 
Jesterson Andrew, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Jewetts Peter, wagon mkr. bds. 272 

W. Md. 
Jewish Synagogue, 115 E. W r ash. third 

floor 
Joachimi Julius, cigar mkr. George F* 

Meyer & Co. bds. 26 Biddle 
John ( lharles, market master, r. 273 N. 

Miss. 
Johns David, painter, r. 387 N. Wesfc 



Jenkins Jesse W. painter, r. 70 E. Ohio | 

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Johns David Rev. r. 3S7 X. West 
Johns Samuel E. [Smith & Johns,] 
book binder, r. 118 ST. Liberty 

Johnson bds. 122 X. 111. 

Johnson mason, r. 237 W. Mich. 

Johnson : — huckster, r. 35 Jones 



Johnson A. Miss, housekeeper, Bates 

House 
Johnson A H. student Gregory's Xa- 

tional Business College of 

Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 
Johnson Alexander T. carpenter, r. 

394 X. West 
Johnson Alexander W. carpenter, r. 52 

Fletcher av. c. Pine 
Johnson Ann C. wid. Wm. milliner, r. 

315 S. East 
Johnson Anna M. r. 52 Fletcher av. 
Johnson Berry X. salesman, Hibben, 

Tarkiugton & Co. bds. Sherman 

House 
Johnson B. lab. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Johnson Benjamin, boiler mkr. r. 88 

Garden 
Johnson Benjamin F. carpenter, r. 9 E. j 

1st 
Johnson Benjamin F. hack driver, l 

331 X. Blake 
Johnson Benjamin F. Captain, house! 

builder, r. 103 W. South 
Johnson Charles, r. 111. cor. 3d 
Johnson Charles, bricklayer, bds 



Benton 
Johnson Charles E. student X. W. C. 

University 
Johnson Charles L. F. bds. 84 S. 111. 
Johnson Christian, lab. bds. 10 W. Ga. 
Johnson Cynthia A. wid. Robert, r. 

434 W. North 
Johnson C. W. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade. 24>£ E. Wash. 
Johnson Edmund C. r. 341 S. Meridian 
Johnson Emilv. asst. teacher High 

School, r. Mr. Willard's, — Mass. 

av. 
Johnson Endorus M. student Bryant.. 

Stratton <£ Co/s Commercial and. 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block- 
Johnson Frank [col'd] lab. bds. 592 X. 

Miss. 
Johnson George, blacksmith, r. 290 E. 

La. 
Johnson George H. r. X. 111. cor. 3d 
Johnson George IT. salesman, Dorsey 

& Layman, r. 370 S. Ala. 
Johnson George W. elk. r. 79 X. Ala. 

Johnson Hans, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 



Johnson James, carpenter, r. 394 X. 

West 
Johnson James A. carpenter, r. 52 y 

Fletcher av. 
Johnson James A. carpenter, r. Madi- 
son, av. nr. Perin. 
Johnson James A. carpenter, bds. 69' 

AV. Market 
Johnson James B. carpenter, r. 78 S„ 

West 
Johnson James II. carpenter. D. Root 

& Co. machine works 
Johnson James W.,clk. r. 315 S. East 
Johnson John, tailor, r. 311 Mass. av. 
Johnson John, carpenter, 223 W. South 
Johnson John, student, bds. 780 X. 111. 
Johnson John H. carpenter, r. 309 S. 

Meridian 
Johnson John J. student Gregory's 

National Business College ok 

Trade. 24^ E. Wash. 
Johnson John' W. book keeper, W. L. 

Haskit & Co. r. 98 E. X. Y. 
j Johnson Joseph, carpenter. Sims & 

Machett, bds. 49 Hosbrook 
Johnson Lewis, [col'd] bds. Macy 

House 
Johnson Leonidas. salesman. J. Mar- 
tin r. 153 W. Md. 
Johnson Lizzie Mrs. [col'd] cook, 

Thompson & Co. r. nr. fruit house. 

Canal 



j Johnson Louis, bricklayer, jr. terminus 

Mass. av. 
1 Johnson Lydia E. r. 52 Fletcher av., 
I Johnson Mary F. Mrs. 84 S. Til. 

I Johnson Marquis L. elk. Palmer Hous 

r. 546 X. 111. 
I Johnson. Marie (col'd > servt. bds. nr.. 

Pearl, bet. S. X. J. and Ala. 
Johnson Milo* carpenter, r. Broadway 

bet. Christian av. and Forest 

Home av. 
Johnson Nicholas, blacksmith, bds. 290' 

E. La.. 
Johnson Noah, (col'd) lab. r. Camp 

Carrington c. 6th 
Johnson Peter, boarding house, 10 W. 

Ga. r. same 
Johnson Philip A. carpenter, r. 367 X. 

East 
Johnson P. J. student. Commercial 

College, bds. Dowden House 
Johnson Peter W. H. [col'd] r. Athon, 

E. city hospital 
Johnson Robert, checkman, B. Depot, 

r. 227 S.X.J. 
Johnson Rosa, r. 52 Fletcher av. 
Johnson Samuel L. printer, Herald 

Office, bds. 213 X. Penn. 
Tohnson Henry C. cigar mkr. bds. 1811 Johnson Sidney H. druggist, 190 E. SU 
X. Xoble Joseph 



Johnson Isaac E. real estate agt. room 
6 Commercial Row, r. 244 X. Miss. 



Johnson Stebbins, carpenter, Arsenal 1 
bds. nr. toll gate, E. of Peru. R.R,. 

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Johnson Thomas, [col'd] elk. r. 3d 

house on Mo. N. of Ind. av. 
Johnson T. Edward, lawyer, r. 81 E. 

Mich. 
Johnson Thomas J. lawyer, r. 96 1st 

Johnson Thomas J. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)4 E. Wash. 

Johnson Wesley H. moulder, r. 320 S. 
Del. 

Johnson Wm. bds. Union Hall 

Johnson Win. hack driver, r. 23G N". 
Blake 

Johnson William, (col'd) lab. Camp 
Carrington n. of 6th 

Johnson William (col'd) lab. r. Eliza- 
beth, S. E. City Hospital 

Johnson William, (col'd) sexton, col'd 
Baptist Church 

Johnson William, bds. Snelson House 

Johnson William, (col'd) porter, Snel- 
son House 

Johnson William, (col'd) barber, Hill 
& Carter, r. Douglas, bet. Vt. 
and Mich. 

Johnson William, (col'd) lab. r. 154 
Douglas al. 

Johnson William, farmer, r. 328 X. 
Blake 

Johnson W. B. bds. Pattison House 

Johnson William B. farmer, r. 77 Jack- 
son 

Johnson William C. carpenter. Sims 
and Machett, r. 84 Mass. av. 

Johnson William D. elk. r. 13G E. St. 
Joseph 

Johnson W. Fletch, carpenter, arsenal, 
r. 167 E. St. Joseph 

Johnson William G. elk. John Furnas 
& Co. and minister Friends Church, 
r. 137 E. St. Joseph 

Johnson William H. student, Grego- 
ry's National Business College 
of Trade, 24% E. Wash. 

Johnson William H. H. real estate agt, 
r. 3S W. North 

Johnson William S. painter, r. Minerva, 
bet. N. Y. and Vt, 

Johnson William W. printer. Journal 
Office, r. 236 E Vt, 

Johnston Benjamin, [col'd] teamster, 
bds. al.bet. E. Georgia and Meek 1 



Johnston David R. [Bovd & Johnston j 

physician, bds, 27 Mass. av. 
Johnston George W. elk. P. O. 
Johnston John F. dentist, 17 W. Md. 

r. Fenn. bet 1st and Tinker 
Johnston Oliver W. Johnston's Hotel, 
nr. Insane. Asylum, on West Na- 
tional rd. 
Johnston Robert J. elk. Wiles & Rey- 
nolds, bds. 27 Mass. av. 
Johnston Samuel A. book keeper. 
Mnnson & Johnston, bds. 86 E. Vt. 
Johnston Thomas, r. 175 E. La. 
Johnston Thomas D. elk, W. & IF 

Glenn r. 27 Mass. a v. 
Johnston Wiley W. [Murphy, Ken- 
nedy & Co.] r. Meridian, 2d n. oi 
1st. 
Johnston William J. [Munson & John- 
ston] r. 86 E. Vt. 
Joke Adolph, teamster, r. cor. Elm and 

Cedar. 
Jolly James, watchman, F & C. shops, 

r. 14 Lord. 
Jolly John. lab. 1. & C. R. R. shops, r. 

14 Lord. 
Jolly William, lab. bds. 14 Lord. 
Jones Alexander, (col'd) lab. r. 824 N. 

111. 
Jones Acqnilla, jr. (Vinnedgc .& Jones) 

r. 179 N. Fenn. 
Jones Acqnilla, Trea. Indianapolis 
Boiling Mill. (A.Jones & Co.) r. 
187 N. Fenn. 
JONES A. & CO. (Acqnilla Jones. Hil- 
lary Clay, Elisha P. Jones, and 
John \Y . Jones) wholesale grocers, 
7 and 8 Bates Block, W. Wash. 
Jones Barton D. (Anderson & Jones) 

r. 188 N. Del. 
Jones Benj.F. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
Jones Caspar, tailor, r. 219 E. South. 
Jones Charles, (col'd) Win. H.Jones, 2 

E. Wash. 
Jones Charles, (col'd) lab. r. 250 Mi- 
nerva cor. North. 
Jones Charles, (col'd) lab. r. Hosbrook 

nr. Cedar. 
Jones Curtis, elk. Jones, Davis &• Co. r. 

130 E. St. Joseph. 
Jones. Davis, & Co. (William W. Jones, 
William M. Davis, James W. Hess, 
and Charles J. Kantmahn) dry 
goods, 3 Odd Fellows Hall. 
Jones Edward B. engineer B. F. B. R. 

r. 104 2nd. cor. Mass. av. 
Jones Edward M. [col'd] driver, Mc- 

Creery & Fay, r. 75 W. Georgia. 
Jones Evan 0. expressman, r. 485 S. 

111. 
Jones Elisha P. [A. Jones & Co.] r. 187 
N. Pen n. 



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Jones Fleming, broom maki 

and Tinker. 
Jones George W. farmer, r. X. 111. bet. 

6th and Tinker. 
Jones Isaiah, [col'd] hostler, Jacob Lan- 

dis, bds.128 W. Md. 
Jones James, bds, 171 S. Ala. 
Jones James W. porter, Henry F. West 

&Co. r. 171 S.Ala. 
Jones Jesse, real estate agt. 19 W.Wash. 

r. 250 E. Vt. 
Jones John, conductor, St. R. W. bds. 

44 S. 111. 
Jones John, [col'd] cook. Hawkes & 

DeRuiter, bds. 81 S. 111. 
Jones Join), [col'd] barber, VVm. H. 

Franklhr, 2 E. Wash. 
Jones John B. Frest. Farmers & Mer- 
chants Ins. Co. of Indianapolis, r. 

West nr. Mich. 
Jones John L. r. 430 N. N. J. 
Jones John P. [Hamlin & Jones] r. 276 

X. West. 
Jones John W. [A Jones & Co.] r. 187 

N. Penn. 
Jones John W. yard master, T. & I. R. 

R. r. Ill W. South. 
Jones John W. teamster, r. 412 S. West. 
Jones John W. shoe mkr. R. Dogget. 

r. 119 W. Vt. 
Jones John W. [col'd] barber, William 

Franklin, bds. 553 N. Miss. 
Jones Joseph II. [col'd] barber, r. 51 

Hosbrook. 
Jones Joseph N". student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24U E. Wash. 
Jones Julius, carpenter, bds. 101 N. 

Miss. 
Jones Lemuel, lab. bds. L. R. R. bet. 

8th and 9th. 
Jones Lewis H. student Bryant. Strat- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College. Blackford's Block. 
Jones Louisa E. folder, Herald Office, 

bds. 77 Ind. av. 
Jones Maria, teacher, bds. 498 N. 111. 
Jones Marshal [col'd] teamster, r. 81 

Ann. 
Jones Mary, wid.Cadwallader, r. Miss. 

nr. Georgia. 
Jones M. L. student Bryant, Strat- 

TON & CVs C MMERCIAL AND BUSI- 
NESS College, Blackford's Block. 

Jones Nettie Miss, teacher, bds. 498 N. 
111. 

Jones N. R. conductor, T. H. R, R. 

Jones Ralph H. tray. agt. r. 3G9 W. Vt. 

Jones R. A. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton &Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness Collegk, Blackford's Block. 

Jones Robert A. stairbuilder, r. 299 N. 
Winston. 

Jones R. L. [col'd] barber, bds. 1G5 
Elizabeth. 



Jones Spicer, com. mer. r. 350 N. 111. 

Jones Sullivan [col'd] lab. r. 117 W. 
McCarty. 

Jones T. lab. Osgood, Smith & Go's. 
hub factory. 230 S. 111'. 

Jones Thomas, [col'd] lab. r. Ann nr. 
McCarty. 

Jones William, r. 272 N. Peru, 

Jones William, elk. bds. 31 Ind. av. 

Jones William A. messenger, J. II. 
Baldwin & Co. bds. 276 N. West, 

Jones Wm. B. strident, Gregory's" 
National Business College ov 
Trade, 24>^ E. Wash. 

Jones William B. switch tender, Union 
R. R, r. 251 S. Ala. 

Jones William II. [Coburn & Jones] r. 
273 N. 111. 

Jones William H. [col'd] barber. 2 E. 
Wash. 

Jones William M. pass. agt. M, & C. R. 
R. r. South nr. East. 

Jones William T. foreman, Osgood. 
Smith & Co. r. 35 Fletcher av. 

Jones William T. elk. r. 299 W. Vt. 

Jones William W. [J. W. Hess & Co. 
and Jones, Davis & Co.] r. 332 N. 
Del. 

Jordan Charles IT. student, Bry- 
ant, Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 

Jordan Henry, ins. agt. bds. 35 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Jordan Lewis, r. 1 Ft. Wayne av. 

Jordan Pbin -as G. driver, Am. Exp. 
r, 492 N. Miss. 

Jordan Thomas, machinist, bds. 209 S. 
111. 

Jordan William, barber, under Tem- 
perance Hall, W. Wash. r. 336 IS. 
West. 

JORDON JOHN, grocer. 1G2 W. Wash. 
r. 172 N. Miss. 

Jorgensen Carsten, r. 16 Chad wick. 

Jose Albert, frame maker, II. Lieber & 
Co. c. Del, bet. Wash, and Md. 

Jose Nicholas, second hand furniture 
dealer, 8 S. Penn. 

Joseph George W.clk Adj. Gen. office. 
r. 29Cal. 

Joseph Richard C. special agt. N. Y. 
Life Ins. Co. and attorney and 
claim agt. r. 29 Cal. 

Josey Albert, cabinet mkr. r. G6 R. R. 
street. 

Jourdan William F. 32 W. Wash. r. 
Mich. rd. 

JOURNAL OFFICE, Circle ne c. Mar- 
ket. 

Jowett Samuel, saw maker, bds. 111. 
opposite saw works. 

Jowett Samuel, moulder, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works. 



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-| Kahn Abraham, clothing, retail, 2 
^ if | Palmer House r. 226 E. N. Y. 
^-'#-||Kahn David, cashier, S. Kahn & Bro. 
bds. 283 E. Market 
Kahn J. tailor, r. 123 Spring 
Kahn Leon, [S. Kahn & Bro. J r. 67 N. 

Ni J. 
Kahn Samuel, [S. Kahn & Bro.] r. 283 
E. Market 



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Jowett William S. moulder, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, bds. 134 S. Meridian. 

Joyce Ann, r. Railroad op?>. engine 
house. 

Joyce Edmund, lab. r. 329 S. Penn. 

Judah Mathew, gardener, Henry VV'eg- 
horst. r. Japan 

Judah S. B. elk. bds. Spencer House 

Judd Charles S. artist, A. R. Miller, 
bds. 37 Va. av. 

Judd Frederick, carder, r. 233 N. Blake 

Judge James, lab. r. 47 Wyoming 

Judge Thomas, sr. pud helper, Indian- 
apolis Rolling Mill Co. 

Judge Thomas, jr. lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Co. 

Judson Charles E. (Judson & Dodd) r. 
135 N. 111. 

Judson Henry, elk. Judson & Dodd, r. 
AV. Ohio,' cor. N. Tenn. 

Judson William, (Judson & Dodd) r. 
N. Meridian, cor. W. N. Y. 

JUDSON & DODD, (William Judson 
and John W. Dodd) coffee and 
spiee mills, E. Wash. cor. S. East 

Juel James, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill Co. 

Julien John W. messenger, American 
Express Co. r. 29 E. Ohio 

Julow Henry, shoe mkr.lOG Bluff, rd. r. 
373 S. HI. 

Jumpertz Joseph, cabinet mkr. r. N. 
Noble 

Junken Samuel W bookkeeper, Lukens 
& Co. r. 165 Huron 

Justin Franklin, blacksmith, Bluff rd. 
r. same 

Justis James W. soldier, r. U. S. arsenal 

Justis Logan L. carpenter, r. 251 S. Ala. 

Justus Alauson, carpenter, r.' 251 S. Ala. 

KAAS Gottlieb, lab. r. alley nr. 
Market 

Kafatar Joseph, stone cutter, r. 461 S. 
111. 

Kafatar John, stone cutter, r. 461 S. 111. 

Kagan Hugh, plasterer, r. 49 Bradshaw 

Kahili Mary. wid. Hugh r. 347 W. 
Wash. 

Kahle Mathew, elk. Stewart & Mor- 
gan, 40 E.Wash. 

Kahlehr James, shoe mkr. r. Coburn 



KAHN S. & BRO. [Samuel and Leon 
Kahn.] dry goods 45 and 47 E. 
Wash. 

Kamister Henry, cigar maker, r. 613 
National rd. 

Kaiser Charles, saloon, 208 E. Wash, 
r. 15 N.N. J. 

Kaiser John, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Kaiser Katrina, wid. Christian, r. 68 
Mass. av. 

Kai/.er Samuel M. shoe mkr. r. 77 W. 
Walnut 

Kalb Frederick, grocer. 310 N. Win- 
ston, r. same 

Kalb George, brewer, 280 E. La. 

Kalb Philip, lamp lighter, r.127 E. St. 
Mary 

Kale Joseph, spinner, r. 303 W. Wash. 

Kalhar John, grocer, se. cor. Noble and 
Mich. r. 244 N. Noble 

KallihaMichael, lab. I. P. & C. R. R. 
r. 24 S. Law 

Kalp A. H. blacksmith, D. Root & Co. 
machine works 

Kamker Charles, grocer, Bluff rd. cor. 
McCarty 

Kamm Gotleib. watchman Journal Of- 
fice, r. 505 Roset 

Kane Charles S. [John Dorian & Co.] 
r. 69 S. 111. 

Kane Dennis, blacksmith, I. & C.R. R. 
r.400E. Ga. 

Kane Henry, lab. bds. 134 Va. a v. 

Kaneur John, hostler, J. II. Harris, 
bds. cor. Pearl and Miss. 

Kaney James G. well borer, bds. Com- 
mercial Hotel 

Kanney Walter, lab. r. 486 E. Ga. 

Kantey C. bds. California House 

Kantmann Charles J. (Jones, Davis & 
Co. and J. W. Hess & Co.) bds. Un- 
ion Hall 

Kantmann Julius, packer, Jones, Davis 
& Co. r. 236 Mass. av. • 

Kappes J. Henry, (E. C. Atkins & Co.) 
r. 132 E. North 

Karcher John, lab. r. Bluff rd. 

Kares Joseph, carpenter, r. 113 David- 
son 

Karitzer Henry, lab. C. & I. C. depot, r. 
197 Harrison 

Karl'e Christian, (C. Karle & Co.) r. 82 
S. Del. 

Karle Christian J. blacksmith, C. Fleitz, 
r. E. South 



bet. Wright and East 

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KARLE C. & CO. (Christian Karle 

and Michael Mode.) boot and shoe 

dealers, 83 E. Wash. 
Karle John J. shoe nikr. 59 E. South, r. 

same 
Rjarley Daniel S. engineer, bds. 302 W. 

Wash. 
Karnatz Herman, baker, bds. 180 S. 111. 
Karneyer Charles E.book keeper, Wil- 

son & Gorgas, r. 38 S. Tenn. 
Karny John, (Dunn & Karny) r. S. 

Del. bet. Merrill and McCarty 
Karthel Joseph, traveling agent,' r. 196 

E. McCarty 
Kasberg Joseph, book binder, W. 

Sheets, r. 71 Hosbrook 
Kasberg Peter, moulder, D. Root & Co. 

r. 71 Hosbrook 
Kastley Jacob, baker, r. 2G7 X. Noble 
Katpeter Henry, lab. T. H. & R. R. R. 

162 Buchanan 
Kattenbach Edward, r. 279 Mass. ay. 
Kattenbach Henry C. r. 279 Mass. av. 
Kattenhorn John, 79 N. Penn. 
Ivatzenstein Julius, (Hays, Rosenthal 

& Co. and Ivatzenstein & Wachtel) 

r. 188 W. Ohio 
Ivatzenstein & Wachtel, (Julius Ivat- 
zenstein and Moses Wachtel) 3 

Bates House, W. Wash. 
Kaufman Aaron, liquor, r. 389 N. 

Penn. 
Kaufman Anton, second hand goods, 

223 Mass. av. r. same 
Kaufman Jacob, butcher, bds. 252 S. 

Del. 
Kaufman Louis, butcher, bds. 252 S. 

Del. 
Kaufman Louisa Mrs. wid. Morris, r. 

358 E. N. Y. 
Kaufman Solomon, grocer, 213 E„ 

Wash. r. 164 N. Ala. 
Kaufmann Maurice, meat market, 267 

N. East, r. 269 N\ East 
Kaupka Fred H. salesman, R. Z. & W. 

H. Thomas, bds. 164 W. Md. 
Kavanaugh Ed. lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 
Kavanaugh John, moulder, bds. 323 S. 

Penn. 
Kavanaugh Lawrence, lab. r. Madison 

track, nr. engine house 
Kay Joseph, wagon mkr, 2S1 W. Wash. 

r. 211 N. Mo. 
Kay Robert, (Clark & Kay) Mass. av. 

c. Plum, r. 273 N. Noble 
Kay lor Frank, hackman, r. 136 N. 

Noble 
Kavlor John, grocer, se. c. Noble and 

'Mich. r. 244 N.Noble 
K. C. Rachel Mrs. wid. Samuel, r. 300 

S. 111. 
Kealey Andrew, printer, Herald Office, 

bds. 24 Buchanan 
Kean Kate, washer, Bates House 

Shurtleff & Macauley's, No. 



Kearney Edward, painter, bds. 80 S* 

Miss. 
Kearns Lindsay G. grocer, r. 35 W. St. 

Clair 
Keating Jeffrey, lab. r. 207 High 
Keating Joseph J. music teacher, r. 

275 E. N. Y. 
Keating Lucy U. school teacher, r. 250 

Dougherty 
Keay William, stone my son, r. 38 N. 

East 
Keaye William F. student, Bryant, 

Stratton &■ Co\s Commercial ani> 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Keefe John, carpenter, I. & C shops, 

r. 43 Harrison 
Keefe Michael, lab. Arsenal r. 65 W. 

South 
Keefer Jacob, machinist, r*. 134 St. 

Joseph 
Keehn Hiram W; elk. W. H. Lee r. 130 

N. Miss. 
Keeler Edwin S. elk. bds. Sheridan 

House 
Keeley Cynthia, wid. Alfred, r. 18 Cal. 
Keelev John, brick layer, r. 124 N. 

East 
Keeley Joseph, carpenter, r. 26 E. 

Lockerbie 
Keeley Oliver, brick laver, r. 301 E. 

Ohio 
Keeley William II. brick laver. r. 309 

E. Ohio 
Keely Daniel, brick mason, r. 248 N. 

Winston 
Keely George L. brick mason, r. 193 

N. Davidson 
Keely Henry, Joshua Staples jr. Lock- 
erbie bet. East and Liberty 
Keely Henry S. brick mason, r. 146 

Winston 
Keely Isaac I. brick mason, bds. 248 N. 

Winston 
Keely Susan, folder. Journal Office, 
Keely William, carpenter, r. 158 E. 

Mich. 
Keely William II. elk. city engineer's 

office, Glenn's Block 
Keemer James, [cord] lab. r. 263 N. 

West 
! Keenan William, lab. bds. 328 W. Wash. 
Keemm William, lab. bds. 284 W. 

Wash. 
Keene A. S. printer, bds. Snelson 

House 
Keene George, [col'cll carpenter, r. 227 

W. Merrill 
Kenton James, butcher, r. 285 N. Blake 
Keers Samuel, flour packer, C. E. Gei- 

sendorff & Co. r. 25 Blake 
Keers William, flour packer, Sohl, Gib- 
son & Co. r. Douglas 
Keers William J. cooper. C. E. Geisen- 

dorff & Co. bds. Douglas 

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BUTTERFIELD & CO.'S, 

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Keesee William N, r. North bet. Mi- 
nerva and Blake 
Keel on John, lab. bds. 284 W. Wash. 
Keffe John, carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 

shop 
Keherer Louisa Mrs. wid. John, r. 156 

E. St. Joseph 
Keibler Gotlieb, painter, bds. 248 S. 

Pen ii. 
Keiehendaugh Wan-en A. engineer, r. 

330 E. La. 
Keife.r Jacob A. (Keifer & Myers) r. 21 

Mass. av. nr. Penn. 
Keil Conrad. (Hasket & Co.) 
Keistner Frederick, tanner, i 

Del. 
Keith James, lab. George F 

185 Bates 
Keith Phoebe Mrs. seamstress, bds. 47 

Huron 
Keiting John, lab. bds. 139 Davidson 
Kekar S. E. student. Bryant, Stratton 

& Co's Commercial and Business 

College, Blackford's Block 
Keling Samuel, baker, bds. 180 S. 111. 
Kelleher David, shoe mkr. bds. 725 N". 

Tenn. 
Keller Daniel, stone mason, r. 4GG S. 

East 
Keller Frederick, editor Free Press, r. 

Shelbyville pike, nr. corporation 

line 
Keller John I. elk. D. H. Lintner, bds. 

400 VV. North 
Keller William, moulder, r.130 W.N.Y. 
Keller Zacliariah P. engineer, B. R. R. 

r. 159 .Meek 
Kellermeier Henry, works Central de- 

pot, r. 249 S. Ala. 
Keliey A. S. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade. 24J4 E. Wash. 
Keliey Alexander, carpenter, bds. 82 

E. St. Clair 
Keliey August, bds. 62 S. Del. 
Kelhy Cornelius, carriage trimmer, 

bds. Ray House 
Keliey Elisha, (col'd) lab. r. 598 N. 

Miss. 
Keliey James, (col'd) yardman, Com- 
mercial Hotel, bds. same . 
Keliey James E. (Keliey & Noble,) 

r. 381 N. 111. 



KELLEY & NOBLE. (James E. Kel- 
iey and James Noble) dry goods, 
34 W. Wash. 

Keliey John B. painter, r. 315 Va. av. 

Keliey Maria, cook, r. Institute for 
Blind 

Keliey Mary, wid. Henry, r. 286 AV. 
Md. 

Keliey Robert II. r. 483 N. Meridian 

Keliey R. H. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Keliey Thomas, lab. bds. al. bet E. Ga. 
and Meek 

Keliey William, carpenter, bds. 82 E. 
St. Clair 

Kellish Martin, butcher, r. 338 Madi- 
son a v. 

Kellogg A. C. & I.C. R. R. 

Ktllogg Charles, carpenter, bds. e.s. 
111. bet. Market and Ohio 

Kellogg F. carpenter, bds. 73 N. 111. 

Kellogg Newton, mannf. edge tools, 
411 W. Wash. r. West, se. c. Market. 

Kelly Anthony, tailor, 37 E. Wash. r. 
Keely's Row, nr. Ohio 

Kelly Arthur, shoe mkr, L. Siersdor- 
fer, bds. Del. bet. Md. and Ga. 

Kell3 r Bernando, soldier, r. U. S. Ar- 
senal 

Kelly Cornelius, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Co. 

Kelly James, peddler, r. 128 Bluff rd. 

Kelly Jeannett Mrs. wid. James, r. 153 
VV. South 

Kelly John, lab. r. 430 S. 111. 

Kellv John B. roller, Rolling Mill, r. 
158- W. South 

Kelly Louis, cook, Crystal Palace, 44 
VV. Wash. 

Kelly Patrick, lab. r. 24 Buchanan 

Kelly William, lab. r. 430 S. 111. 

Kemball Fannie, r. 704 N. Tenn. 

Kern ball Walter II. r. 704 N. Tenn. 

Kemker Charles, saloon, S. Meridian 
c. McCarty 

Kemper John. H. r. 98 Fletcher av. 

Kemper John VV. carpenter, South bet. 
Ala. and N.J. r. 192 S. N.J. 

Kemper Nancy A. r. 98 Fletcher av. 

Kemper Peter F. teamster, r.98 Fletch- 
er av. 

Kemper William H. (Young, Kemper 
& Co.) r. 178 E. South 

Kempf Joseph, shoe mkr. IT. Julow, 
bds. Globe House 

Kenan John, teamster, bds. 105 S. No- 
• ble 

Kenan Margaret, wid. Thomas, r. 105 
S. Noble 

Kendall G. S. student, Bryant. Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 



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Kendall John, blacksmith, r. 285 Blake 
Kendall John, printer, Herald Office, r. 
ID Chad wick 

Kendall John A. elk. Snelson House, 

bds. same. 
Kendall John S. student, Bryant, 

StRATTON & CD'S COMMERCIAL AND 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Kendriek Dr. 88 E. Market, REFUSED 

his name 
Kendriek Edward, lab. r. 123 Maple 
Kendriek Oscar, justice of peace, r. 245 

N. Davidson 
Kendriek Robert J. artist, bds. 73 X. 

East 
Keneaster Nimrod, prop'r. Exchange 

Billiard Hall and Saloon, 33>o N. I 

ill. r. Berkley county. Y T a. 
Kennady James, bds. Collins House 
Kennedy George R. (Kennedy & Red- 
dick) bds. Boston boarding- house 
Kennedy James, lab. r. 43 Benton 
Kennedy James, bar tender, r. 179 E. 

South 
Kennedy James, striker. Sinker <& Co. 
Kennedy John, street contractor, r. 

340 "Fnd. a v. 
Kennedy J. W. student, Bryant. 

Sth atton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Kennedy Mary, servant. Little's Hotel, 

bds. same 
Kennedy Michael, r. 179 E. South 
Kennedy Patrick j policeman, r. 178 1ST. 

Winston 
Kennedy Patrick, lab. r. 179 E. South 
Kennedy Phillip N. B. law student, r. 

E. Wash: outside city limits 
Kennedy R. Frank. (Murphy. Ken- 
nedy & Co.) r. 247 N. Meridian 
Kennedy Thomas G. elk. Browning & 

Sloan, bds. 230 N. Tenu. 
Kennedy Thomas, lab. r. 179 E. South 
Kennedy Win. sign writer, Knight & 

Loyd, bds. Snelson House 
Kennedy Win. A. salesman, Murphy. 

Kennedy & Co. bds. 247 N* Merid- 
ian 
Kennedy Win. W. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
KENNEDY & REDDICK. (George R. 

Kennedy and Noah W. Reddick,) 

retail grocers, 89 S. 111. 
Kenner Christian, tailor, r. 328 S. Del. 
Kenney James T. bds. Collins House 
Kenney Michael, lab. bds. E. George 

bet. S. Noble and S.Liberty 
Kenny Thomas, cutter, H. Cohklin, r. 

52 S. West 
Kensington John, teamster, r. 476 Va. 

av. 



Kennington Robert, saloon, 170 S.Del, 
r. Merrill, nr. Del. 

Kense Robert, student. Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade. M)4 E; Wash. 

Kensele Maria, grocer, 7th c. Mich. I'd. 

Kent William, cigar mkr. Back & 
Wen ken, bds. Mickey bet. Noble 
and N.J. 

Kenton John, blacksmith, H. P. Hurts 
r. 285 Blake 

Kentz Jeremiah, hostler, 10 E. Pearl ' 

Kentzell Joseph S. printer, Daily Even- 
ing Gazette 

Kentzeli William, printer, Daily Even- 
ing Gazette 

Kenworthy Win. A. student. Bryant, 
Stratton &Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Kenyan Charles, carpenter, r. Cherry 
bet. Ft. Wayne av. and East 

Kenyan John II. lab. McCord & Wheat- 
ley, plat i -.'g miil. r. 313 Mass. av. 

Kenz Adam. lab. r. 438 Rose.t 

Kenzel George, r. 404 S. 111. 

Kepler I). C. bds. Oriental House 

Keppel Josiah, tailor, r. 75 W, La.. 

Kepple Henry, lab. IndianapMis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. r. 225 S. Tenii. 

Kepple Martin, r. 211 S. 111. 

Kerby, see Kirby 

Kercheval Wm. J. book keener, Dor- 
sey & Layman, r. 310 N.Noble 

Kerfoot Richard A. elk. Smith & Wal- 
lace, 76 N.N.J. 

Kerin John, lab. r. 39 S. West 

Keritzer Henry, wks. C. & I. C. R. R. 
frgt. depot 

Kerk John, baker, r. 354 Va. av. 

Kerkhof Carl, street sprinkler, r. 25 
Coburn 

Kerkhoff Frederick, lab. r. 271 Union 

Kern Casper, cabinet mkr. Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. r. 390 E. Mich. 

Kern Jacob. (L. & J. Kern) r. 382 E. 
Mich. 

Kern John. lab. r. Dougheity 

Kern Louis, (L. & J. Kern) r. 390 E. 
Mich. 

KERN L. & J. (Louis & Jacob Kern) 
soda water manuf. 390 E. Mich. 

Kern Patrick, servant. Little's Hotel 

Kernel Joseph, lab. Eagle Machine 
Works, r. Bluff rd. 

Kerner Michael, lab. r. 172 E. Market 

Kerns Lindsay G. (L. G. Kerns ct Co.) 
r. 111. c. St. Clair 

KERNS L. G. & CO. (Lindsay G. 
Kerns & Charles W. Snyder,) gro- 
cers, 399 N. 111. 

Kerns Mary, wid. James, r. 38 N. 
Douglas. 

Kerper Chas. saddler, r. 73 W. Md. 



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BUTTEB.FIELD & Co., Agents. 

Kerr J. B. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 47 

S. Meridian 
Kersey Martha T. r. 711 N. Tenn. 
Kersey Oliver, joiner. Warren Tales 

faetory, r. 240 Union 
Kersey Shuval C. carpenter. bds. 711 

N. Tenn. 
Kersting Win. finisher wood work. 210 

S. .Meridian, bds. same 
Kesler Henry, shoe mkr. r. 123 W. Mar- 

ket 
Kester George \V; student. Gregory's 

National Business College of 
4 E. Wash, 
baker, A. Knauf 205 N. 



L. (Ketcham & Miteh- 
Banking Co.) r. 105 E. 



Trade. 24 

Kestla Jacob, 
Noble 

Ketcham John 
ell and Ind 
Merrill 

Ketcham Juliet, niillinerv. 122 N. 111. 
r. 02 S. Pei m. 

Ketcham & Mitchell, (John L. Ketch- 
am and James L. Mitchell,) law- 
yers, 17K E. Wash. 

Kettenbach' Edward. (Kettenbach & 
Newmeyer) r. 279 Mass. a v. 

Kettenbach William, elk. Kittenbach 
& Newmeyer) r. 279 Mass. av. 

KETTENBACH & NEWMEYER, 
(Edward Kettenbach and Julius 
A. Newmeyer) grocers, flour and 
feed, retail* 273 to 277 Mass. av. 

Keuster Chas. E. Rev. r. 31 S. N. J. 

Kevers John II. grocer and provision 
dealer, 525 N. Miss. r. same 

Keyes Thomas H. soldier, r. U. S. Ar- 
senal 

Keyser Charles, cigar mkr. C L. 
Sharpe, 28 N. Peun. 

Ktlum Ferdinand, bds. 00 S. Del. 

Kidd George, butcher, r. Buchanan 

Kidd George, conductor. Street R. R. 

Kiefer Augustus, (Kiefer & Vinton) r. 
483 N. 111. 

Kiefer Jacob, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Kiefer Jacob A. (Kiefer & Myers,) r. 
21 Mass. a v. 

KIEFER & MYERS, (Jacob A. Kie- 
fer and Leonard Myers) confec- 
tioners. 21 Mass.av. 

KIEFER & VINTON. (Augustus Kie- 
fer, and Almus E. Vinton,) whole- 
sale druggists, 2G S. Meridian 

Kiel Conrad, lab. r. 302 E. N. Y. 



S. District 
r. Muncie, 



N. earpenter, bds. 
W. earpenter, r. 
G. carpenter, 326 



Ivieley .John, wood worker, G. Lowe 
Kierseh J. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co. 

hub factory, 230 S. 111. 
Kierst August, lab. r. 184 Madison av. 
Kierst Henry, box mkr. bds. 184 Madi- 
son av. 
Kightley John W. (Kightley & Moore) 

r. 170 N. E;ist 
KIGHTLEY & MOORE, (John W. 

Kightley and George T. Moore) 

agricultural implements, 75 W. 

Wash. 
Kihn John, bar keeper, 23 N. 111. 
Kiler John, carriage mkr. bds. Pearl 

bet. S. N. J. and Ala. 
KILGORE ALFRED. U. 

Attorney, P. O. Bldg 

Ind. 
Kilgore John, dentist, 00 N. 111. bds 

Commercial Hotel 
Kilgore Samuel 

Benton 
Killgouer John 

Thomas 
Killinger John 

Market 

Killington Mose, blacksmith, r. 70 Ma- 
ple 
Killoriu Hugh, cooper, bds. cor. West 

and Md. 
Killoriu Thomas, teamster, bds. 50 S. 

West 
KIMBALL EBEN W. lawyer and no- 
tary public, 40 E. Wash. r. 382 N. 

Meridian 
Kimball Frank, r. 382 N. Meridian 
Kimble George, carpenter, r. N. N. J. 

bet. Wash, and Market 
Kimble. Thomas V. (Roll, Kimble & 

Aikman,) r. 275 Ind. av. 
Kinder Patrick, lab. r. 55 Ellen 
Kindel Joseph, moldcr, r. 19 Madison 

av. 
Kindler Charles. (Kindler & Isensee) 

r. 225 S. West 
KINDLER & ISENSEE, (Charles 

Kindler and Albert Isensee) bell 

hangers, 00 N.Penn. 
King Christian F. carpenter, r. 123 E, 

McCarty 
King Cornelius, lumber, cor. St. Clair 

and Ala. r. Millersville rd. N. city 
King David, ice dealer, r. 201 N. Miss. 
King Edward, secretary and treasurer 

B. R. R. r. 53 S. Ala. 
King Eli, student, N. W. C. University 
King Elizabeth, wid. George H. r. 218 

Huron 
King George, carpenter, r. 272 E. St. 

Clair 
King George E. elk. auditor's office. 

bds. on National rd. 
King Honora, waiter, Palmer House 
King Ira S. (King & Price) r. 172 W. 

Wash. 



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King Isaiah, blacksmith. G. MV 

Antwerp, lids, 175 N. East 
King Isaiah, bds. 218 Huron 
King Jacob, (J. King & Bro.) r. W 

bet. S. Miss, and S. Tcnn. 
King James, shoe maker, r. 231 X. 

Miss. 
King James. II. shoe maker, J. King. r. 

231 N. Miss. 
King James M. (J. W. Blake & Co.) r. 

E. Ohio 
King John, elk. bds. 240 S. Del. 
King John II. blacksmith, r. 100 JT. 

West 
King John W. wool dealer, r. 184 W. 

Ohio 
KING J. & CO. ( Jacob King and James 

Hamilton )macliinists, ton udcrs,&c. 

Pearl. 2 doors west of Miss. 
King Margaret, washer. Bates House 
King Mary, washer, Bates House 
King Peter, moulder, I). Root & Cp.'s 

machine works 
King Robert, r. 462 E. Ga. 
King Thomas, driver, Citizens" Street 

R. W. 
King Win, book binder, W. Sheets, r. 

Ft. Wayne av. 
King Wm. tinsmith, I. L. Frankem 

King & Price, (Era S. Kins and Louis 

Price) druggists. 172 W. Wash. 
Kingan Thomas D. (Joseph D.Pattison 

& Co.) bds. Bates House 
Kingham Joseph, broom mnfr. rear 253 

Mass. av. r. same 
Kingman Frank M. elk. D. Root & Co. 

r. 131 E. N.Y. 
Kingman Nelson, book keeper. I). Root 

&Cp. r.1'31 E. N.Y. 
Kingsbury Francis H. chief elk. Star 

Union line, bds. 97 W. Md. 
Kingsbury John E. clock mkr. r. Mass 

av. 
Kingsley Adrial F. farmer, r. Mich.rd. 
Kingsley Royal S. farmer, r. Mich. rd. 
Kinimant William, elk. W. & H. Glenn, 

bds. Commercial Hotel 
Kinnan Asahel S: Rev. pastor. Roberts 

Chapel, r. 67 N. Penn. 
Kinnan John.wks. McCord & Wheatlcy 
Kinnark Michael, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Kinney Cornelius, switchman, C. & I. 

R. R, r. 270 W. St. Clair 
Kinney Johanna, laundress, Palmer 

House 
Kinney Thomas, tailor and cutter, r. 

58'S. West 
Kin nick. Benjamin F. student, N. W. C. 

University 
Kinsley William, student, Brrant, 

STATTON & Co's COMMERCIAL AND 

Business College, Blackford's 
Block 



Kintz Adam, hostler, William Rus- 

chaupt 
Kirby 11. A. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College or 

Trade, 24X E. Wash. 
Kirby H. L. elk. bds. Oriental House 
Kirby James, painter, r. Madison av. 

nr. Penn. 
Kirby James H. plasterer, r. 111. bet. 

3d and 4th 
Kirby Susan, Mrs. wid. Zachariah, r, 

Madison av. nr. Penn. 
Kjrby William L. salesman. Stiles. 

Fahnley & McCrea, bds. Oriental 

House 
Kirchman Martin, varnisher. Spiegel- 

Tlioms & Co. 
Kircnoff Hermann, lab. r. National n\. 

E. City limits 
Klrehoff Hiram, foreman, Bunte A 

Dickson, r. E. Wash. 
Kirk Andrew J. hostler. 42 E. Mel. 
Kirk Daniel, turner, Spiegel, Tlioms & 

Co. r. 131 Meek 
Kirk Elizabeth, milliner, 75 N. Penn. 

r. same 
Kirk Nathaniel r.75 N, Penn 
Kirke Henry M. Dr. (Kirke & Wall) 

occulists and aurists, bds. Palmer 

House 
KIRKE & WALL, (Henry M. Kirke 

and Charles E. Wall) occulists and 

aurists, 111. sw. cor. Ga. 
Kirkpa trie John, (Kirkpatric & Edds) 

r. 502 N. 111. 
KIRKPATRIC & EDDS. (John Kirk- 
patric and Darman D. Edds) phy- 
sicians, 45 S. HI. 
Kirkwood Adam, fireman, I. & C. E. 

R. bds. 28 Lord 
Kirkwood D. L. student, Gregory's 

National Business College oe 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Kirkwood George, engineer, P. R. R. 

R. r. 165 Bates 
Kirkwood John, lab. r. 176 E. South 
Kirkwood Mary, wid. John, r. 14 Lord 

KIRLIN JAMES, drv goods, 39 N. 111. 

r. 526 N. 111. 
Kirsch John, lab. r. 105 Bluff rd. 
Kirslmer Frederick, salesman, John 

Fishback, r. 348 S. Del. 
Kirten Win. currier, r. 77 S. Miss. 
Kise Elisha S. teamster, r. Patterson, S. 

city hospital 
Kissel Fred, saloon, 18 S. Del. r. same 
Kissell .Jacob, saloon, 19 N. 111. r. same 
Kissling John, brewer, bds. Chicago 

House 
Kistner Adam, California House, 184 

S. in- 
Kistner Charles, r. 123 W. Market 
Kistner Frederick, shoe mkr. John G. 

Kistner, bds. 83 S. 111. 



No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



Square Pianos took the First Premium at Indiana State Fair, 1365 



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296 



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CYCLOID PIANOS 

ARE ELEGANT IN DESIGN, 
AND HOLD TIME REMARKABLY. 



BUTTER FIELD & Co., Agts. 



Kistn'er Henry, shoe mk'r. r. 123 VV. 
Market 

Kistner John, shoe mkr. John G. Kist- 
ner, bcls. 83 S. 111. 

Kistner John G. nnifr. arid dealer iii 
boots and shoes, 83 S. 111. r. same 

KITCHEN JOHN M. physician, Vin- 
ton Block, op. P. O. r. 147N.Penn. 

Kittle Josiaii II. carpenter, r. Go burn, 
bet. Wright and East 

KitzmillerWiliiam. engineer. Emerson, 
Beam & Thompson, r.244 W. Wash. 

Klare Frederick, carpenter, r. !77 Un- 
ion 

Klausom Erasmus, lab. Rolling Mill, 
bds. 302, S.. West 

Klein George, (Vpnder^etten & Klein) 
btls. Oriental House 

Klein Madison C. Clements A. Fergu- 
son, bds. 145 X. Meridian 

Kleiuschmit Christian, sprinkler, r. 
•284 E. Market 

Kletz John, carpenter, r. 413 S. 111. 

Kline George, barber shop, 37 111. r. 
270 X. Liberty 

Kline J. engineer, bds. 35 E. Market 

Kline Martin II. brick layer, arsenal, 
bds. terminus Mass. av. 

KLINE NICHOLAS, shoe store, 283 
Mass. av. r. 3G1 Spring 

Kline William, cooper, j'.-S. Carey & 
Co. r. Douglas 

Kliner .John J. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade. 24)£ E. Wash. 

Klingensmith Israel, (Kli2.ensmith & 
Bro.) r. 478 N. Ten n. 

Klingensmith Jacob, ( Klingensmith & 
Bro.) r. 478 N. Tenn. 

KLINGENSMITH & BRO. (Jacob 
Klingensmith and Israel Klingen- 
smith.) money brokers, room 4 
Blake's Row 

Kloeher Christian, lab. r. 55 Peru 

Koltz Emile. book keeper, r. 110 W. 
Yt. 

Klotz Mathias, blacksmith, r. 197 Bates 

Klotz Matthew, blacksmith, r. 128 Bates 

Klusmahn Louis, tailor, r. 123 E. St. 
Mary 

Knaep John, carpenter, r. 294 N. Lib- 
erty 



Knarzer George, (Geis & Knarzer) r. 

70S. Del. 
Knauf Adam, bakery, 257 Mass. av. r. 

same 
Kuans Christian G. watchman, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. r. 448 lud. av. 
Knetler Charles, book keeper, Spann & 

Smith, 2 Brown's Block 
Knetler Frederick, lawyer, r. 466 N. 

Perin. 
Kneip John, r. 294 N. Liberty 
Knerzer Frank, blacksmith, 23 N. 

Noble, r. 67 Noble 
Knight Albert B. student, B R Y a n t, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Knight A. B. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business Co lege of 

Trade. M% E. Wash. 
Knight Charles W. bricklayer, bds. 107 

Forest av. 
Knight Elijah, r. 107 Forest av. 
Knight Jane. wid. William, r. 118 Meek 
Knight Jaspar N. (Knight <% Lloyd,) r. 

666 N. Tenn. 
Knight John, (Cottrell & Knight,) r. 

304 N. Del. 
KNIGHT & LLOYD, (Jasper Newton 

Knight and Samuel Lloyd,) house 

arid si£n painters, 66 N. 111. 
Knighton John O. carpenter, r. 781 N. 

111. 
Kuippenberg II. 'E. C. Atkins & Co.) 

bds. 132 E. North 
Kuippenberg Jacob, elk. W.& II. Glenn 

bds. 132 E. North 
Knodle Adam, boot and shoe maker, 

32 E. Wash. r. 8 Ind. av. 
Knodel Dora, wid. Sebastian, r. Broad- 
way bet. Christian av. and Forest 

Home av. 
Knodle George, shoe mer. r. 80 W, 

Ohio 
Knoll* Michael, boiler mkr. r. 128 N. 

Noble 
Knoll George, (col'd) lab. r. Camp Car- 

rington, N. of 6th 
Knoll Samuel, (col'd) lab. r. 549 N. 

Miss. 
Knollenburg Geo. K. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
KNOTTS NIM. K. sign and ornamen- 
tal painter, 18 S. Meridian, r. 289 

W. Mich. 
Knowles Oliver B. Hour, 19 Iowa 
Knox Francis A. (col'd) barber, 4 N. 

Meridian, r. Howard, bet. 2d and 

3d 
Knox Joseph A. paper mkr. bds. 297 

W. Wash. 
Koart Frederick, watchman, r. 475 W. 

Mich. 



Knannlin George, lab. r. 18 Hosbrook 

Blank Books for Mercnants, at Shurtleff & Macauley's 



and 1866. Trayser & Robinson, 161 last Washington Street. 



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EVANS ik RICE, 
PREMIUM PUMPS, 

19 North Alabama St., 

IJNTDI^N^Ll»OtilS, llSUD. 



Koch George, shoe rnkr. C. Neermann, 

r. 350 1ST. Noble 
KOCH HERMAN H. groceries and 

provisions, 192 S. Noble, c. South 

r. same 
Koch Thos. foreman, Helwig, Roberts 

& Co. r. 16 E. Lockerbie 
Kochel Thomas, lab. r. 165 S. Tenn. 
Koehl Peter, waiter, California House, 

184 S. 111. 
Koehler John, (Koehler & Laaz,) r. 244 

N. Noble 
Koehler & Laaz, (John Koehler and 

Jacob Laaz) grocers, 247 N. Noble 
Koehler Win. peddler, 106 Davidson 
Koehne Charles C, H. Lieber & Co. r. 

467 N. Del. 
Koehnen Peter, moulder, D. Root & 

Co. r. 22 Wyoming 
Koehring Bernard, cooper shop, 287 N. 

Liberty, r. same 
Koener Charles, carver, Cabinet M'krs 

Union, bds. E. Wash. 
Koeniger George, saloon, 338 S. Merid- 
ian, r. 346*S. Meridian 
Kohler Jacob, (Kohler & Lipp) r. 25 S. 

111. 
KOHLER & LIPP, (Jacob Kohler and 

Henry Lipp) mer. tailors, 20 Va. 

av. 
Kohn Joseph, clothing, 80 W. Wash. r. 

same 
Kohring Charles, teamster, r. 93 Elm 
Kolb Henry, city lamp lighter, r. 164 

E.St. Joseph 
Kolb Louis, turner, 23 South bet. Me- 
ridian and Penn. r. 17 South 
Kolb William, boarding, 23 Ky. av. r. 

same 
Kolchck George, brewer, Christian F. 

Schmidt, r. 62 Bicking 
Koller Ernst H. grocer, retail, 206 E. 

Wash. r. plank rd. 
KoJp David H. blacksmith, r. 318 S. 

Del. 
Kolp Philip, r. 127 E. St. Mary 
Kolwes Christine, servant, 123 Huron 
Kolwes Frederick W. carpenter, r. 

Forest av. nr. Donation rd. 
Koontz Geo. W. elk. P. O. bds. 382 N. 

Tenn. 
Korn Martin, tinner, r. 337 N. N. J. 
Kortepeter, Herman, saw mill, r. 



Southport, Ind. 



20 



Kortepeter William F. tailor, J. & P. 

Gramling, r. 430 S. East 
Kortepeter Wm. J. r. 432 S. East 
Kortpeter Henry, lab. r. 162 E. Bu- 
chanan 
Koser John, locksmith, Kindler &. 

Isensee, r. S. Penn. nr. c. South 
Kost Curtis, broom rnkr. bds. Sheridan. 

House 
Koster Diedricks, lab. B. R. R. Depot* 

r. Bluff rd. 
Koster Theodore, lab. Belfontaine De- 
pot, r. Union 
Kothe Henry, carpenter, r. 383 E«. 

Mich. 
Kothe John, (Wust & Co.) cabinet 

rnkr. r. 383 E.Mich. 
Kothe William, grocer, 130 N. Davidson^ 

r. same 
Kotteman William, varnisher, Spiegel,. 

Thorns & Co. 73 W. Wash. 
Kottmeier William, L. Ludorff & Co.. 

bds. Bates House 
Kough Michael, lab. r. 70 Railroad 
Kowen Newton, brick mason, bds. 169: 

N. East 
Kowen William, street drainer, r. 169 

N. East 
Kraas Wm. saloon keeper and board- 
ing house, 134 S. Meridian, r. same 
Kraas William F. bar keeper, bds. 134 

S. Meridian 
Kraft Mary, servant, Lafayette House:; 
Krag Gustavus, salesman, Landers &. 

Co. 
Krag William A. traveling salesman,. 

Crossland, Maguire & Co. 
Krager Henry, lab. r. 357 S. 111. 
Kramer Andrew, shoe rnkr. r. 199 N„ 

Liberty 
Kramer Henry, meat market, 80 Ft 

Wayne av. r. same 
Kramer William, cabinet rnkr. Wilkens 

& Hall, r, 333 S. East 
Kraning John, shoe rnkr. Lawrence; 

Wachter, bds. South, bet. 111. and 

Tenn. 
Krapps John, baker, r. 253 Union 
Kraras Joseph, carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 

shops 
Krause Christian, lab. r. 256 N. Win- 
ston 
Krause Reinhold, (Emrich, Krause & 

Co.) r. 123 N. East 
Krauss Charles, messenger, Citizens' 
National Bank, bds. Ala. bet. Md. 
and Wash. 
Krauss George, salesman, Krauss & 

Gall, r. 140 N. East 
Krauss Henry, cooper, r. 265 S. West 
Krauss Jacob, (Krauss & Gall) r. 140 

N. East 
KRAUSS & GALL, (Jacob Krauss and 
Albert Gall) carpets and wall pa- 
per, 101 E. Wash. 



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AGENTS WANTED 

In every County in the State to Sell 

THE BURDETT ORGAN. 



APPLY TO 



J. A. BXJTTERFIELD & CO. 



Kranth Caroline, wid. Ferdinand, r. 27 

W. 1st 
Kranth Ernst W. prescription elk. W. 

I. Haskit & Co. r. 27 W. 1st 
Krauth Elmer, elk. W. I. Haskit <& Co. 

r. 27 W. 1st 
Kreager Christian F. grocer, 401 Va. 

av. r. 343 E. McCarty 
Kregelo Charles E.(Kregelo & McCune) 

52 Ind. av. 
Kregelo David, (Avery & Kregelo) r. 

228 N. West 
KREGELO & McCUNE, (Charles E. 

Kregelo and Henry W. McCune) 

grocers, 52 Ind. av. 
Kreger Henry, currier, Mooney & Co. 

r. 331 Ga. 
Kreger Wni. lab. Mooney & Co. 
Kreglo Jacob, carpenter, r. 82 E. St. 

Clair 
Kreider Reuben G. salesman, Evans, 

Mayo & Co. r. 186 N. Tenn. 
Kreis Philip H. saloon, Bluff' rd. r. same 
Krenking William, vinegar mkr. Frank 

Wright's brewery, bds. Ky. av. 
Kretsch Peter, cigar and tobacco manfr. 

whol. and retail, 141 S. 111. r. 325 S. 

Meridian 
Ivriecer Henry, upholsterer, r. 33 E. 

George 
Krider Daniel, Professor Penmanship, 

Gregory's National Business 

College of Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

bds. 60 S. Perm. 
Kriger William, carpenter, r. op. 428 S. 

Mo. 
Krimmel George, conductor, T. H. R. 

R. 
Kring John, carpenter, r. 188 N. Miss. 
Kring Philip, carpenter, r. 378 S. West 
Krome Augustus, teacher St. Paul's 

school, 338 E. Ohio 
Krome Frederick, lab. r. 148 Huron 
Kronenberger George, tailor, r. 2 

Dougherty 
Kronenberger William, carpenter, r. 

Pearl bet. N. J. and Ala. 
Kropp Gustav, (Kropp & Strothmann) 

176 S. 111. r. same 
Kropp & Strothmann, (Gustav Kropp 

and William Strothmann,) grocery, 

retail, 176 S. 111. 
Krouse Jacob, driver, Kolb, r. 232 S. 



Krug George C. grocer, Liberty cor. 

George, r. 67 S. Noble 
Kruger Henry, (Krnger & Raible.) r. 

223 N. Noble 
Kruger Joseph, contractor, r. 267 E. 

Market 
KRUGER & RAIBLE, (Henry Kru- 
ger and John Raible,) clothes 

cleaning and repairing, 121 S. 111. 
Krupp John, saddler, r. 341 S.Penn. 
Krupp Peter, saddler, r. 341 S. Penn. 
Kruz Christian, carpenter, C. &L C. R. 

R. r. 15 E. McCarty 
Krytzer John, tailor, f. N. Tenn. cor. 

4th 
Kuehler John, r. 123 W, Market 
Kuehn E. tailor, r. 123 Spring 
Kuetemeier Charles, carpenter, 326 E. 

Market, r. 317 E. Market 
Kugelman Henry, salesman, Geo. F. 

Meyer & Co. r. 234 N. Miss. 
Kugelman William, (George F. Meyer 

& Co.) r. 134 W. Md. 
Kuhlenbarg Barney, butcher, 170 S. 

111. 
Kuhlraan Earnest H. L. saloon, 255 

W. Wash. r. 22 S. West 
Kuhlmann Charles, cabinet mkr. r. 

130 Spring 
Kuhn Charles, meat market, 207 Mich. 

r. same 
Kuhn Frederick, messenger, S. Kuhn 

& Bro. 45 E. Wash. 
Kuhn Philip, saloon, 55 N. Ala. r. same 
Kuhn William, bakery, 150 N. East, r. 

same 
Kulb John, tinsmith, r. 164 E. St. Jo- 
seph 
Kulb Henry, tinsmith, r. 104 E. St. 

Joseph 
Kulp Adam, huckster, r. 132 E. St. Jo- 
seph 
Kunkel Benjamin, cigar mkr. r. 451 

S. 111. 
Kunkel Charles, miller, City Mills, r. 

434 Va. av. 
Kunkel Jacob, harness mkr.r, 451 S. 111. 
Kunkel John, lab. r. 451 S, 111. 
Kunkel John A. cigar mkr. George F. 

Meyer & Co. bds. Union Hall 
Kunkel Henry, carpenter, bds. 434 Va. 

av. 
Kunneman Frederick, bds. California 

House 
Kuntensperfe Vinson, stone cutter, r. 

Madison rd. 
Kunz Jacob, carpenter, 525 E. Market 
Kunz Jacob, carpenter, C. & I. C. R. 

R. r. Lord nr. Noble 
Kunz Maggie A. millinery, 9 S. Ala. r. 

same 
Kunze William, baker, with Fred Boll- 

mann, bds. 107 E. Wash. 
Kurk Daniel E. turner, Spiegel, Thorns 

& Co. r. 131 Meek 



Mo. 

Bankers' Books made to order by Shurtleff & Macauley, 



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Rurts A. J. wid. Hilpat, r. Blake, cor, 

Ind. av. 
Kurts Hilpat P. blacksmith, 178 Ind. 

av. r. same 
Kuser Daniel, lab. r. 330 S. Del. 
Kuster Theodore, lab. r. 265 Union 

LAAZ Jacob, (Koehler &Laaz) r. 215 
N. Noble 
Labarre Louis, moulder, r. 311 S. Penn. 
Lacey Albert C. printer, Herald office, 

r. Miss. se. cor. South 
Lachete Peter, lab. r. Benton, m\ C. & 

T. C. R. R. 
Lachle Seep, baker, 112 Bluff rd. r» same 
Lack Henry, varnisher, Spiegel, Thorns 

& Co. 
Lack Rudolph, elk. Harrison's Bank, 

bds. 252 N. Meridian 
Lacy Austin, plasterer, bds. 69 W. 

Market 
Lacy Lucy, (col'd) r. 154 Douglas al. 
Ladd David, (col'd) porter, C. & I. C. 

R. R. bds. 378 E. Ga. 
La Dow Daniel, (La Dow, Winder & 

Wise) r. Dayton, Ohio 
LA DOW, WINDER & WISE, (Dan- 
iel La Dow, John Winder and John 

Wise) marble works, 120 S. 111. 
Lafayette Depot, on North and Fayette 

and Canal 
Lafayette House, Geo. Hoppe, prop'r. 

179 S. Meridian 
Lageman John, bds. California House 
La Grange Henry, bds. 32 E. Ohio 
Lahmann Charles, r* 376 Va. av. 
Lahmann Frederick, shoe mkr. r. 31 

Madison av. 
Laible Andrew, butcher, C. iTorger, 

bds. Noble, ne. cor. N. Y. 
Laing David, carpenter, r. 36 Henry 
Laing Samuel, tinner, bds. 36 Henry 
Lair Jacob, carpenter, r. 174 N. David- 
son 
Laird Charles P. insurance agent, 3Q}4 

E. Wash. 
Laird Harrison, tinner, bds. 554 N. 111. 
Laird John P. carpenter, r. 68 S. Noble 
Laird Robert, bds. 554 N. 111. 
Laird William H. book keeper, Kiefer 

& Vinton, r. 554 N. 111. 
Laiser John, machinist, bds. 30 Ky. av. 
Laitiker Charles, baker, r. 314 N. N. J. 
Lak Henry, bds. 62 S. Del. 
Lake Elis R. r. 265 Bluff rd. 
Lake John, butcher, r. Bluff rd. 
Lake Joseph P. carpenter, r. 394 N. 

Miss. 
Lake Maggie, dress mkr. 169 S. Tenn. 
Lake T. J. carpenter, bds. Illinois 

House 
Lally Thomas, tailor, 37 E. Wash. r. 

225 E. South 
Lamb Allison, teamster, bds. 379 N. 

West 



Lamb Charles, engineer, I. & C. R. 

R. bds. 78 Benton 
Lamb Peter, lab. r. 251 S. Tenn. 
Lamb Samuel, sheriff, supreme ct. 

r. 102 E. Pratt 
Lambers Joseph, teamster, bds. 288 

W. Md. 
Lambert J. M. (J. M. Lambert & Co.) 

r. Ray House 
Lambert J. M. &, Co. proprietors Ray 

House. Del. cor. South 
Lambert Murphy, (Jennings, Lambert 

& Baxter,) Ky. av. nr. Mill 
Lame John, conductor, r. 313 S. Del. 
Lamley George W. sexton, Roberts 

Chapel, r. at church 
Lamoine Fannie Miss. bds. 78 S. 111. 
Lamotte Charles, tinner, bds. 192 Mass. 

av. 
Lamotte Joseph, tinner, 192 Mass. av, 

r. same 
Lampe Francis, (J. H. Stallo & Co.) r. 

26 S. Meridian 
Lampton Albert, student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Land Marcella,~ Mrs. wid. Ezekiel, r. 

436 West 
Landers Delilah (col'd) r. 232 N. Mo. 
Landers Frank, (Landers & Co.) r. 

Penn. cor. St. Clair 
Landers Israel, conductor, C. & I. R» 

R. 
Landers James, engineer, bds, 360 N. 

Noble 
Landers John, lab. American Express, 

Union depot 
Landers John, (Pee, Conduitt & Co.) 
Landers Thomas, lab. r. 200 E. Mc- 

Carty 
Landers William, (col'd) lab. r. 300 S. 

111. 

LANDERS. & CO. (Frank Landers, 

Alexander N. Clark, George W. 

Geiger, Milton Cox and John C. 

McCutcheon) whol. dry goods and 

notions 58 S. Meridian 
Landgagim Michael, engineer, P. & I. 

R. R. bds. 142 S. East 
Landgraf Jacob, tailor, 13 N. Meridian, 

r. 44 Douglas 
Landis Jacob, livery and sale stable, 

42 S. Penn. r. 128 W. Md. 
Landis M. M. [Landis & Mac Arthur] 

r. 506 N. Meridian \ 

LANDIS & MAC ARTHUR, [M. M. 

Landis and J. B. Mac Arthur] fr't 

contracting agts. 101 E. Wash. 
Landormie D. Mrs. r. 434 E. North 
Landormie Joseph, fireman, I.C. R. R. 

bds. 314 E. George 
Landormie, see also Lendormie 
Landurs Milton, [col'd] porter, House 

of Lords, bds. 570 N. Miss. 



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STRINGS, 
20 per cent. Lower than any- 
other House. 

DEALERS SEND FOR SAMPLES TO 

J„ A. BUTTERFIELD & CO., 

22 West Wasliing-ton Street. 

Lane E. [cord] wid. David, r. 251 E. 
St. Clair 

Lane Green, [col'd] bds. 74 E. Mich. 

Lane John A. teamster, r. 350 N. N. J. 

Lane John U. brick layer, r. 138 Da- 
vidson 

Lane Uriah, lab. r. 350 N. N. J. 

Laney Mathew, r. 325 S. Penn. 

Lang Daniel, carpenter, r. MeCarty, 
cor. Tenn. 

Lang David, carpenter, Mayhew & 
Fearnley. 19 Circle 

Lang Frederick J. porter, State offices, 
r. S. Cal. nr. Soldiers' Home 

LANG LOUIS, importer Rhine wines, 
11 N. Penn. r. 221 E. Ohio 

Langan William C. route agt. Ameri- 
can Express Co. 

Langbren Joseph, toys, 200 E. Wash. r. 
same 

Langdon Caroline, wid. r. 149 N. Bright 

Langenberg H. H. [H. H. Langenberg 
& Co.] r. sw. cor. Bluff rd. and cor- 
poration line 

Langenberg H. H. & Co. [Henry H. 
Langenberg, Fred. T. Vogt and 
Aaron Razer] 244 and 246 W. Wash. 

Langley William A. bus driver, Pal- 
mer House, bds. same 

Langsdale James K. bds. 225 E. Ohio 

Langsdale Joshua M. W. township 
trustee and librarian, r. 225 E.Ohio 

Lanihan John, lab. r. 374 S. 111. 

Lankford Annie M. Mrs. r. 291 N. Lib- 
erty 

Lankford Whitton S. Rev. [cord] pas- 
tor Allen Mission M. E. Church, r. 
115 N. Davidson 

Lannav Louis F. [Louis F. Lannay & 
Co'.] r. 166 N. West 

LANNAY LOUIS F. & CO. [Louis F. 
Lannay and William Wilkens] hair 
and bristle works, S. end West 

La nnes David G.clk. A. Clem & Bro. r. 
84 Mass. av. . 

Lannis David, student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton, & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, B 1 a c k f o r d' s 
Block. 

Lansingham William, coppersmith, r. 
184 S. Del. 

Lansingcamp William, works Cottrell 
& Knight. 



Lansmann Henry, elk. Henry Rode- 

wald, r. 441 Va. av. 
Lantz John G. porter, H. F. West & 

Co. r. 288 N. Railroad. 
LaPorte Miller J. lab. r. 34 Vinton. 
Large Michael, pump peddler, r. 332 

Ind. av. 
Larimore Daniel M. student, N. W. C. 

University 
Larkin, A. L. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24}4 E. Wash. 
Larkin John, lab. r. Ellen, nr. North 
Larsen Jens, r. 16 Chadwick 
Lash George, stone cutter, arsenal, r. 

420 E. St. Clair 
Lasman August, lab. r. 413 Va. av. 
Lasman| Simon, lab. r. 142 Huron. 
Latham Charles, elk. Fletcher's Bank. 

bds. E. Wash, beyond City limits. 
Latham Charles C. soldier, i\ U. S. ar- 
senal. 
Latham George A. salesman, Horn, 

Anderson & Co. r. 70 E. Md. 
Latham Henry, asst.cash. Indianapolis 

National Bank, r. ns. E. Wash. nr. 

City limits. 
Latham William II. teacher, Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, r. E. Wash. nr. City 

limits. 
Latshaw John F. real est. agt. 17 W. 

Wash. r. 92 S. Miss. 
Latta William R. grocery and eating 

house, 113 S. 111. r. same. 
Lauck Michael, finisher, Sinker & Co. 

r. 391 S. Del. 
Lauer Charles, saloon, 202 E. Wash. r. 

15 Bluff rd. 
Laughlin James, brakeman, C. & I. C. 

R.R. bds. 99 Benton. 
Lauks John, C. & I. C. R. R. 
Laun John, lab. r. 59 Hosbrook. 
Laupheimer Augustus, saloon, 191 E. 

Wash. r. 34 S. Ala. 
Laurie William, elk. W. & H. Glenn T 

bds. 181 N. Liberty. 
Lavery John, elk. Richard Simpson, r. 

72 Bicking. 
Lavette G. physician, bds. 59 N. 111. 
Law Warner, City expressman, r. N. 

Miss. bet. 4th and 5th 
Law N. C. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Lawler Ellen, nurse, r. Institute for 

Blind. 
Lawler James, porter, Adams Exp. Co. 

r. 54 Bicking 
Lawler John, r. 54 Bicking 

Lawler William, lab. r. S. East, nr. Va. 

av. 
Lawless Michael, grocer, 138 S. Noble 

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W. 2nd 
Lawrence Arthur V. grocer, 73 W. 
Wash. r. 211 W. Ohio 

Lawrence George H. miller, Orme & 
Bro. r. 222 Bluff rd. 

Lawrence James, (col"d) barber, Hill 
& Carter, r. 217 S. Mo. 

Lawrence John, (col'd) barber, Hill & 
Carter, Ky. av. bet.Tenn.and Miss. 

Lawrie William, elk. bds. 181 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Lawson Sarah, wid. Elijah, washer and 
ironer, r. 105 W. Mich. 

Lawton Charles A. (Bowen, Brough & 
Lawton) bds. E Market, nr. 111. 

Lawton Henry W. salesman, Bowen, 
Stewart & Co. 18 W. Wash. 

Lawyer John A. lab. bds. Little's Ho- 
tel 

Lawyer Peter C. (Lawyer & Hall) bds. 
Little's Hotel 

LAWYER & BALL, [Peter C. Law- 
yer, and Edward K. Hall] com. 
mer. 49 S. 1ST. J. 

Layman James T. [Dorsey & Layman] 
* r. 379 1ST. Penn. 

Layton Timothy M. conductor, T. H. 
A. & St. Louis R. R. r. 180 W. 
Mich. 

Leach Eliza Mrs. wid. David, r. 23 Bu- 
chanan. 

Leach James, Cottrell & Knight, r. 31 
Buchanan. 

Leaclley William, tailor, r. 85 E. Wash. 

Leahy Timothy, lab. 493 E. Ga. 

Leahy Michael, shoe maker, r. Ga. nr. 
Mitchel 

Leahey William, lab. 327 W. Market 

Learned Charles C. elk. bds. 630 N. 111. 

Leary James, elk. M. Lawless, bds. 138 
S. Noble. 

Learv James, C. & I. C. R. R. fr't depot 

Leary Michael, lab. r. 330 S. Del. 

Leary Patrick C. (Manlove & Leary) 
bds. Pyle House. 

Leary William, boiler makr. Sinker & 
Co. 

Leathers William W. (Leathers & 
Carter) r. c. Mass. av. and N. J. 

LEATHERS & CARTER, (William 
W. Leathers and George Carter) 
lawyers, 3 Odd Fellows Hall 

Lebold C. H. physician, bds. Oriental 
House. 

Lechene Charles, shoe maker, bds. 160 
Railroad. 

Lechene Eugenia, wid. milliner, 160 
Railroad. 

Lechene Mary Ann, wid. Charles, r. 160 
Madison av. 

Lecher Jacob, turner, r. 75 Coburn 

Leek Robert M. salesman, Charles 
Wittenberg, r. 480 1ST. Miss. 



Leckner Mat. elk. Stewart & Morgan. 
r. 40 E. Wash. 

Leddy John, lab. r. 51 Wyoming 

Lederer John, brewer, J. P. Meikel, 
bds. 213 W. Md. 

Ledlie John, Moore & Co. r, 67 1ST. Da- 
vidson. 

Ledlie John E. saloon, E. Wash. r. 377 
E.Ga. 

Lee Benjamin, salesman, Charles Wit- 
tenberg, bds. Beard House 

Lee Benjamin J. cutter, bds. 69 W. 
Market 

Lee Edward S. physician, 15 Ind. av. 
r. same 

Lee Henderson (col'd) hostler, W. E. 
Wood, court bet. Penn. & Del. 

Lee Henry (col'd) hod carrier, bds. 185 
Elm 

LEE HENRY H. drugs and teas, 18 N. 
111. and N. Penn.r. 189 N. 111. 

Lee M. G. claim agt. 24>£ W. Wash 

Lee Michael H. plasterer, 319 E. Mer- 
rill. 

Lee William E. saloon, 48 Va. av r. 173 
S. Tenn. 

Leehrkaupf John, tailor, Rudolph 
Rogge, r. 335 Va, av. 

Leerkaump George, cooper, bds. S. Me- 
ridian nr. McCarty 

Leever Daniel R. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Lefever Samuel, street contractor bds. 
145 W. South 

Lehman John, porter, W. P. Bingham 
& Co. bds. 32Cal. 

Lehr Ferdinand A. [A. G. Wallace & 
Lehr] r. 419 N. N. J. 

Lehr Phillip, carpenter, r. 163 N. Da- 
vidson 

LEHRRITTER CONRAD, saloon 92 

E. Wash. r. same 
Lehrritter George, saloon, 143 E. Wash. 

r. same 
Lehrritter, John, elk. Charles Mayer 

& Co. bds. N. J. bet. Ohio and Mar- 
ket 
Leighton Thomas, lab. bds. 199 W. Md. 
Lei pie George, boot and shoe maker, 

r. 565 E. Wash. 
Leisenman William, lab. r. 9 Peru 
Lelly Thomas, tailor, r. 225 W. South 
Le Marr Victor, painter, Case, Marsh 

& Wiggins, r. 774 N. Tenn. 
Lemmon , brakeman, C. & I. C. R. 

R. bds. 58 Benton 
Lemmon E. E. student Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

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Lemon Albert E. elk. Indiana Life In- 
surance Office, r. 102 Meek 

Lemon Daniel, elk. A. V. Lawrence, 
bds. 272 W. Md. 

Lemon Ed. blacksmith, r. 234 E. Mar- 
ket 

Lemon Jennie, wid. John, dress mak- 
ing, r. 72 E. Ohio 

Lemon Leander. stadent, r. 72 E. Ohio 

Lemon O. V. messenger American Ex. 
Company, bds. Spencer House 

Lemon Peter H. elk. auditor's office, r. 
102 Meek 

Lenaghan John, lab. r. 135 Huron 

Lenard James, lab. Am. Ex. Co. Union 
Depot 

Lenard Michael, lab. r. 67 E. South 

Lendormi Desrie, r. 431 E. North 

Lendormi Ernest, r. 434 E. North 

Lendormi Paulen, policeman, r. 434 E. 
North 

Lendz William, porter, II. F. West & 
Co. r. East c. Stevens 

Leneughan Bartley, lab. bds. E. La. 
cor. Ala. 

Leng Fred, tinsmith, Voegtle & Metz- 
ger 

Lenkin William, wks. F. Wright's bds. 
30 Ky. av. 

Lenk Mathias P. foreman, Christian 
F. Schmidt 

Lennault J. P. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Lennert Sarah Mrs. stamping and em- 
broidery, 38 S. 111. r. same 

LENOX EDWARD, mer. tailor, 33 
S. 111. r. same 

Lenox John, shoe mkr. Ludwig Rein- 
hard, r. New York 

Lent Ernest, lithographer, bds. 78 S. 
111. 

Lent William D. (Forester & Lent) bds. 
nw. c. Vt. and 111. 

Lenten George A. harness mkr. r. 260 
Ind av. 

Lentz Gotleib F. teamster, r. 236 Peru 

R. R. 
Lentz Louis, packer. Henry F. West& 

Co. 37 S. Meridian 
Lentz William F. porter, II. F. West & 

Co. r. 320 S. East 
Leonard Abigail, wid. James, r. 154 
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Leonard Bartlett, lab. r. c. La. and 

Ala. 
Leonard G. hostler, Street R. W. 
Leonard George W. grocer, 149 N.Del. 

bds. N. Tenn. nr. c. St. Clair 
Leonard Michael, hostler, Gates, Pray 

& Co. bds. 07 N. Ala. 
Leonard Nicholas, stone cutter, God- 

dard & Sons r. 80 S. Miss. 
Leonard Stoughton, student, N. W. C. 

University 
Leonerd John, stone mason, r. 157 N. 

Davidson 
Leopard Nicholas, blacksmith, Eagle 

Machine Works 
Lepard Engo, brakeman, C. & I. C. R. 

R. bds. 78 Benton 
Lepperd Lucretia, wid. Edward, r. 288 

W. Md. 
Leppert Nicolas, blacksmith, Wash- 
ington Foundry, r. 23 Lord 
Leppus William, stone mason, r. 418 

N. East 
Lerkam George, cooper, bds. 346 S. 

Meridian 
Leschene Eugenie, milliner, M. N. Mo- 
ses, r. 160 Madison av. 
Leser John, tailor, F. Goepper & Co. r. 

257 E. N. Y. 
Lcsh Aaron B. (Lesh, Tousey & Co.) 

bds. 94 N. Cal. 
Lesh Louis, (Lesh, Tousey & Co.) r. 94 

N. Cal. 
LESH, TOUSEY" & CO. (Louis Lesh, 

Wood Tousey and Aaron B. Lesh) 

produce dealers 65 S. Meridian, 

and tallow manufacturers, Bluff 

rd. 
Leshire Henry, brakeman, C. & I. C. 

R; R. bds. 58 Benton 
Leslie Joseph, second hand store, 225 

W. Wash. r. same 
Letcher Jesse, lab. r. Mo. bet. N. Y r . 

and Vt. 
Letchworth George J. (George K. 

Share & Co.) r. Auburn, N. Y. 
Letherman Catharine, servant, 336 Va. 

av. 
Leuck O. machinist, Sinker & Co. 
Levien James M. messenger, Lewis 

Dessar, bds. 212 E. Vt. 
Levien Siegmund, clothing dealer, 38 

W. Wash. r. 212 E.Vt. 
Levinson Joseph, tailor and gent's fur- 
nishing goods, 14 E. Wash. bds. 

Union Hall 
Levy Henry, (A. Garrett & Co.) r. 257 

E. Wash. 
Lewis Anderson, (col'd,) blacksmith. 

r. cor. North and Minerva 
Lewis xlndrew, teamster, 247 N. Tenn. 
Lewis Archibald, carpenter, Sinker & 

Co. r. 247 N. Tenn. 
Lewis Cyrus, hod carrier, r. 198W.Ga. 

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Lewis George W. student, r. 231 N". Da- 
vidson 
Lewis Hiram L. teamster, r. 407 S. East 
Lewis IT. W. brickmason, bds. Kay 

House 
Lewis John H. student, bds. 402 N. East 
Lewis John (col'd) waiter, Bates House 
Lewis John H. teamster, r. 151 Bluff 

rd. 
Lewis Martha B. Mrs. wid. Hiram II. 

r. 433 E. Vt. 
Lewis Simeon, driver, Washington St. 

It. W. bds. 15 S. Miss. 
Lewis Thompkins A. (Lewis & Wil- 
liams) r. 232 1ST. Meridian 
Lewis William II. H. printer, Downey 

& Brouse. r. 23 E. North 
Lewis & Williams, (Thompkins A. 

Lewis and Benjamin H. Williams) 

freight agents, 82 Va. av. 
Lewitt William, salesman, C. Dickson 

& Co. r. 101 W. Wash. 
Libely George, shoe mkr. r. 564 E. 

Wash. 
Lich Henry G. Rev. pastor, German 

M. E. Church, r. 224 E. Ohio 
Liddy John, elk. W. & II. Glenn, bds. 

166 E. Market 
Lieber Herman, (H. Lieber & Co.) r. 

404 N. Del. v 

LIEBER H. & CO. (Herman Lieber 

and Charles Koehne) art gallery, 

21 N. Penn. 
Lieber Peter, (Gagg & Co.) r. 246 S. 

Penn. 
Liebhardt Joseph, dyer, Merritt & 

Coughlen, r. Md. 'bet. Tenn. and 

111. 
Liebrich Lewis, porter. Browning & 

Sloan r. 330 W. North 
Lietz Theodore, portrait painter, A. A. 

Barnes, 39 E. Wash. r. 83 N. East 
Lightfoot Thomas, (col'd) lab. r. Camp 

Carrington, bet. 6th and 7th 
Lightfoot Wm. (Lightfoot & Wolf kill) 

* bds. 53 S. 111. 
LIGHTFOOT & WOLFKILL, (Wil- 
liam Lightfoot and John Wolfkill) 

Mishler's bitters, 53 S. 111. 
Lightford James G. draughtsman, 

Sinker & Co. r. 219 N. Miss. 
Lilienkamp Ernst, tailor, r. 173 E. 

Wash. 
Lilley John O. D.agt. Car Spring Co. 

r. 2d c. Tenn. 
Lily Stephen A. tanner, bds. Lafay- 
ette House 
Linck Frederick, baker, bds. 180 S. 111. 
Linck James, peddler, bds. 31 N. James 
Linck Julius C. saloon keeper, 76 Tenn. 

r. same 
Linck Nathan, (col'd) cook, Bates 

House 

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Lincoln Charles, salesman, Myer & 

Strauss, 4 W. Wash. 
Lindemann Frank, elk. r. 125 E. Wash. 
Lindemann William* molder, r. 109 

Benton 
Lindenbower Wheeler B. engineer, I. 

C. R. R. bds. 682 N. Miss. 
Lindenbower William H. real est. agt. 

and notary public, 8 Temperance 

Hall, r. 682 1ST. Miss. 
Linder John S. grocer, 395 S. East, r. 

same 
Lindley Calvin, r. 74 Pratt 
Lindley, Carter & Co. (Hiram Lindley. 

John Carter and William L. Pj'le) 

real est. and Insurance agts. 8 E. 

Wash. 
Lindley Hiram, (Lindley, Carter & Co.) 

r. 218 N. Ala. 
Lindley Henry J. elk. McKernan & 

Pierce, and notary public, r. 71 Ind. 

av. 
Lindley Lemuel G. conductor, B.R. R. 

r. se. cor. Davidson and Vt. 
Lindley Ruth Mrs. r. 74 Pratt 
Lindsay Benjamin F. painter, J. W. 

Mull, r. N. Tenn. nr. cor. Ind. av. 
Lindsay Isaiah C. r. 177 N. Tenn. 
Line Thomas, mason, bds. 111. House 
Lingenfelter Ashford, carpenter, r. 271 

N. Davidson 
Lingenfelter Ashford, jr. bds. 271 N. 

Davidson 
Lingenfelter Jefferson, carpenter, Wm. 

Ayers, bds. 271 N. Davidson 
Lingenfelter John W. carpenter, r. 32 

Bradshaw 
Lingenfelter William H. bds. 35 E. 

Market 
Link Andrew, lab. r. 362 E. N. Y. 
Linn J. S. student Gregory's'Nation- 

al Business College of Trade. 

24^ E. Wash. 
Linn Mary E. wid. Alexander, r. 23 

Ellsworth 
Linnes Daniel, lab. r. 245 W. South 
Lintner Abraham, elk. r.182 Ind. av. 
LINTNER C.H. dry goods and no- 
tions, 184 Ind. av. r. 285 Ind. av. 
Lintner Daniel H. grocer, 400 W. North, 

r. same 
Lintner Isaac H. elk. Stoneman & Tut- 

tle, r. 27 Douglas 
Lintner John, r.l82 Ind. av. 
Linton Elizabeth F. wid. William, r. 

250 Madison av. 
Linton George A. harness maker, r. 

260 Ind. av. 
Linton James W. driver, r. 250 Madi- 
son av. 
Lintz Benjamin, porter, Stewart & 

Morgan, 40 E. Wash. 
Lintz Catharine A. saleswoman, Delia 

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Lintz Delia, boots and shoes, retail, 39 

W. Wash. r. S. Miss. 
Lintz John K. salesman, Delia Lintz. 

bds. 17 S. Miss. 
Lion Adolph, boot and shoe nikr. 25 N. 

111. r. 301 S. Del. 
Lipp Henry, carpenter, bds. 320 E. 

Ohio 
Lipp Henry, (Kohler & Lipp) r. 320 E. 

Ohio 
Lipsey Kippin (col'd) lab.r. 378 E. Ga. 
Lipstine Samuel, salesman, r. 45 S. 111. 
Lischo Isaac, fr'gt conductor, Central 

R. R. r. 605 E. National rd. 
Lister William J. B. elk. W. E. Wood, 

r. 284 N. X. J, 
Litner Isaac H. elk. Stoneman & Tut- 

tle 
Little Joseph, bds. 36 N. Del. 
Little Joseph C. roller, rolling mill, r. 

239 S. Miss. 
LITTLE'S HOTEL, E. Wash. c. N.J. 
Litton Preston, brick mason, r. 325 E. 

Walnut 
Living Theodore, law student, O. M. 

Wilson, bds. 153 W. Md. 
Livingston Halsey B. elk. 127 Ind. av. 

Llovd Gideon, real estate agt. r. 241 N. 

'Term. 
Lloyd Samuel, (Knight & Lloyd) r. 99 

1ST. Tenn. 
Lloyd Samuel, painter, bds. 59 N. 111. 
Lloyd S. C. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Lobdell James H. agt. Mer. Despatch 

fast freight line, r. 292 S. Penn. 
Lochean Chas. boot mkr. A. Knodle, 32 

E. Wash. 
Locie Samuel, engineer, C. & I. C. R. R. 

bds. 58 Benton 
Lock Josiah, lightning rods, r. 463 N. 

Penn. 
Locke Charles E. student. N. W. C. 

University 
Locke Elan, r, 76 N. California 
Locke Erie. r. 76 N. California 
Locke James, r. 444 S. 111. 
Locke John G. lab. r, 272 N. Blake 
Lockfe Mathew, carrier, Daily Evening 
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Locke Stephen S. painter, Van Blari- 

cum & Craft, r. 444 S. 111. 
Locke William M. boarding house, r. 

266 S. 111. 
Lockhart B. F. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Lockhart Levi J. (Lockhart & Co.) r. 

74 S. Miss. 
Lockhart Thomas J. (Lockhart & Co.) 

r. es. N.I1L nr. 1st 
Lockhart Thomas W. student, N. W. 

C. University 
LOCKHART & CO. (Levi J. Lockhart 

and Thomas J. Lockhart) Hour and 

feed, 81 and 83 W. Wash. 
Locklair J. (col'd) lab. r. 218 Howard 
Locklear Mary, (col'd) wid, r. 162 

Elizabeth, se. City Hospital 
Lockley Albert, (col'd) lab. bds. bet. 

1st and 2d, L. R. R. 
Locklev Lurene, (col'd) wid. Jordan, L. 

R. R. bet. 1st and 2d 
Lockwoocl William W. elk. P. O. bds. 

Oriental House 
Loebenburg Abraham, salesman, Gla- 

ser, Mitchel & Co. r. 184 Va. av. 
Loebenberg Herman, salesman, S. Fox, 

r. 38 W. Wash. 
Loemann Carl, grocer, 376 Va. av. r. 

same 
Loeper Jacob W. draughtman, John 

L. Smithmyer, r. E. Wash. ne. cor. 

East 
Logan canvasser, REFUSED his 

name for this Directory, 29 W. 

Pratt 
Logan Bernard, retail grocery, 191 W. 

South, r. same 
Logan Franklin, tinner, Blocher & 

Myers, r. 15 S. Tenn. 
Logan George, lawyer, f. 422 X. East 
Logan John, apprentice, Indianapolis 

Agricultural works, bds 253 Sinker 
Logan John, lab r. Sinker, bet. N. J. 

and Ala. 
Logan John, lab. Osgood, Smith & 

Co's hub factory, 230 S. 111. 
Logan Mary, [col'd,] wid. Clement, r. 

426 N. East 
Logan Mathew, packer, Singer manfr. 

Co. 50 E. Wash. r. 217 W. South 
Logan Michael, lab. r. Sinker, bet. N. 

J. and Ala. 
Logan Patrick, lab. r. 282 S. East 
Logan Reuben D. lawyer, r. East, N. 

of St. Clair 
Logan Thomas, porter, Connely, Wiles 

& Co. r. alley bet. Penn. and Del. 
Logau Thomas J. carpenter, r. 171 

Meek 
Lohman Charles, lab. r. 577 E. St. Clair 
Lohning Henry, lab. r. 388 Ind. av. 
Lohrman Conrad G. brewer, r. 3S 

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Reyer & Thorns, r. 25 W. St. Clair 
Loman Nancy Mrs. dress maker, r. 112 

E. St. Clair 
Loman William, blacksmith, bds. 175 

N. East 
Loncigean Morris, boiler maker, Sink- 
er & Co. 
Lonergan John, grocer, cor. Pine and 

Noble, r. same 
Long Charles, bds. Pattison House 
Long Christopher Frederick, at Fish- 
back's tannery, r. ws. Mich. rd. nr. 

Canal 

at Tannery on Mich. rd. nr. Canal 
Long- David D. [Long, Snyder & Co.] 

r. 249 S.N. J. 
Long Eli C. painter and engraver, r. 

460 JST. Del. 
Long Eliza, feeder, Journal Office, bds. 

74 S. Miss. 
Long Frederick, tanner, r. 77 3d 
Long George Rev. r. 202 E. Market 
Long George G. currier, Mooney & Co. 

bds. Globe House 
Long Gordon, tanner, bds. Globe House 
Long Harriett, wid. James, r. 249 N. 

Miss. 
Long Isaac S. lumber dealer, r. 264 N. 

Blake 
Long James, plasterer, r. 74 Bicking 
Long Joseph, shoe maker, r. 71 E. St. 

Clair 
Long Joseph T. local editor, Journal 

and notary public, Journal office, 

bds. 32 N. Penn. 
Long Mathew, (Long & Birch) r. 398 

N. N. J. 
Long Robert, undertaker, Long & 

Birch, r. St. f Clair, bet. N. J. and 

Ala. 
LONG, ' SNYDER & CO. (David D. 

Long, Adam Snyder and Madis®n 

Munday) malt manufacturers, 214 

S. Del. 
ong Wm, last turner, Young, Kem- 
per & Co. 262 S. 111. 
LONG & BIRCH (Mathew Long and 

Richard E. Birch) undertakers, 15 

Circle 

Jeremiah, student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Longherz J. E. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Longrich Edward, tailor, r. 3S2 E. 

North 
Longsdorff Henry, lab. r. 310 N. Blake 
Longsdorff Wm. carpenter, r. Ill Mass. 

av. 
Ldngsdotff Wm. F. salesman, L. H. 

Tyler & Co. r. ss. Vt. nr. Mass. av. 

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Looker F. Mrs. r. 240 NJMiss. 

Loomis Kirke. conductor, Jeff. R. R. 

LOOMIS WILLIAM H. (Loomis & 
Stawitz) Sec. State Agricultural 
Society) 11 N. Meridian, r. 29 
School 

LOOMIS & STAWITZ, Wm. H. Loo- 
mis and Christian Stawitz) Fire, 
Life and Accident Ins. Agts. 11 N. 
Meridian 

Loos George, elk. P. O. r. 285 N. Lib- 
erty 

Lopp John D. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Lord James A. actor. Metropolitan 
Theatre, bds. 174 W. Ohio 

Lord James A. Mrs. actress, Metro- 
politan Theatre, bds. 174 W. Ohio 

LORD JOHN M. prest. and supt. In- 
dianapolis Rolling Mill Co. and 
vice prest. Franklin Life Ins. Co. r. 
Penn. c. North 

Lord J. P. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Loser S. stationary engineer, C. & I. C. 
R. R. 

Losey John, cooper, r. 210 E. Ohio 

Losey Marcus D. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Losey Marquis D. salesman, Wilkens 
& Hall, bds. 210 E. Ohio 

Losse Thomas V. machinist, r. 326 E. 
George 

Losv Robert C. (Losy & Bro.) r. 210 E. 
Ohio 

LOSY & BRO, (Robert C. Losy and 

Lotts Joseph, painter, bds. 114 S. No- 
ble 

Lottie Miss, actress, Metropolitan The- 
atre. 

Louch Alfred A. carriage painter, 
George Lowe, bds. 134 S. Meridi- 
an. 

Loucks Charles G. carpenter, r. 78 
Benton. 

Loucks Christopher, carpenter, r. 186 
Bates. 

Loucks Christopher B. lab. r. 186 Bates. 

Loucks George, painter, bds. 78 Ben- 
ton 

Loucks James (Bennett & Loucks) r 
400 N. N. J. 

Loucks J. actor, Metropolitan Theatre. 

Loucks John, painter, bds. 78 Benton 

Loucks Joseph W. elk. bds. 186 Bates 

Loucks Mary E. wid. David, tailoress, 
r. 318 Madison av. — 

Loucks William W. carpenter, r. 341 
N. Ala. 

Louden Andrew A. r. 572 N. Tenn. 

Louden Henry A. elk. Journal office, 
r. N. Tenn. cor. 2nd. 



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H. carpenter, r. 308 E. 
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wid. Timothy, r. 



Louden James 

1ST. Tenn. 
Loughliu Elizabeth 

Ky. av. c. Merrill 
Lougnnan Dennis, lab. r. 40 Ellen 
Louis Samuel, tailor, r. 234 W. Mich. 
Louis Solomon, cutter, Joseph Levin- 
son, r. 234 W. Mich. 
Love Andrew J. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Love John Gen. agt. 24 % E. Wash. r. 

81 1ST. Tenn. 
Love Samuel, night watchman, I & C. 

fr't. depot, r. 163 S. East 
LOVE WILLIAM (Love & Dunn) 1 

Talbott & New's Block, r. 506 

E. Wash. 
LOVE & DUNN", (William Love and 

Jacob P. Dunn) real est. 1 Talbott 

& New's Block 
Lovejov J. H. printer, Downey & 

Brouse, 27 S. Meridian, r. 73 JS*. 111. 
Lovell Henry J. plasterer, arsenal, r. 

74 Bicking. 
Loverin John, teamster, Francis Berg- 
maun, bds. s. end of West 
Low Charles G. (N. H. Low & Son) 

Liberty, cor. North 
Low S. C. student, N. W. C. University 
Low Nashum H. (N. H. Low & Son) r. 

308 E. North 

LOW N. H. & SOX, (Nashum H. and 
Charles G. Low) carpenters, 30 S. 
N.J. 

Lowden Andrew, apprentice, W. & J. 
Braden, 24 W. Wash. 

Lowden F. M. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Lowder Samuel T. salesman, Murphy, 
Kennedy & Co. bds. Pyle House. 

Lowe Albert, (col'd) lab. r. R. I. nr. 
City Hospital 

Lowe George, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. r, 35 Wyoming 

Lowe George, carriage mnfr. r. 321 
Penn. 

Lowe George P. bds. 308 E. North 

Lowe William A. (Lowe & McCord) r. 
240 E. Vt. 



Lowe William 

North 
Lowe William IT. jr. carpenter, 

308 E. North 
Lowe William W. (E. May & Co.) r. 

Greensburg, Ind. 
LOWE & McCORD, (William A. 

Lowe and Leonard W. McCord) 

lawyers, room 5 Journal Bldg. N. 

Meridian 
Lowes John, salesman, Coburii & 

Jones, r. N. Del. bet. E. Walnut 

and St. Clair 
Lowes John, carpenter, r. 386 N. Del. 
Lowes John W. bookkeeper, Coburn 

& Jones, r, Del. bet. E. Walnut and 

St. Clair 
Lowman Mathew J. elk. G. W. Dis- 
patch, r. 58 S. Penn. 
Lowman Nelson I), blacksmith, G. 

Geisel, r. 112 E. St. Clair 
Lowney William, lab. r. Ill Huron 
Lowry Wiley M. druggist, r. 73 Mass. 

av. 
Loy David M. foreman tinner, D. Root 

& Co. 66 E. Wash. 
Lozier J. H. Rev. pastor Asbury 

Chapel, r. E. Wash, outside City 

limits 
Lucas James, painter, r. 345 N. Ala. 
Lucas John, millwright, bds. 73 E. 

Wash. 
Lucas Walter A. bookkeeper, 63 W. 

Wash. bds. 126 N. Tenn. 
Lucette Hellen, washer, Bates House 
Luced Morris, lab. T. H. & R. R. R. r. 

339 S. Mo. 
Lucid John, lab. r. 358 S. West 
Luckey Willis, porter, Globe House, r. 

Skating Park 
Luckey D. W. bricklayer, bds. Snelson 

House 
Lucky George W. policeman 
Ludlof James, bricklayer, bds. Globe 

House 
Ludlow George, carpenter, Warren 

Tate's factory 
Ludlow Jason, carpenter, i\ 227 E. 

Market 
Ludlow John, clothing mnfr. 37 E. 

Wash. r. 268 S. N. J. 
Ludlow Silas, salesman, A. Jones & Co. 

r. 78 E. N. Y. 
Ludlow Stephen W. elk. P. O. bds. 

Sherman House 
Ludorff Louis (L. Ludorff & Co.) r. 

320 S. Meridian 
LUDORFF L. & CO. (Louis Ludorif, 

Broder E. Thonssen and William 

Kallmeier) notions, 42 S. Meridian 
Luclwig James, wool dyer, bds. S. Cal. 

bet. Md. and Soldier's Home 
Lud wig Otto, importer of Rhine wines, 

131 E. Wash. r. same 



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Lueders Catherine, stamping and em- 
broidery, r. 38 S. 111. 
Lueders Cornelia, teacher, r. 38 S. 111. 
Lueders Eliza, stamping and embroid- 
ery, r. 484 N. Miss/ 
Lueders Louisa, machine sewing, r. 

484 N. Miss. 
LUEDERS MISSES, stamping and 

embroidery, 38 S. 111. 
Lueters Thomas C. r. 484 1ST. Miss. 
Lukens Benjamin, (Lukens & Zeublin) 

r. 612 N. 111. 
Lukens Jonathan, elk. Lukens & Zeu- 

blin, bds. 612 1ST. 111. 
Lukens Richard L. (Lukens & Bracke- 

bush, r. 281 Va. av. 
LUKENS & BRACKEBUSH, (Richard 

L. Lukens and Charles J. Braeke- 

bush,) agricultural implements, 

Masonic Hall Wash cor. Tenn. 
LUKENS & ZEUBLIN, (Benjamin 

Lukens and John Zeublin) retail 

grocery, 59 W. Wash. 
Lukins F. G. student, Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co.'s Commercial and Bu- 
siness College, Blackford's Block 
Lunderdon Henrich, conductor, Street 

R, W. r. 168 Mass. av. 
Lunt E. D. conductor, C. & I. R. R. 
LUNT JAMES M. Supt. C. & I. R. R. 

r. 360 N. Ala. 
Luony Amanda, wid. Dennis, r. 101 

West 
Lupton Albert, student, r. 21 Ind. av. 
Lupton George, (May & Lupton) r. N. 

111. cor. Vt. 
Lupton George, physician, r. 21 Ind. av. 
Lusher Jacob, last turner, Young, 

Kemper & Co. 262 S. 111. 
Lutes George W. printer, Herald office, 

bds. Commercial Hotel 
Luther Alfred, painter, r. 267 N". Miss. 
Luther Moses, painter, 147 E. Wash. 
Luther Robert, jewelry smith, r. N. 

Penn. nr. 1st 
Lutman Samuel, conductor, C. & I. C. 

R.R. 
Lutz George, boot and shoe mkr. 168 

Va. av. r. 400 Va. av. 
Luzille George, (col'd) hod carrier, r. 

75 S. Mo. 
Lyan William C. elk. C. & I. C. R. R. 

bds. Pyle House 
Lybrand Christopher C. machinist, r. 

223 S. Tenn. 
Lyle Henry R. late Capt. U. S. A. bds. 

Palmer House 
Lyman Charles H. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Lyman Eugene F. student, r. 71 N.Cal. 
Lynch B. driver, Citizens' Street R. W. 
Lynch Dennis, carrier, Daily Evening 

Gazette, 27 S. Meridian 



Lynch Jacob II. pump mkr. 44 Ky. av, 

r. 2d house Chadwick, bet. Mo. and 

West 
Lynch John, lab. r. 349 S. Mo. 
Lynch John, carrier, Daily Evening 

Gazette, 27 S. Meridian 
Lynch John J. r. 39 Ind. av. 
Lynch Martin, turner, Spiegel. Thorns 

& Co, bds. 2S1 E. George 
Lynch Michael, bricklayer, r. 62 Huron 
Lynch Michael, farmer, r. 266 S. Tenn. 
Lynch Michael P. elk. Kiefer & Vinton, 

bds. N. 111. bet. Market and Ohio 
Lynch Owen, lab. r. 12 Cal. 
Lynch Patrick, engineer, r. 109 Harri- 
son 
Lynch Patrick, lab. bds. 28 Willard 
Lynch Patrick, machinist, Sinker & 

Co. 
Lynn Daniel, teamster, r. 555 N. Miss. 
Lynn P. A. asst. elk. Star Union Line. 

bds. Oriental House 
Lynn P. A. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Lynn Robert, lab. r. 4 Rockwood 
Lynn Winlield S. elk. Browning & 

Sloan, bds. Pyle House 
Lyon Frances, milliner, M. 1ST. Bailey, 

bds. 238 S. Ala. 
Lyon James, lab. r. 145 N. Miss. 
Lyon Joseph, conductor, C. & I. R. R. 
Lyons R. lab. Indianapolis Rolling Mill 

Company 
Lyons George W. lab. J. Ferguson, r. 

298 Madison av. 
Lyons Isaac, stone mason, bds. 262 JST. 

East 
Lyons John, lab. r. 243 S. Mo. 
Lyons Kate, laundress, Palmer House 
Lyons Mary Mrs. wid. Timothy, r. S. 

Mo. nr. rolling mill, on canal bank 
Lyons Patrick, lab. r. 46 Wyoming 
Lyons Richard, helper, Rolling Mill. 

bds. 412 S. 111. 
Lyons Timothy, lab. r.46 Wyoming 
Lyons William C. lab. bds. W. Wash. 
Lyons William G. W. foreman J. C. 

Ferguson, r. 298 Railroad av. 
Lyons Willie stone mason, bds. 262 N", 

East 
Lytle Robert J. carpenter, r. 253 S. 

Miss. 



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cADON R. B. student, Gregory's 
National Business College 
op Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 
McAlroy Francis, messenger, Journal 

office, bds. Ohio House 
McAndrews Walter, bar tender, Joseph 

O. Connor, r. 68 S. 111. 
Mc Arthur John B. flour and feed, 15 

S. Del. r. 270 N. West 
McAuley Jacob A. wagon mkr. r. 356 

W. North 



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ORDERS SOLICITED. 

McAULEY WILLIAM B. Agt. Amer- 
ican Horse and Deflective Co. r. 
Va. av. nr. Shelb3 r ville pike 

McAvin James, gas titter, Coulter & 
White, 82 E. Market 

McAvin John, lab. r. 327 W. Market 

McBaker Thomas, (McBaker & Hiatt) 
r. Mich. bet. Ala. and 1ST. J. 

McBAKER & HIATT, Gliomas Mc- 
Baker and John R. Hiatt) saloon, 
24 Pearl 

McBeth John, stone cutter, bds. 272 W. 
Md. 

McBratney Henry, conductor Street 
R. W. r. 315 Va. av. 

McBride Jesse, blacksmith, bds. 106 S. 
Penn. 

McBride John C. saloon, 3 Ind. av. r. 
same 

McBride Michael, dry goods peddler, 
r. 274 ST. Liberty 

McCaffary James, lab. r. 320 S. West 

3IcCaftery John, teamster, r. 50 S.West 

McCain Gen. W. (Mitchell & McCain) 
r. 666 N". Miss. 

McCain Wm. H. elk. Charles E. Don- 
nellan, bds. 233 W. McCarty 

3IcCalister James, (McCalister & Bish- 
op) r. 261 W. Wash. 

McCALISTER & BISHOP, (James 
McCalister and James Bishop) flour 
and feed store. 269 W. Wash. 

McCallister William, student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

McCaw William, hostler, bds. 147 W. 
Md. 

McCandry Michael, lab. r. 334 S. Del. 

McCann James P. carriage mkr. bds. 
Snelson House 

McCann Samuel D. physician, r. 69 KT. 
East 

McCanna Mary Mrs. wid. James, r. 
rear 356 S. 'Tenn. 

3IcCart John B. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

McCarthy Jerry, lab. Sinker & Co. 

McCarthy Joseph, book keeper, r. 138 
S. Del. 



McCarthy Mary, wid. Daniel, r. 376 E. 

Market 
McCarthy William, moulder, r. 137 

Davidson 
McCartv Catherine, wid. Michael, r. 

385 NT. N. J. 
McCarty James, lab. bds. 301 X. Win- 
ston 
McCarty John, lab. bds. 279 S. Tenn. 
McCarty John, teamster, bds. 281 E. 

George 
McCarty Margaret Mrs. wid. Nicholas, 

r. 122 N. Penn. 
McCarty Michael, lab. r. 78 S. Eddy 
McCarty Michael, lab. T. H. & 1. R. 

R. bds. Tenn. nr. Rolling Mill 

Mccarty Nicholas, real estate 

dealer, sw. cor. Wash, and Merid- 
ian, r. 122 N. Penn. 

McCarty Orrin P. elk. Gen. frt. office C. 
I. & C. R. R. bds. 73 W. Md. 

McCartv Thomas, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill 

McCARTY THOMAS B. pres. Am. 
Horse Ins. & Detective Company, 
r. 156 N. 111. 

McCarty Timothy, teamster, r. 57 Wy- 
oming 

McCarty William, driver Citizens' St. 
R. W. bds. 281 E. George 

McCarty William, lab. r. 252 S. Del. 

McCebe Matthew, machinist, r. 217 X. 
Miss. 

McChesney Edward, elk. P. O. r. 260 
N. Tenn. 

McChesney George G. book keeper. 
Ray, Mayhew & Co. bds. 133 N. 
Penn. 

McChesney J. B. treas. C. & I. C. R. R. 
454 N". Tenn. 

McChesney Jeremiah, r. 133 jST. Penn. 

McChesney W. S. r. 454 N. Tenn. 

McClain Cornelius, brick layer, ar- 
senal, bds. 188 Va. av. 

McClain Moses, drayman, r. National 
rd. nr. Mich. rd. 

McClane Neal, brick layer, bds. 188 Va. 
av. 

McClane William C. carpenter, r. 188 
Va. av. 

McClaren John, printer, Herald Office, 
r. ws. N. Penn. nr. N. Y. 

McClay Cyrus S. Browning & Sloan, 
bds. Spencer House 

McClellan John, J. B. Hampton, bds. 
Walker House 

McClellan Robert, carpenter, B. R. R. 
Co. car shop 

McClella*nd James, carpenter, bds. nr. 
Pearl, bet. S. N. J. and Ala. 

McClennan Donald, stone cutter, Ar- 
senal, r. 272 Winston 

McClennen John, elk. bds. 297 W. 
Wash. 



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McCloskey J. M. carpenter, r. 140 W. 
Vt. 

McCloskev John H. elk. city clerks 
office,* r. 212 W. V r t. 

McCloskey Patrick, carpenter, bds.249 
N". West 

McClung James A. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24->^ E. Wash. 

McClure Charles, elk. Forester & Lent, 
bds. Market, u\v. c. Penn. 

McClure Daniel Col. paymaster of dis- 
trict, 113 E. Wash. r. 175 E. Mar- 
ket 

McClure George II. carpenter, bds. c. 
Md. and Miss. 

McClure Jacob H. carpenter, r. N". 
James, nr. Mich. rd. 

McClure Joseph F. carpenter, 129 S. 
1ST. J. r. 107 S. N. J. 

McClure Montieue T. yard foreman, 
rolling mill, r. 347 S. Ala. 

McClure Saml. J. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

McClure Sarah Mrs. wid. Henry, bds. 
390 S. Tenn. 

McClure Thomas R. book-keeper. Tarl- 
ton & Vinnedge, 234 W. N\ Y. 

McCollough William J. r. 472 N. East 

McConaha Martin V. elk. Daily, Sen- 
our&Co. r. 487 N". Miss. 

McConnell Henry C. student, N". W. C. 
University 

McConnell Stephen, blacksmith, D. 
Root & Co's 

McConnell Wm. L. (Eldridge & Mc- 
Connell) r. 328 N. 111. 

McConnor Stephen, lab. r. 480 E. Ga. 

McCool L. dress mkr. Perrine & Allen 
36^ E. Wash. 

McCool William, (W. B. Fesler & Co.) 
r. 355 S. Del. 

McCord Benjamin R. (McCord & 
Wheatley,) r. Shelbyville Pike, out- 
side the city 

McCord Leonard W. (Lowe & McCord) 
room 5 Journal bldg. 

McCORD & WHEATLEY, (Benjamin 
R. McCord and William M. Wheat- 
ley) lumber dealers, 155 S. Del. 

McCormack T. D. patent right bds. 
Oriental House 

McCormick Amos D. tailor, r. 382 N. 
Tenn. 

McCormick Ephraim, teamster, bds. 
232 N". Noble 

McCormick James, payer, bds. Ray 
House 

McCormick Jedediah R. carpenter, r. 
400 N". Miss. 

McCormick John, street contractor, 
bds. 192 Va. av. 



McCormick John L. carpenter, 726 3ST. 

Tenn. 
McCoy Elizabeth J. wid. Theodore, 

boarding house, 314 E. Ga. r. sam» 
McCoy Henry D. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 

McCOY JOHN, physician, 151 E. 

Wash, bds Pattison House 
McCoy Spencer II. student Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackforu's 

Block 
McCrea Rollin H. (Stiles, Fahnley & 

McCrea) bds. Sherman House 
McCready James, book keeper, Branch 

Bank of the State of Indiana, at 

Indianapolis, r. 213 E. Ohio 
McCready S. conductor, B. R. R. bds. 

Sherman House 
McCREARY ALFRED A. travelling 

agt. J. W. Copeland, bds. 88 S. 

Miss. 
McCreary Edward, printer, bds. 88 S. 

Miss. 
McCreery John, (McCreery & Fay,) 

bds. 'Bates House 
McCREERY & FAY, (John McCreery 

and Amos F. Fay) house furnish- 
ing, 56 E. Wash. 
McCrossan Samuel, lab. r. 249 N". West 
McCue Dennis, lab.r. 33 Maple 
McCue Farrell, carpenter, bds. Ray 

House 
McCuen John, brick layer, bds. 192 Va. 

av. 
McCulen J. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
McCullough Jacob S. book keeper, 

Hibben, Tarkington & Co. r. 52 S. 

West 
MeCullv Samuel, carpenter, bds. 232 

N. Noble 
McCune Henry W. (Kregelo & Me- 

Cune) bds. 115 W. N. Y. 
McCune Thomas J. carpenter, r. 187 

Harrison 
McCurdy G. W. (A. L. Hunt & Co.) r. 

155 N. 111. 
McCurdy William W. H. Geisendorff 

& Co. retail dry goods, bds. 255 N". 

East 
McCutchan Allen, brakesman, B. R. R. 

bds. Mich. ne. cor. Winston 
McCutchan George, switchman, I. P. 

& C. R. R. r. Mich. ne. cor. Winston 
McCutcheon John C. (Landers & Co.) 

r. 226 N". Meridian 
McDermott James, lab. r. 133 W. Md. 
McDermott Joseph, r. 159 S. Ala. 
McDevitt Edward, machinist, Sinker 

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McDevitt George, elk. Moritz, Bro. & 
Co. r. 275 S. Del. 

McDole Asa, conductor, T. H. & R. R. 
R. r.410S.Tenn. 

McDonald Alice Miss, r. 139 W. Market 

McDonald Annie, servant. Globe House 

McDonald Curran E. Deputy U. S. 
Marshal, r. 305 E. N". Y. 

McDONALD DAVID, judge U. S. dis- 
trict court, 10 P. O. ' 
Penn. 

McDonald Ezekiel M. lawyer, r. 229 N. 
Penn. 

McDonald George, bds. 204 N. 111. 

McDonald Jas. pressman, Ben Frank- 
lin Printing House, bds. 329 W. 
Md. 

McDonald James R. driver steam fire 
engine, r. 275 W. Wash. 

McDonald John, bds. 17 Ky. av. 

McDonald John, hostler. Wood & 
Kinesley, bds. Beard House 

McDonald Joseph E. (McDonald, 
Roache & Sheeks) r. 229 N. Penn. 

McDonald Noah Mrs. r. 75 W. La. 

McDonald Oliver Hazard Perry, trav- 
eling agt. Fairbanks' scales, r. Han- 
cock, Ind. 

McDonald Patrick, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Co. 

McDonald Richard W. paper mkr. r. 
172 W. Md. 

Mcdonald, roache & sheeks, 

(Joseph E. McDonald, Addison L. 

Roache and David Sheeks) lawyers, 

JEtna Building, 17 N. Penn. 
McDonnell J. R. mason, bds. 12G Ind. 

av. 
McDonnell Patrick, rolling mill, r. 10 

Willard 
McDonnell Reson, lab. r. 195 N. Tenn. 
McDonough Dewer B. carpenter, 117 

E.Vt. r. 123E. Vt. 
McDougall John, elk. W. & H. Glenn, 

r.l99S. N. J. 
McDowell John, lottery agt. 111. c. Ga. 

r. 17 Ky. av. 
McDowell Joseph, carpenter, r. Mo. c. 

Henry 
McDowell Joseph G. book keeper, 

Bowen, Stewart & Co. r. 145 N. 



McDuffee R. E. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
McElhiney James P. book-keeper, 

Indianapolis Tobacco Works, r.325 

S. Penn. 
McElroy Francis, mess. Journal Office, 

bds. G9 W. Market 
McElroy William, weaver, Merritt & 

Coughlin, r. — W. Wash. 
McElvane John painter, r. 17 E. North 
McElwee John, carpenter, Sinker & 

Co. 
McEwen Thos. mach. Chandler & Tay- 
lor, r. 370 W. Wash. 
McFadden Louis H. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College. Blackford's 

Block 
McFadden William, lab. r. al. nr. Ky. 

av. 
McFall David, peddler, r. Md. c. Penn. 
McFarlan Charles, lab. bds. 53 Hos- 

brook 
McFarland C. Miss teacher, 26 E. St. 

Clair 
McFarland Charles W. lab. bds. ]38 S. 

East 
McFarland Henry, pressman, Wm. S. 

Cameron, bds. Holliday House 
McFarland L. W. Miss, teacher, 26 E. 

St. Clair 
McFarland Peter, lab. bds. Sheridan 

House 
McFarlane John, straw bleacher, Z. F. 

Tout, r. N. 111. suburbs 
McFarren James A. farmer, r. 29 S. 

West 
McFreitery John, carpenter shop, 264 

N. Peru, r. same 
McGan Charles, moulder, D. Root & 

Co. bds. 176 S. Del. 
McGaughey Charles, driver, city R. R. 

bds. 31 W. Market 
McGaughev Thos. driver. Citizens St. 

R. W. 
McGaiiley Peter, bds. Collins House 
McGaw John A. cigars and tobacco, 

16 Bates House, r. 182 N. Miss. 
McGee Bruce, elk. R. F. May, bds. 

Market c. Penn. 
McGee David, blacksmith, r. opp. 388 

S. Mo. 
McGee Edward, boiler mkr. r. 215 S. 

Ala. 
McGee George, mess. Am. Ex. Co. bds. 

Spencer House 
McGee William, eng. J. M. & I. R. R. 

Depot 
McGeehan M. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
McGinnes Phillip, bds. 60 S. Del. 
McGinnis Charles, elk. bds. 41 Va. av. 



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McGinnis Frank T. student, N. W. C. 

University 
McGinnis John, lab. bds. 87 S. West 
McGinnis Owen, mer. tailor, 39 E. 

Wash. r. 41 Va. av. 
McGinnis Peter, tailor, 37 E. Wash. r. 

\vs. Tenn. nr. Md. 
McGinnis John, grocer, 280 E. Wash. 

r. same 
McGinty Martin, grocer, West, se. c. 

McCarty, r. snme 
McGlew Thomas, paper niter, r. 128 1ST. 

Tenn. 
McGrah Dennis, ostler, Street R. W. 

stables, r. 15 Willard 
31cGrah Patrick, lab. T. & I. K. 11. r.17 

Willard 
McGrath Thomas W. sawyer, r. 271 S. 

Penn. 
McGraw Daniel., lab. r. 291 E. George 
McGraw Michael, baker, r. 285 S. East 
McGreehan M. student, Gregory's 

National Business Collegk of 

Trade, U% E. Wash. 
McGregor John, stone mason, bds. W. 

Indianapolis 
McGrew John, wood sawyer, T. H. & 

I. P.P. bds.272W.Md. 
McGrew John F. express mess. T. H. 

& I. P. P, r. 293 Va. av. 
McGriff Parker, saloon, 86 S. Meridian, 

r. same 
McGroart}^ Patrick, bds. Collins House 
McGuire Abner, cooper, r. 79 Elm 
McGuire Joseph, carpenter, bds. 139 

N. Davidson 
McGuire Robert, blacksmith, bds. 106 

S. Penn. 
McGuire Thomas, r. 408 Ind. av. 
McGuire J. M. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional 'Business College of 

Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
McHugh Anthony, stone mason, bds. 

W. Indianapolis 
McHugh D. helper, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 
McHugh Thomas, lab. arsenal, r. 104 

Cherry 
McHugh Timothy, stone mason, bds. 

W. Indianapolis. 
Mcllvain George, stonecutter, arsenal, 

r. Mass. av. terminus. 
Mcllvain Mary, dress maker, Perrine & 

Allen, 36)^ E. Wash. 
Mclntee Ann, wid. r. 289 E. 1ST. Y. 
Mclntire James, autioneer, r. 32 S. 

Miss. 
Mclntire John J. McLene & Co. r. 

25 S. West 
Mclntire P. agt. B. P. P. Co. bds. Ori- 
ental House 
Mclntire Thomas (J. McLene & Co.) 

Supt. Deaf and Dumb Asylum 
Mclntire William O. (W. P. Burdick 

& Co. 32 S. Miss. 



Mcintosh Donald, shoemaker, Nolan & 
Gil more, bds. N. Douglas 

Mcintosh Sarah, wid, James, r. 164 N 
Davidson 

Mclntyre Peter, salesman, J. H. Vajen 
& 'Co. bds. Ga. bet. Meridian and 
111. 

McIVEP JOHN C. hats and caps, 22 
E. Wash. r. 148 N. East 

McJimkin A. lab. Osgood, Smith & 
Go's Hub Factory, 230 S. 111. 

McJinkins S. carriage maker, bds. 
Globe House 

McKand John, carpenter, Mayhew & 
Fearnley, 19 Circle 

McKay James, gasfitter. Coulter & 
White 

McKay M. H. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 

McKay M. Horace (John Furnas & Co.) 
r. 79 Mass. av. 

McKean Robert, gardener, John F. 
Hill, r. 152 Pine, c. Elm 

McKeand John, engineer, 228 S. Noble 

McKee James M. student. Bryant, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 

McKee J. N. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>^ E. Wash. 

McKeehan Benjamin, r. 301 S. Penn. 

McKeehan James, laborer, bds. 301 S. 
Penn. 

McKeehan John, check elk. Central de- 
pot, r. 177 Meek 

McKeehan John Mrs. boarding house, 
177 Meek 

McKelvey M. wid. Joseph S. boarding- 
house, r. 73 S. Penn. 

McKenna Alex, agt, EDWARDS & 
BOYD, IGJ4 E. Wash. bds. Com- 
mercial Hotel 

McKenna Jas. r. 113 S. N. J. 

McKenna John, Machinist, bds. 113 S. 
N. J. 

McKenna Owen, bds. 62 S. Del. 

McKenney John, student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>£E. Wash. 

McKenzie, D. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block. 

McKenzie Duncan, r. 123 Meek 

McKenzie John, stone cutter, Goddard 
& Sons. r. 80 S. Miss. 

McKenzie William, carpenter, r. 123 
Meek 

McKernan James H. (McKernan & 
Pierce) r. 54 Circle 

McKERNAN & PIERCE. (James H. 
McKernan and Winslow S. Pierce) 
cor. Ky. a v. and Wash. 



No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



Gold Medal Pianos at Trayser & Robinson's, Premium 



McK 



312 



McN 






LEADING MUSIC HOUSE 

J. A. Butterfleid & Co., 

22 WEST WASHINGTON ST. 



McKevy James, conductor, B. R. R. 

bds. Mich. uc. c. Winston 
McKibben, Joshua R. carpenter, r. 402 

N. East 
McKinley Alexander, expressman, r. 

150 Ft. Wayne av. 
McKinley Hugh, carriage painter, r. 

150 Ft. Wayne av. 
McKinley Henry.ins. agt. Little's Hotel 
McKinney II. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
McKinnev William (col'd) barkeeper, 

bds. 24 Pearl 
McKinnon T. Allen, elk. Commercial 

House, bds. same 
McKnight William, bricklayer, bds. 297 

W. Wash. 
McLalliln Wm. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
McLain Orin M. painter, bds. c. ST. Y. 

and Winston 
McLallen Harry, jr. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade. 24^ E. Wash. 
McLanahan William, agt. bds. Bates 

House 
McLane Albert, painter and glacier, r. 

12 W. North 
McLaren Duncan, grocer. 252 S. Tenn. 

r. 254 S. Tenn. 
McLaren John, printer, Herald, r. 250 S. 

Mo. 
McLaughlin Christian, boiler maker, 

bds. Globe House 
McLaughlin Christopher, moulder, r. 

296 "S. East 
McLoughlin John A. r. 360 S. Ala. 
McLaughlin Mack, cooper, r. 298 E. 

Wash? 
McLaughlin Thomas, r. 47 Peru 
McLene Jeremiah, (McLene & Herron 

and J. McLene & Co.) r. 139 N. 

Penn. 
McLene J. & Co. (Jeremiah McLene 

and Thomas Mclntire.) Central pa- 
per Mills, Water, bet. Wash, and 

Md. 
McLENE& HERRON, (Jeremiah Mc- 
Lene and Frederick M. Herron) 

jewelers, 1 Bates House 



McLinns R. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade. U% E. Wash. 

McMahan Catherine Mrs. wid. r. 43 
Henry 

McMahan Charles, carpenter, r. Bu- 
chanan 

McMahan Elizabeth, wid. John, bds. 
107 Meek 

McMahan Michael, teamster, bds. 43 
Henry 

McMahan Dennis, striker, Sinker & 
Co. 

McMakin Michael, lab. bds. 284 W. 
Wash. 

McManaman Bryan, lab. r. 122 Ste- 
vens 

McManaman John. elk. c. 1st and 
Tenn. bds. same 

McManaman Thomas J. grocer, c. 1st 
and Tenn. r. c. 2nd and Tenn. 

McMann Dennis, blacksmith, r. 71 S. 
Liberty 

McMann Patrick, fireman, B. R. R. r. 
71 S. Liberty 

McManus Hugh, servant, 227 N. Me- 
ridian 

McMillen, Geo. W. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 2A% E. Wash. 

McMillen James W. turner, bds. 199 
Huron 

McMillen Samuel, loan office, 17 W. 
Wash. r. 74 E. Vt. 

McMillen Thomas, cheekman, B. R. R. 
r. 74 E. Vt. 

McMillin George W. student, bds. 67 
Madison av. 

McMullen J. W. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, U% E. Wash. - 

McMurphy Harry, elk. C. E. Geisen- 
dorff & Co. bds. 126 N. Tenn. 

McMurray Robert, tobacconist, r. N. 
111. bet. 3d and 4th 

McMurray Samuel, carpenter, bds. N. 
111. bet. 3d and 4th 

MeNAB PHILIP, physician and light- 
ning rods, r. 149 S. N. J. 

McNabb Step'n C. baggage man Union 
depot, r. 227 S. Miss. 

McNally Peter, moulder, D. Root & 
Co.'s machine shops, r. 297 S. N.J. 

McNally Torence, lab. r. 50 Elm 

McNamara Emily Mrs. wid. Jeremiah, 
bds. 36 W. Md. 

McNamara Frank, lab. r. 360 S. Tenn. 

McNamara Jeremiah, liquor dealer, 52 
S. 111. r. 60 E. Md. 

McNamara Michael, conductor, I. & C. 
R. R. r. 151 S. Ala. 

McNamara William, press feeder, Her- 
ald office, bds. 101 S. Ala. 

McNamara William, stone cutter, James 
& Co. bds. 134 S. Meridian 



McLeod Hugh, turner r. 33 N. Noble 

Magazines Bound in any style by Shurtleff & Macauley 



Manufacturers, 161 East Washington Street. 



McN 



313 



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McNaty Peter, moulder, bds. Globe 

House 
McNeal James, plasterer.r.726 N.Tenn. 
McNear J. F. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 
MeNeely Charles, elk. Sloan & Woolen, 

bds, 80 S. Miss. 
MeNeely Elisha, cooper, es. Canal, end 

of Pratt, r. 232 N. 111. 
MeNeely George N. cooper, Elisha Me- 
Neely, bds. 232 N. 111. 
MeNeely Theopholis, carpenter, bds. 

101 N. Miss. 
McNeily John B. elk. C. & I. C. R. R. 
r. 334 N. West 

McNeven John, cutter, 17 Iowa 
McNiely John, carpenter, r. 354 N. 
West 

McNulty Peter A. horse trader, bds. 
204 1ST. 111. 

McNull Alonzo V. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

McOney Daniel, lab.B. R. R. car works 

McOuat Andrew W. (R, L. & A. W. 
McOuat) r. ne. cor. N. Y. and East 

McOuat George, bds. ne.cor. N.Y.and 
East 

McOuat Helen, wid. Andrew, r. cor. 
Patterson and Elizabeth 

McOUAT ROBERT L. (R. L. & A. W. 
McOuat) r. TV. Market, bet 111. and 
Term. 

McOUAT R, L. & A. W. (Robert L. 
and Andrew W. McOuat) hard- 
ware dealers, 67 and 69 W. Wash. 

McPeel%D. I^galesmai, r. 64 Elm 

McPheeters Walter, (Williams, Cook 
&■ Co.) r. 231 E. South 

McPherson John, carpenter, bds. 164 
W.Md. 

McPherson Thomas, peddler, r. 289 E. 
N. Y. 

McPherson William M. painter, 16 
Pearl, bds. 184 X. Tenn. 

McPheters E. II. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

McPolin John, lab. ^Stna Mills, r. W. 
Wash. 

McQuade Patrick, teamster, v. 79 Fay- 
ette 

McQuinton J. C. conductor, I. & C. R. R. 

McQuiston M. B. elk. W. & II. Glenn, 
bds. 166 E. Market 

McVed David, blacksmith, 277 W. 
Wash. r. 58 S. Cal. 

McVey Miss, gymnastic teacher, bds. 
126 1ST. Tenn. 

McVey Calvin A. student, NV W. C. 
University 

No 



EVANS & RICE, 

PREMIUM PUMPS, 

19 North Alabama St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



McVey Joseph, carpenter, r. 447 S, 

Tenn. 
McVicker Achor W.cuttei-,Katzenstein v 

Wachtel & Co. r. 78 N. N. J. 
Mc Williams William S. carpenter, r. 36; 

Helen 
Mc Workman Henry,clk. r. X. Meridian,, 

bet. 6th and 7th 

MAAS Jacob, boarding house, r. 185, 
W. Md. 

Maas Louis, cigar mkr. r. al. bet. Ohio,. 
Market, East and Noble 

Mabb Maria Mrs. r. 184 W. Wash. 

Mabrey James A. teamster, bds. 343: 
Mass. av. 

Mabrey Randall C. teamster, r. 343; 
Mass. av. 

Mac Arthur J. B. (Lanclis & Mac Ar- 
thur.) r 270 N. West 

Macauley B. Mrs., wid. r. 18 W. North 

MACAULEY DANIEL, (Shurtleff & 
Mcauley, and Gazette Company,), 
r. 18 W. North 

Macauley John T. bookkeeper, bds. 18; 
W. North 

MacCurdy William W. H. salesman, 
63 E. Wash. r. E. cor. Mich, and? 
Wash. 

Machett Robert M. (Sims & Machett,)t 
r. 179 St. Joseph 

Mack James,, machinist, C. & L C. R.. 
R. shops, bds. 14 Lord 

Mack John, lab. r. 193 High 

Mack Martin, engineer, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co, r. 126 N. Miss, 

Mack Mary, domestic, r. Institute for- 
Blind 

Mack Phillip, teamster, r. 300 W. Md.. 

Mack Thomas, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Company , 

Mackey Albert S. carpenter, r. 317 S.. 
East 

MACY DAVID, pres. and supt. I. P.. 
& C. R. R. 101 E. Wash. r. 216 N. 
Del. 

MACY HOUSE, Market, se. cor. 111. 

Macy John, (Tuttle & Co.) bds. Pyle 
House 

Madden Joseph, plasterer, r. 37 Ellen 

Madden Michael, lab. r. 239 S. Tenn. 

Madden Thomas, deputy collector In- 
ternal revenue,, r. 131 1st 

Maddox Nanoy, wid. John, at Mrs. S-. 
A. Reed's, r. 32N.Penn. 

13 West Maryland Street. 



21 



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^fi - v --i-f V-»T!i-» i-*-F»-»-^-'R 



STECK P'lA.lSTOS, 

IN GREAT VARIETY AT 

BUTTERFiELD & CO.'S, 

22 AVcst WiisSciii^totB St. 



Hadfeldt John, cabinet maker, bds. 267 
E. Wash. 

Maerki Jacob, cabinet maker, John 
Oit, bds. Daeotah 

Magee Edward, boiler maker, Sinker 
&Co. 

MAGEE RUFUS, associate editor In- 
dianapolis "Herald," 1G>£ E. Wash, 
bds. Palmer House 

Magerhans Frederick W. carver, Wil- 
kens & Hall, bds. 80 S. Miss. 

Magle Phillip, carpenter, 263 N. Da- 
vidson 

Maguire Charles, elk. W. & II. Glenn, 
bds. 166 E. Market 

Maguire Douglass, (Crossland, Ma- 
guire & Co.) r. 78 E. Ohio 

Mali am Win. H. salesman, Riekhoff & 
Bro. bds. 37 Ky. av. 

Mahanna John, lab. r. 10 Buchanan 

Mahanney VVm. lab. r. 27 S. Ala. 

Mahary A. P. student? Bkyant, 
Stkatton & Go's Commercial and 
Business College, -Blackford's 
Block 

Maher Mary, domestic, r. Institute for 
Blind 

Maher Patrick, lab. r. 14 Buchanan 

Mahouev Daniel, street contractor, r. 
51 Ellen 

Mahoney James, gasfitter, r. 58 S. Ala. 

Mahoney James, lab. bds. 51 Ellen 

Mahoney .Jeremiah, shoe mkr. Mrs. 
Delia Lintz, bds. 5S S. Ala. 

Mahoney John, flagman, Union Depot 

Mahoney Patrick, lab. r. 298 S. Del. 

Mahony William, hostler, Street R. W. 
stables 

MAHORNEY JOHN T. wig mkr. 28 
N. 111. r. 237 Blake 

Maier Frederick, cabinet mkr. r. 167 
Bluff 

Maillard Felix, carpenter, r. Winston 
bet. N.Y. and Mich. 

MAJOR STEPHEN, lawyer, 5 Vin- 
ton's Block 

Major Stephen F. elk. P. O. bds. 413 N. 
N.J. 

Makepeace Horace B. salesman, Pee, 
Conduit & Co. r. 107 Mass. av. 

Maker Thomas J. bar tender, W. E. 
Lee, bds. 48 Va. av. 

Mallary David, (col'd) barber, r. TV. 2d 

Blank Books for Merchants, 



Mallon Elizabeth, cloak mkr. Scott & 

Mitchell, r. 18 S. 111. 
Mallon Mary A. elk. Scott' & Mitchell, 

r. 18 S. 111. 
Malloy James, stone cutter, r. 33 

Henry 
Malloy Rodger, saloon, S2 E. South, v. 

same 
Malloy Roger, lab. r. 5 Peru 
Malohe Abner, carpenter, r. 128 Va. 

av. 
M alone Patrick, lab. r. 169 N. David- 
son 
Malone Patrick, lab. r. 27 Wyoming 
MaloneS.l). (col'd) carpenter, r. 141 

N. Bright 
Malone William L. salesman, bds. 128 

Va. av. 
Maloney James, carpenter, r. 119 Mass. 

av. 
Maloney John, shoe store, 56 S. 111. r. 

same 
Maloney Thomas, lab. Sinker & Co. 
Malott Volnty T. cashier Merchants 

National Bank, and treasurer I. P. 

& C. R. R. r. N. Del. nr. N. Y. 
Maloy James, stone cutter, La Dow, 

Winder & Wise, r. Henry 
Manchester Lnman B. salesman, bds. 

Pyle House 
Maney John, foreman Union Depot 
Mangold Frederick, lab. Spiegel, 

thorns & Co. r. 130 E. St. Mary 
Manhattan Life Insurance Company 

of New Y^ork, 6 Odd Fellows' Hall 
Manheimer David, clothing dealer, 55 

W. Wash, r.m E.Ohio 
Mankedick William, gardener, Henry 

Weghorst. r. Japan 
Manlove Wm. R. (Manlove & Leary; 

bds. Pyle Houfe •• • 
MANLOVE & UEARY, (William R. 

Manlove aiid Patrick C. Learv) 

lawyers. 26 and 28 W r . Wash. 
Mann Alfred J. carpenter, r. 53 Fletch- 
er av. 
Mann Henry C. (Mann & Bro.) r. Wa- 
bash alley ar. N. J. 
Mann James B. (Mann & Davis) r. 149 

S. East 
Mann William, (Mann & Bro.) r. Bay 

MANN & BRO. (Henry C. Mann and 
William Mann,) barbers, 10 S. Del. 

Mann & Davis, (James B. Mann and 
Benjamin Davis.) grocers, 200 Va. 
av. 

Mannfeld George, (F. Gcepper&Co.) r. 
336 N. East 

Mannfeld Julius H. tailor, r. 29 Chat- 
ham 

Manning Eri C. machinist, Helwig. 
Roberts & Co. r. 337 S. Del. 

Manning Thomas S. carriage painter, 
r. 76 W. Ohio 

at Shurtleff & Maeauley's, 



161 East Washington Street, at State Fair, 1865 and 1866. 



MAN 



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MAR 



Mansfield Oscar, elk. Dorsey & Lay- 
man, bds. Pyle House 



Mansfield Thomas ■ "blacksmith, r. 312 
E. North 

Manssnar Simon, lab. r. 108 Hosbrook 

Mansue C. W. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Mansur Frank, pork packer, bds. 18 E. 
Vt. 

Mansur Isaiah, Prest. Citizens Na- 
tional Bank. r. Vt. cor. Meridan 

Mansur Jeremy, r. 18 E. Vt. 

Mansur William, r. 19 E. Ohio 

Many Adolph J. (Many & Sons) bds. 
125 N. Noble 

Many Camel, carpenter, r. 214 P. R. R. 

Many Charles J. (Many & Sons) bds, 
125 N. Noble 

Many Jerard, Prof. French, Indian- 
apolis Female Institute, r. 125 N. 
Noble 

Many John, grocer, 112 Huron, r. same 

Many John, lab. r. 31 Maple 

Manv John B. (Many & Sons) r. 125 
N. Noble 

MANY & SONS, (John B. and Chas. J. 
and Adolph J. Many) carpenters, 
120 Spring 

Mapes A. brakeman, bds. Macy House 

Mapes Caleb, hostler, r, 248 W. Market 

Mararity Daniel, lab, bds. 139 David- 
son 

Mararity Daniel L. r. E. Ga. e. of Cady 

Marbach Henry, bowling saloon, 296 E 
Wash. r. 259 N. Y. ' 

March Walter, (Ray, Gordon & March) 
r. 168 E. St. Clair 

Marchant Isaac jr. book keeper, Mer- 
ritt & Coughlen, r. W. end Wash. 

Marcus Ebenezer, painter, bds. 35 Ind. 
av. 

Marcus Elias, carpenter, r. 89 W. Ga. 

Marcus John A. salesman, W. Md. nr. 
School House 

Mardick James Y. (Mardick & Voll- 
mer) r. 399 E. Ga. 

MARDICK & VOLLMER, (James Y. 
Mardick and John P. Voilmer) 
grocers, 399 E. Ga. 

Maiuock Thomas, agt. Kentucy State 
lottery 21>£ W. Md. 

Marien John, bds. 60 S. Del. 

Marier M. J. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Marion County Jail, ne. cor. Court 
House Square, bet. E. Wash, and 
E. Market 

Marion Engine House No. 2., Mass. av. 
c. N. Y. 

Markle Gershamo, student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

No. 13 West Maryland Street 



Marklin Mathew, saloon elk. bds. 424 

Va. av. 
Markt Martin, engineer, Helwig's 

planing mill, r. 126 N. Miss. 
Marley David, teamster, r. L. R, R.bet. 

8th and 9th 
Marlow Jackson, painter, r. 179 S. 111. 
MARMONT HUGO. (Schoettle & Mar- 

mont) r. 102 S. 111. 
Marone Anthony, book-keeper, J. Beh- 

ringer, r. 145 W. Wash. 
Marone John, bds. Joseph Behringer. 

145 W. Wash. 
Marony Margaret, waiter Palmer 

House 
Maroske Henry, lab. r. Camp Carring- 

ton, bet. Howard and Miss. 
MAROT JOHN R. furniture and hard- 
ware, 233 E. Wash. r. same 
Marquis George A. r. 151 E. McCarty 
Marquis Joseph O. expressman, r. 151 

E. McCarty 
Marsee John, (Marsee & Son) r. 203 E. 

South 
Marsee Joseph Rev. r. 203 E. South 
Marsee Joseph W. student, N. W. C. 

University 
MARSEE & SON, (Joseph & John 

Marsee) saw mill, S. N. J. nr. Md. 
Marsh D. M. trav. agt. Osgood, Smith 

& Co. r. 370 N. West 
Marsh Elias, printer, Herald Office, 

bds. 35 Circle 
MARSH HARMON, occulist, 68 N. 

111. r. 519 N. Meridian 
Marsh Henry B. (Case, Marsh & W lo- 
gins,) r. 24 W. N. Y. 
Marsh William S. harness mkr. J. C. 

Hereth & Bro. r. 210 W. Ohio 
MARSHALL CHARLES H. Rev. 13 

Blackford's Block, bds. 181 Mass. 

av. 
Marshall Chas. M. baths, 16 W. Pearl. 

r. 32 S. 111. 
Marshall Charles M. Mrs. dress mkr. 

32 S. 111. r. same 
Marshall Edward, driver, Citizens St. 

R. W. r. 58 Mass. av. 
Marshall Edward, soldier, r. U. S. Ar- 
senal 
Marshall Ellen, (col'd) servant, r. 122 

Va. av. 
Marshall Emily, (col'd) wid. Thomas, 

washer, r. 43 Penn. 
Marshall Henry C. (Martin, Hopkins 

& Co.) r. 224 N. Ala. 
Marshall Isaac A. r, 483 N. Miss. 
Marshall James P. carriage maker, r. 

E. La. bet. S.Noble and S. East 
Marshall John, painter, bds. 315 Va. av. 
Marshall John W. driver, lire depart- 
ment, bds. 58 Mass. av. 
Marshall Levi, carpenter, r. 324 N. 

Winston 
Marshall Mattie, bds. SI Huron 



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Approaches the nearest perfection of 

ANY REED INSTRUMENT. 



BUTTERFIELD & Co., Agents. 



MARSHALL M. M. Mrs. proprietress 

Macy House, Market se. cor. 111. 
Marshall Nathaniel, paper hanger, r. 

74 I nd. av. 
Marshall William S. teacher Deaf and 

Dumb Institute 
Mart Edward, painter, bds. 30 Ky. av. 
Martin Albert, wood worker, bds. 73 

E. Perm. 
Martin Benjamin, confectioner, r. 292 

S. East 
Martin Casper, carpenter, r. 329 S. Del. 
Martin Charles, bar keeper, George W. 

Burrows, r. 269 S. N. J. 
Martin D. elk. bds. Macy House 
Martin Dennis, elk. bds. 36 W. Md. 
Martin Dennis, stone cutter, r. nw.cor. 

Mich, and Liberty 
Martin Edward B. carpenter, r. 327 N. 

Davidson 
Martin George W. painter, bds. 392 1ST. 

Ala. 
Martin Gustav, elk. C. Frese & Co. r. 

79 NT. Ala. 
Martin Henry C. (Martin, Hopkins & 

Co.) r. 224 X. Ala. 
MARTIN, HOPKINS & CO. (Henry 

C. Martin, Henry C. Hopkins and 

Henry C. Marshall,) Insurance 

agts. 8 and 9 Talbott & News' blk. 
Martin Jane wid. James, r. 96 

Greer 
MARTIN JESSE, boarding house, 153 

155 and 157 W.Md. 
Martin J. O. (Bills & Martin,) bds.Pyle 

House 
Martin John, brick mason, r. 54 Orient, 

E. city limits 
Martin John IT. (col'd) lab. r. 570 N. 

Miss. 
Martin Joseph, tinner, Blocher & My r 

ers, r.117 W. Wash. 
Martin Louisa, Mrs. r. 85 XV. Md. 
Martin Luther R. (Wiley & Martin.) r. 

97 E. Mich. 
Martin Mark, engineer, r. 126 N. Miss. 
Martin Marmaduke D. elk. Geo. K. 

Share & Co. bds. 115 W. N. Y. 
Martin Patrick, salesman. New Yoik 

Store, bds. Macy House 
Martin Press, carpenter, bcls. 35 Ind. 

av. 
Martin Robert r. 323 S. East 
Martin Robert, foreman, Sinker & Co. 

r. 177 S. N. J. 



Martin Rudolph, blacksmith, B. R. R, 

r. 13 Water 
Martin S. F. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E.Wash. 
Martin Wm. r. 220 S. Noble 
Martin AVm. bell boy, Bates House 
Martin William, wood turner,, r. 496 

N. Miss. 
Martindale Charles F. elk. Martindale 

& Grubbs, 29 Meek 
MARTINDALE ELIJAH B. (W. I. 

Hasket & Co.) vice-prest. and trea. 

Union Fire Ins. Co., and prest. 

Franklin Life Ins. Co. and lawyer 

and notary public, office W. Wash. 

nw. c. Meridian, (Martindale & 

Grubbs) r. [old number,] 163 N- 

Meridian 
Martindale John W. student, N. W. C. 

University 
Martindale Julia A. seamstress, r. 194 

W. Ga. 
Martindale Lafayette, stttd't, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial ani> 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Martindale William, book-keeper, r. 29 

Meek 
MARTINDALE & GRUBBS, (Elijah 

B. Martindale and Daniel XV. 

Grubbs.) W. Wash. c. Meridian 
Martyn John L. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Martz Henrv K. millwright, N. Noble 

bet. N- Y. and Vt. 
Martz Sarah, wid. Peter, r. 90 S. East 
Maryweather Calvin, (col'd) lab. 42G 

N. East 
Maselin Victoria Miss, dress mkr. r. 

118 S. 111. 
Masner Joseph C. bds. 69 W. Market 
MASON BENJAMIN, propr, Palmer 

House 
Mason Fanny R. Mrs. dress mkr. 201 

Meek 
Mason Hampton (col'd) saloon, bds. 201) 

W. North 
Mason James, r. 161 N. Davidson 
Mason John, barber, bds. 209 W. North 
Mason Louisa A. wid. Alexander, 

boarding house, 124 S. Meridian, r. 

same 
Mason M. Mrs. r. 40 S. 111. 
Mason & Son, (Madison Mason and 

John Mason, col'd) barbers, 143 

W. Wash. r. 209 W. North 
Mason R. B. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 



Mason Tyler A. elk. Palmer House 
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Mason William, carpenter, 

fornia House 
Mason William B. joiner 

Tate's faetory 
Mason William 0. student, bds. 124 S. 

Mo. 
.MASONIC HALL, Wash. se. cor. 

Tenn. Winston P. Noble, supt. 
Mass Nathan M. (col'd) barber, r. cor. 

BlackYord and North 
Massett Horace, real est. agt. r. 40 E. 

Ohio 
Massey Jackson, (cord) r. cor. North 

and Cal. 
Massey Joseph M. student Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Massin William, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Company 
Massou James P. travelling salesman, 

Alvord, Talbot & Co. r. Mass. av. 

sw. cor. Mich. 
Massy Jackson, (col'd) porter, r. 16 

Blackford 
Mast Edward, painter, Frank Fertig, 

6 E. Wash. 
Mathauer William, carpenter, r. 86 Ind. 

av. 
Mather John, engineer, I. & C. 11. R. 

r. 189 Bates 
Mathers Fred, engineer I. & C. R. R. 

bds. Ray House 
Mathes J. V. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Mathew Cyrus, carpenter, r. 337 S. 

East 
Mathew James, carpenter, r. 337 S. East 
Mathews J. Frank, elk. Leathers & 

Carter, r. Buchanan nr. Wright 
Mathews John, clerk. G, Rice '& Co. 

100 E. Wash. 
Mathews Joseph, plasterer, bds 270 N. 

Liberty. 
Mathews Joseph K. carpenter, r. 119 

Buchanan 
Mathews Martha Mrs. wid. r. cor. 

Spring & Michigan 
Mathews S. B. bds. Oriental House. 
Mathis John T. salesman, Rice & Co. 
Matlock James M. book keeper, Has- 

selmau & Watson, r. 54 Mass. av. 
Matlock L. C. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's blk. 
Matlock William A. conductor st. R. 

W. r. 339 N. 111. 
Matson Samuel S. shoe merchant, r. 

Mass. av. cor. E. N. Y . 
Mattern Jacob H. r. 45 S. 111. 
Mattfeld Dietrich, cabinet mkr, bds. 30 

Ky. av. 
Matthe Charles, blacksmith, bds. N. 111. 

bet. 6th and Tinker 

m 



bds. 199 S.N. J. 
shoemaker, r. 75 



Matthe Friedricka, wid. William, r. 19 
Fayette. 

Matthes Clemens, musical instruments 
and toys, 90 E. Wash, r. 212 E. 
Wash. 

Matthews J, elk, 

Matthews John, 
Wash. 

Matties Gottieib, drayman, r. '269 S. 
Ala. 

Mattis George B. carpenter, r. 56 - N. 
Bright. 

Mattis John, currier, John Fishback, 
125 S. Meridian 

Mattler Peter, boarding house, 181 S. 
Meridian 

Mattler Stephen, [Bucksot & Mattler] 
r. 314 E. Ohio 

Mattocks George, gold beater, bds. 
Layfayette House. 

Mattox Eli, conductor, I. & C. R. R. 

Matz John, boot & shoe mkr, 182 W. 
Washington. 

Mauer Andrew, lab. r.rear 358 N. Win- 
ston 

Mauer John P. lab. r. 69 Elizabeth 

Maurer John, moulder, D. Root & Co's 
machine works 

Mans Albert, brewer, r. 32 S. Ala, 

MAUS CASPER, brewer, 32 S. Ala. 

Maus Frank, student at Bryant, 
Statton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's blk. 

Maus James Henry, student, at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's blk. 

Max Gundelfinger, elk. Samuel Na- 
than, bds. 40 N. East 

Maxfield George W. r. 208 N. Tenn. 

Maxon A. M. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Maxwell Alexander, hostler, Charles 
Williams, bds, 69 W. Market 

MAXWELL, FRY & THURSTON, 
(John M. Maxwell, William H. 
Fry, sr. William H. Fry, jr. and 
William B. Thurston) iron and 
hardware dealers, 34 S. Meridian 

Maxwell John C. book keeper, J. C. 
Ferguson r. 77 W. 2nd 

M. (Maxwell, Fry & 
hardware, r. 330 N. 



Maxwell John 
Thurston) 
Meridian 
Maxwell Milton, r. 330 N. Meridian 
Maxwell Samuel D. bds. 77 2nd 
MAXWELL SIDNEY D. bds. 17^ 

Va. av. 
Maxwell Williamson, D. bds. 77 2nd 
May Alfred W. (col'd) barber, r. How- 
ard cor. 3d 
May Alvin D. mailing elk. Herald 

Office, bds. 169 S. Tenn. 
May Alvy C. dentist, r. 125 S. East 

13 West Maryland Street. 



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May Andrew, stave dealer, and cooper 

stuff, r. 125 S. East 
May Calvin, (cord) barber, r. Howard 

cor. 3d 
May David, lab. bds. 169 S. Tenn. 
May David B. grave digger, bds. Miss. 

bet. South and La. 
MAY EDWIN" pawnbroker, 34 S. 111. 

r. 175 1ST. Penn. 
May Grigsby, foreman, James Cahall 

bds. 02 Greer 
May Henry, drayman, r. 155 E. Mc- 

Carty 
May Herman, soldier, r. U. S. Arsenal 
May J. A. printer, bds. 1G9 S. Tenn. 
May John, drayman, r. 155E.McCarty 
May Lawrence, tinsmith, bds. 3G1 S. 

Ala. 
MAY RICHARD F. boots and shoes, 

10 X. Penn, r. 22 W. St. Clair 
MAYER CHARLES, (Charles, Mayer 

& Co.) r. Ill- cor. North 
MAYER CHARLES & CO. (Charles 

Mayer and William Haueisen)toys 

and fancy goods, 29 W. Wash. 
Mayer Frederick, drayman, r. 141 

Union 
Mayer Jacob. Root's Foundry, bds. 30 

Ky. av. 
Mayer John, carpenter, r. 327 S. Del. 
Mayer John F. umbrella maker, r. 123 

N-. St. Joseph 
Mayer Joseph, carpenter, bds. 392 1ST. 

Ala. 
Mayer Mathias. tobacco and cigars, 96 

S. 111. r. same 
Mayer William, clk.r. 224 Union 
Mayers C. brass moulder, r. 79 S. Lib- 
erty 
Mayers Xavier F. saloon, r. 322 S. Del. 
May hew Annie, actress, r. 25 E. Circle 
MAYHEW EL1SHA C. (Mayhew & 

Fearnley) r. nw. c. 1st 
MAYHEW Enoch C. (Mayhew & 

Branham) bds. 59 W r . Md. 
Mayhew James N". elk. L. W. Moses, r. 

512 E. Wash. 
Mayhew O. F. r. 25 E. Circle 
Mayhew Parish L. (Ray, Mayhew & 

Co.) bds. 329 E. Market 
MAYHEW & BRANHAM (Enoch C. 



Mayhew and Edward Branham) 
boots and shoes, 129 S. Meridian 

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MAYHEW & FEARNLEY, (Elisha 

C. Mayhew, and John Fearnley) 
carpenters, builders and manfrs. 
of sashes, doors and blinds, 19 E. 
Circle 

Mayo Edward H. (E. H. Mayo & Co. 

D. Cady & Co. and Evans, Mayo & 
Co.) r. 562 N". Penn. 

MAYO E. II. & CO. (Edward H. and 
Henrv S. Mayo) boots and shoes, 
21 E. Wash. 

Mayo Henry S. (E. H. Mayo & Co.) r. 
Lafayette, Ind. 

MAYOR'S COURT, Glenn's Block, E. 
Wash. bet. Meridian & Penn. 

Mays Alfred (col'd) barber, 1G1 Ind. 
av. r. c. 3d and Lafayette R. R. 

Mays Calvin, (col'd) barber, r. c. 3d 
and Lafayette R. R. 

Mead Edwin S. bill poster, r. Md. cor. 
Penn. 

Mead William H.trav. agt. Mayhew & 
Branham, bds. Sherman House 

Meade James, saw mill, r. 50 Forest 
av. 

Meadows William II. carpenter, Ma- 
ria, e. of City Hospital 

Meager Charles, piano maker, r. Pearl 
bet. S. NT. J. and Ala. 

Means Alfred, (col'd), cook, r al. bet. 
Ellen and James 

Means John, machinist, r. 199 W. Ohio 

Means Thomas, bookbinder, bds. 293 
Va. av. 

Means William C. tobacconist, r. 238 
Madison av. 

MEARS GEORGE W. physician, Hub- 
bard's Block, sw. c. Wash, and Me- 
ridian, r. 210 N". Meridian 

Meconi Dennis, lab. r. 145 Huron 

Medtcer Katarine, wid. George, r. 382 

E. Mich. 

Meehan Eliza, 17 Hosbrook. 

Meenach Cynthia, Wid. Maurice R. r. 
m Fletcher a v. 

Meenach Serelda E. r. 96 Fletcher av. 

Meginniss Thomas J. r. 109 S. N. J. 

Mehaney A.P. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton& Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Meier Charles N. boarding house, 182 S. 
Meridian 

Meier Frederick, lab. bds. 57 E. South 

Meier Henry (Roeth & Meier) 239 E. 
Wash. 

Meierhoff Mrs. r. 242 S. Ala. 

Meikel Charles P. printer, r. 500 N". 
West 

Meikel John P. brewer. 215 W. Md. r. 
213 W. Mel. 

Meikel Martin, r. 113 X. Miss. 

Meikel Mary C. wid. Philip, r. 113 N. 
Miss. 

Meikel Philip, carpenter, r. 263 N\ Da- 
vidson 



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Meiners Cornelius, lumber dealer, r. 

240 X. 111. 
Meiners William, r. 240 N. 111. 
Melick Andrew student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 

ford's Block. 
Mellaley , printer, Ben Franklin of- 
fice, bds.. 153 W.Md. 
Heller Charles, carpenter, r. 47 Orient, 

E. of City limits. 
Mellirig Charles, teamster, r. 47 ]ST. 

Douglas 
Mellville Robert B. cutter, Glaser, 

Mitchel & Co. r. 120 N. Teiin. 
Mellville Robert J. painter, r. 120 X. 

Term. 
Mendal Moses, salesman, 4 E. Wash. 
Mendenhall B. conductor, City 11. XV. 

bds. Sheridan House. 
Mendenhall William, Associate Supt. 

City Academy, bds. Pyle House 
Mentis Frank, segar dealer, 153 E. 

Wash. r. 184 S. Del. 
Mensenkamp William, lab. 42 Elm 
MERCHANT POLICE, 84^ E. Wash. 
MERCHANT SYLVIA, dress maker, 

70 E. Market, r. same 
Merchant's Despatch Fast Fr't. Line, 

James H. Lobdell, agt. 19 Va. av. 
MERCHANT'S NATIONAL BANK, 

23 N. Meridian 
MERCHANT'S UNION EXPRESS 

CO. 42 and 44 E. Wash. 
Meredith Edward, saw maker, r. 235 S. 

Miss. 
Meredith Emma, r. 284 N. N. J. 
Meredith Samuel C. mail elk. Journal 

Office, r. 212 Blackford 
Meredith William M. printer, Journal 

Office, bds. 212 Blackford 
Merer Lewis, (Merer & Buschmann) 

bds. c. N.J. and St. Mary 
Merer & Buschmann, (Lewis Merer and 

William Buschmann) dry goods 

and clothing, 151 Ft. Wayne av. 
Merl Nicholas, "boot and shoe maker, 

267 W. Wash. r. same 
Meniau Michael, lab. 22 al. nr. E. 

George 
Heron Gordon, barkeeper, John L. 

Enrich, r. 17 N. 111. 
Merrick John, printer, Ben. Franklin 

Printing House, bds. 153 Md. 
Merrick Richard, cooper, Daniel Bur- 
ton, bds. — Douglas 
Merrick William, hostler, St. R. W. 

stables 
Merrilield Charles E. grocery, 150 N. 

Temi. r. 135 XV. N. Y. 
Merrill Mrs. r. 13 S. Meridian 
Merrill Minerva, wid. John F. r. 244 W. 

N.Y. 
Merrill Samuel (Merrill & Co.) r. Mer- 
rill, ne. c. Ala. 



Merrill William II. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

MERRILL & CO. (Samuel Merrill and 
Mrs. Julia M. Moores) publishers 
and dealers in school books, paper, 
stationery, etc. 5 E. Wash. 

Merriman Daniel, elk. A Clem & Bro. 
r. Mass. av. nr. c. Ala. 

MERRITT GEORGE, (Merritt & 
Coughlen) r. 172 N. West. 

MERRITT J. J. MRS. news depot and 
circulating library, school book- 
stationery, 62 N. 111. r. same 

Merritt Joseph J. dealer in pictures, 
picture frames and looking glasses, 
62 N. 111., r. same. 

Merritt Mary, student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Meridian. S. E. cor. 
Wash. 

Merritt & Coughlen, (George Merrit 
and William Coughlen.) woolen 
manfrs. W. Wash. cor. Water. 

Henry man Ann wid. William, r. 365 N. 
Ala. 

Merryman Daniel H. clerk, bds. 104 
Mass. Av. 

Merryman Edward F. book binder, r. 
365 N. Ala. 

Merryman William G. canvasser for 
Edwards & Boyd, bds. 392 N. Ala. 

Mers Morris, boiler mkr. Winston nr. 
N. Y. 

Meskell James, lab. B. R. R. car 
works. 

Meskell Joseph, lab. B. R. R. car 
works. 

Mesker David, lab. Sinker & Co., r. 57 
Harrison. 

Meskill Dennis, plasterer, r. Tenn. bet. 
1st and 2nd. 

Meskill Michael, moulder, Chandler & 
Taylor, r. N. Tenn. bet. 1st and 2nd. 

Meskill William S. book binder, W. 
Sheets, r. Tenn. nr. First. 

Messenger Lyman M. carpenter, arse- 
nal, r. 139 Fort Wayne Av. 

Messick Thomas B. clerk, bds. Little's 
Hotel. 

Messman Ferdinand, lab. Frank 
Wright's Brewery, r. 41 Ellen. 

Metcalf George W. builder Fairbank's 
Scales, 74 W. Wash. 

Metcalf Joseph A. (Burt, Metcalf & 
Over,) r. Wheeling, W. Va. 

Metcalf Stephen, student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's blk. 

Metehler Andrew, track layer street 
R. R. bds. 192 Va. Av. 

Methena Elisha M. carpenter, r. 426 



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METROPOLITAN THEATRE, W. H. 

Riley, manager, Wash. N. "YV. cor. 

Ten 11. 
Met!"'' Samuel E. watchman, r. 127 E. 

Wash; 
Metz John, carpenter, r. May hew IS". 

Mich. road. 
Metzger Alexander, real estate and 

claim agt. 6 Odd Fellows Hall, r. 

385 N. Penn. 
Metzger Carl, tailor, r. 222 1ST. East. 
METZGER ENGLEBERT J. proprie- 
tor Ben. Franklin Printing' House, 

17 W Md. r. 79 N. East. 
Metzger Jacob, (Voegtle & Metzger,) 

r. N. W, cor. St. Clair and Del. 
Metzler John E. saloon Spencer House, 

bds. 13E. Wash. 
Metzner Adolphus, (A. Metzner & Co.) 

r. E. Market 
M E T Z N E R A. & CO. (Ferdinand 

Wocher, Adolphus Metzner and 

Frank Erdemeyer,) druggists, 91 

E.Wash. 
Meyer Anthony, saloon, 401 E. Wash. 

r. same 
Meyer Christ, gasfitter, J. W. Davis, r. 

* 81 S. Liberty 

Meyer Christ F. picture frame mkr. r. 

* 227 X. Liberty 

Meyer Christian, tailor, Rudolph 
Rogge, r. N. Noble 

Meyer Christian L. carpenter, r. 275 E. 
Ohio 

31eyer Emil, book-keeper, Mer. Nat. 
Bank, r. 36 N. Del. 

Meyer Frank, carpenter shop, 335 S. 
"Del. r. same 

Meyer Frederick, carpenter, r. 22G E. 
Vt. 

Meyer George F. (Geo. F. Meyer & 
Co.) r. 180 X. Del. 

MEYER GEORGE F. & CO. (George 
F.Meyer and William Kugelman,) 
tobacco and cigars, 35 W. Wash. 

Meyer Henry, elk. S. Kahn & Bro.bds. 
' Oriental House 

Meyer Leopold, elk. bds. 250 S. Merid- 
ian 

Meyer Ludwig, drayman, Washington 

* Foundry, r. 98 N. Davidson 
Meyer Martin, fancy turner, 19 S. Ala. 

r. same 
Meyer Matthias, elk. bds. 145 E.Wash. 



Meyer William, elk. C. Sehwicho, r. 
224 Union 

Meyer Win. blacksmith, r. 420 E. Ga. 

Meyers Frank, drayman, r. 27G N. Lib- 
erty 

Meyers Henry, elk. bds. Oriental 
House 

Meyers John, apprentice, D. Root & 
Co's Machine Works 

Meyers William, blacksmith, C. & I. 
C. R. R. 

Mezgar David, lab. Sinker & Co. 

Miarty Timothy, lab. Arsenal r. nr. 
Arsenal 

Michael Frederick, r. 113 N. Miss. 

Michael Henry, carpenter, r. 112 Ben- 
ton 

Michael Martin, r. 113 N. Miss. 

Michaels Phillip, machinist, r. 85 S. 
Penn. 

Michaelson Feibes, book keeper, L. I. 
Mossier, bds. Ga. bet. Meridian and 
111. 

Michaely John B. carpenter and build- 
er, r. 656 N. Term. 

Mick Edward L. (Mick & Co.) r.469 N". 
N. J. 

Mick Elizabeth W. wid. John, r. 170 
Jackson 

Mick James F. (Carr & Mick) r. 170 W. 
Jackson 

Mick William E. (Wright, & Mick, 
and Mick & Co.) r. 469 N. N. J. 

MICK & CO. (William E. and Edward 
L. Mick,) com. mer. 23 W. Md. 

Micke William, painter, Frank Fertig, 
6 E.Wash. 

Mickey John R. patent right, r. 123 W. 
South 

Midda'w James W. fireman, C. & L C. 
R. R. r. 180 S. Noble 

Middleton J. B. student, Bryant. 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Miers Frank, saloon, 8 S. Del. r. 17 
Meek 

Miessen Alfred, watch maker, A.Oehl- 
er, 246 Ohio 

Migga John R. (Hilgemeier & Migga) 
r. 38 Wyoming 

Mildenberger Henry, printer, Ben 
Franklin Printing House, r. W. 
Wash. bet. N. J. and Ala. 

Mileham Joseph N. supt. car repairs, 
B. R.R. car works, r. 261 N.David- 
son 

Milender William B. (Milender &Clan- 
cev) r. 206 E. Ohio 

MILENDER & CLANCEY, (William 
B. Milender and Mathew Clancey) 
house and sign painters, 18 S. Me- 
ridian 

Miles Christopher, carpenter, bds. 33 
N. Noble 



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Miles James H. carpenter, (Enos & 
Miles,) r.N. Miss. nr. 2nd 

Miles Oscar, foreman, William S.Cam- 
eron, r. 280 N. Ala. 

Miley John, elk. r. 234 E. La. 

Millard E.lab. C. & I. C. R. R. freight 
depot 

Millenbeck August, salesman, James 
B. Conaty, r.l98E. Wash. 

Miller Adam, butcher, r. 235 S. Ala. 

MILLER ADAMR. photograplier,43}4 
E. Wash. r. 144 W.Del. 

Miller A. J. cor. 1ST. West & St. Clair. 

Miller A. N. student at Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Miller Anthony, carpenter, rear 227 E. 
Vt. r. 227 E. Vt. 

Miller Anton, drayman, r. 244 S. 
Tenn. 

Miller Bradford W. bds. 373 N. Del. 

Miller B. W. Student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Milieu- C. fireman, C & I. C. R. R. bds. 
118 Benton. 

Miller Cambridge, (col'd) lab. r. 350 W. 
North. 

Miller Carey W. messenger, Indiana 
banking co. r. 373 N. Del. 

Miller Charles, carpenter, bds, 169 S. 
Tenn. 

Miller Charles, lab. r. 330 Madison av. 

Miller Charles, waiter, Union Hall. 

Miller Charles E. r. 133 N. Miss. 

Miller Charles J. saloon, 25 S. Del. r. 
same. 

Miller Christ, watch repairer, 79 S. 111. 

Miller Christian, painter, Eagle ma- 
chine works 

Miller Christian F. carpenter, r. 230 N. 
Davidson. 

Miller Crosby, r. 373 N. Del. 

Miller Daniel, brick maker, r. 273 N. 
Noble. 

Miller David, tailor, 3 Va. av. r. 118 
Bright. 

Miller E. bds. Collins' House 

Miller Earl, lab. r. 330 Madison av. 

Miller Edward, trav. agt. r. 305 E. Mar- 
ket. 

MILLER EDWARD T. prescription 
druggist S. 111. cor. Md. r. 64 Ind. 
av. _ 

Miller Elizabeth, wid. James, r. Dun- 
lop. 

Miller Elizabeth, wid. William r. 59 S. 
Cal. 

Miller Emily, r. 271 W. Vt. 

Miller Ephraim, student, at Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackfords' 
blk. 

Miller Ernst, drayman, r. 170 Madison 
Av. 

Shurtleff & Macauley, No. 



Miller Frank, cooper, bds. 349 S. Del. 
Miller Frank A. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Miller Frank J. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

blk. 
Miller Frederick, blacksmith, r. 172 S. 

Noble. 
Miller Frederick, carpenter r. 21 Biddle. 
Miller Frederick, foreman, L. F. Lan- 

nay & Co. r. op. Underbill's Mills. 
Miller Frederick, tanner, v. Wis. 
Miller George, blacksmith S. W. 

Drew & Co. r. 77 W. Walnut. 
Miller George B. blacksmith, Case, 

Marsh & Wiggins, r. 525 E. Market. 
Miller George W. carpenter Indianap- 
olis Agricultural Works, r. 9 Vine. 
MILLER GEORGE W. physician, r. 

111. cor. W. Mich. 
Miller Harrison S. gas fitter, bds. 139 

N. Davidson. 
Miller Henry, bricklayer, r. 18 John. 
Miller Henry, stairbuilder, r. 360 N. 

East. 
Miller Henry, currier, Mooney & Co. r. 

454 S. 111. 
Miller Henry, lab. 206 W. Yt. 
Miller Henry, tailor, r.308 E. Wash. 
Miller Henry, tanner, r. 454 S. 111. 
Miller Henry H. traveling agt. for the 

Guardian Life Insurance Company, 

4 Blackford's blk. 
Miller Henry W. (Dreher & Miller,) r, 

304 E. Ohio. 
Miller Isaaejypedler, r.115 W.McCarty. 
Miller JaeobV carpenter, bds. Globe 

House. 
Miller Jacob, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. r. 

253 S. West. 
Miller Jacob, tobacco and cigars, 

Spencer House, r.33 W. McCarty 
Miller Jacob K, elk. r. 231 W. Vt. 
Miller James, engineer, Draper & 

Cochrane, r. 252 S. Tenn. 
Miller James M. spoke turner, bds 266 

S. 111. 
Miller, Jeremiah, grocer, r. W. Indi- 
anapolis 
Miller Jesse F. painter, r. 273 N. Noble 
Miller J. Frank, book keeper, Singer 

sewing machines, r 88 S. Miss. 
Miller John, gardener, r. Three Notch 

Road 
Miller John, hack driver, r. Draper, nr. 

Ky. av. 
Miller John A. bds. 373 N. Del. 
Miller John A. carpenter r. 46S N 

East 
Miller John F. merchants police, 84^ 

E. Wash. 
Miller John II. machinist, Case, Marsh 

& Wiggins, r. 50 Fayette 

13 West Maryland Street. 



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Miller John J. teamster, r. 100 X. West 
Miller John X. tailor, Moritz Bro. & 

Co.r. GO Railroad 
Miller J. V. R. Rev. r. 433 N. Penn. 
Miller Leonhardt, tailor, r. 118 E. 

Pratt 
Miller Lewis, lab. r. 363 KT. Noble 
Miller Louis, blacksmith, r. E. Mich. 

rd. 
Miller Louise, wid, William, r. 11C ST. 

Noble 
Miller Margaret M. Mrs. boarding 

house, r. 118 Benton 
Miller Mark B. lab. r. 139 X. David- 
son 
Miller Mary E. servt. 51 Madison av. 
Miller Milton R. machinist. C. & I. C. 

R, R. bds. 58 Benton 
Miller Ozias S. printer, Journal Office, 

bds. 12 lnd. av. 
Miller Peter W. r. 133 N. Miss. 
Miller Pladius, r. 247 S. Del. 
Miler Reinhold A. watch mkr. jeweler 

and musician, 79 IS. 111. r. same 
Miller Robert, elk. Hume, Adams & 

Co. bds. Oriental House 
Miller Rudolph, upholsterer, Hume, 

Adams & Co. bds. Oriental House 
Miller S. lab. D. Root & Co's Machine 

Works 
Miller Sebastian, elk. r. 14 N. Miss. 
Miller Simon R. lab. r. 66G N. Miss. 
Miller Spencer, gaslitter, Coulter & 

White 
Miller Stephen, lab. 349 S Del. 
Miller Sylvanus S. plasterer, bds. 139 

]ST. Davidson 
Miller Thomas, lab. J. M. &I.R. R. 

Depot 
Miller Thomas, lab. r. 330 Madison av. 
Miller Thomas P. boarding house, 139 

1ST. Davidson 
Miller Valentine, currier, D. Yandes, 

jr.. 38 E. Wash. r. 128 E. Ohio 
Miller Wendel, blacksmith, bds. 349 S. 

Del. 
MILLER WILLIAM, genl. ticket agt. 

Union Depot, bds. 73 W. Md. 
Miller William, lab. r. 317 W. Market 
Miller William, saw mkr. E. C.Atkins. 

r. 216 Bluff rd. 
Miller William, teacher, bds. 238 S. X. J. 
Miller William B. slate roofer, r. 9 Wil- 

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Milleson Royal H. printer, Herald 

office, r. 65 Mass. av. 
Millican William S. chemist, W. I. 

Haskit & Co. bds. Pyle House 
Milligan Francis, wagon mkr. bds. N. 

111. bet. 6th and 7th 
Mills B. II. editor, Good Templar and 

Temperance Journal, r. Upper Al- 
ton. Ills. 
Mills David, (Gates, Pray & Co. and 

Mills & Bond) r. 74 E. North 
Mills John S. foreman, J. M. & I. R. R. 
MILLS JULIA A. MRS. millinery 

goods, 64 N. Penn. r. same 
Mills Layton. horse dealer, 180 Mass. 

av. 
Millspaugh Oscar C. painter, bds. 36^ 

N. Penn. 
Milner Davis, Journal Office, r. 173 

Dougherty 
MILNER J. la wyei-, 94 E. Wash. r. 

same, tip-stairs 
Milton Hiram T. carpenter, Byrkit & 

Son, 33S lnd. av. 
Minahan Andrew, lab. r. 175 E. South 
Minck Mary, waiter, California House, 

184 S. 111. 
Minck William, lab. r. 203 Madison av. 
Mingenfelter Gotlieb, teamster, r. 236 

P. R. R. 
Minick David C. [D. C. Minick & Co.[ 

bds. Macy House 
Minick D. C. & Co. [David C. Minick 

and Abraham Horner,] military 

claim agts. and real est. brokers, 

17 W. Wash. 
Minick Hiram, policeman, r. 339 S. 

■ Penn. 
Minihan Thomas, lab. 197 Meek 
Minor Willis R. book keeper, Connely, 

Wiles & Co. bds. Spencer House 
Minor Willis R. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
Minteeth John, carpenter, r. 127 E. 

South 
Mison Julius, confectioner, Max B. 

Hummler, 31 N. Penn. 
Mission Church, Madison av.c. Union 
Mission Sunday School, Madison av. 

cor. Merrill 
Mitchel Jacob, [Glaser, Mitchel & Co.] 

r. 32 N. East 
MITCHELL ALBERT S. [Scott & 

Mitchell,] bds. Oriental House 
Mitchell Ham [col'd] bds. Macy House 
Mitchell H. B. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Mitchell Isaac B. student Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block. 
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E. Penn. 
Mitchell Robert S. brick mkr, r 

Mich. rd. 
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Mitchell William (col'd) lab. r. 116 Ash. 
Mitchell William, shoemkr, r. 73 X. 

McCartv. 
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bds Oriental Hotel 
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Lowe. r. 113 Benton 
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Mitchell and Henry C. Fiske) groce- 
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grocers, X. Miss. nr. 4th 
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South 
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131 West Wash. 
Mittay John jr. bartender, r. 317 E. X. 

Y. 
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bds 33 X. Xoble. 
Mix Lyman W. (Spencer & Mix) r. 32S 

E/X. Y. 
Mock Martin, elk, r. 99 X". Xoble. 
Mode Michael (C. Karle & Co.) r. 229 

X. Xoble 
Moeseh Theodore, baker & confectioner, 

80 E. Wash. r. same 
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anan. 
Moffett Emma G. elk. A. 

bds. 782 X. 111. 
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r. 237 S. X. J. 
Moffitt Oliver I. printer, r. 235 S. X". J. 
Moffitt Robert, printer, bds. 153 W. 

Md. 
Moffitt William, elk. Browning & Sloan. 

bds. 152 X. Miss. 
Mogge Richard, r. 38 Wyoming. 
Moland John, engineer, C. & I. C. R. 

R. bds 58 Benton 
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av. 
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Mo. 

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179 X. Tenn. 

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dorfer, bds. 35 Circle. 

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machine works. 

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Monnahan Charles, piler Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Company. 
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Rolling Mill Company. 
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192 W. Md. 
Monninger Daniel, saloon, r. 386 X. 

Tenn. 
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bds. 153 W. Md. 
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ble. 
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av. 
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cis A. Knox, r. W, Miss, outside 

city limits. 
Monroe John, carpenter, Many & Sons. 

r. 330 E. Yt. 
Monroe John L. carpenter. Many & 

Sons, r. 203 Winston. 
Montague Colonel, bds. 17)4 ^ a - a v. 
Montague Martha, wid. William, r. 105 

S..N.J. 
Montanye Samuel H. student Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford blk. 
Montford , physician, bds. 35 E^ 

Market. 
Montgomery Andrew, shoemaker, 505 

X. Meridian. 
Montgomery C. bar keeper 197 E. 

Wash. bds. 22 Orient. 
Montgomery C. pawnbroker, room 6 

Blake's bldg. 
J Montgomery William E. cooper, Dan- 
iel Burton, r. W. Indianapolis. 
Montieth John, carpenter, r. 127 E. 

South. 
Mood Robert, machinist, I. & C. R. E. 

r. 103 Forest av. 
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and Edward R. Moody.] drugs, 180 

Ind. av. 
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Ind. av. 
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Moore Elizabeth, cook, John Grosch, r. 
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Moore Granville C. elk. r. 397 W. N. Y. 

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Moore J. messenger U. S. Express 
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Moore James, lab. r. 59 Jones 

Moore James, lab. r. 337 S. Mo. 

Moore John, baker, bds. 114 S. 111. 

Moore John, elk. pork house, r. 600 N. 
111. 

Moore John, lab. r. 294 Madison av. 

Moore John, shoemaker,' r. 5 Dougherty 

Moore John, student, N. W. C. Univer- 
sity 

Moore John L. bookkeeper, Kingan & 
Co. r. 600 1ST. 111. 

Moore John M. (W. I. Haskit & Co) r. 
419 N. 111. 

Moore John TV. plasterer, r. 267 TV. 
Merrill 

Moore Joseph A. bookkeeper, 49 E. 
Wash. r. 209 N. Penn. 

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Blind. 

Moore Michael, lab. r. 337 S. Mo. 

Moore Michael, stone mason, Scott, 
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Moore Samuel, commissioner of Mar- 

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Moore Samuel H. student, bds. 39 Va. 

av. 
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N. Miss. 
Moore R. H. carpenter, r. 253 N. West. 
Moore Robert C. painter, 34 TV. Ohio. 
Moore Thomas C. bookkeeper, Murphy 

Kennedy & Co. r. 23 E. Mich. 
Moore Thomas, cooper, bds. 297 TV. 

Wash. 
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Moore Thomas C. blacksmith, r. 553 

Va. av. 
Moore William ("Moore & Co.) 

N.J. bet. Market & Wash. 
Moore William, cooper, r. 373 TV. 
Moore William, saloon, r. 34 N. 
Moore William A.cond. st. II. TV 

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Moore William IT. foreman plasterers 

arsenal, r. 3S7 Mass. av. 
Moore William J. bds INeiman House. 
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&3d. 
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Moorehouse Charles, elk. C.L.Turner 

& Co. bds. 39 Va. av. 
Moores John A. r. 309 E. Merrill. 
MOORES JULIA M. MRS. [Merrill & 

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Moose John, carpenter, bds. 35 Ind. Av. 

Moran , roofer, r. 88 S. Liberty. 

Moran Ellen, wid. of Thomas, boarding 

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Moran John, engineer C. & I. C. R. R. 

bds. 58 Benton. 
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Moran Patrick, lab. r. 294 S. East. 
Moran Samuel, painter, r. 83 Bradshaw. 
Moras Joseph, butcher, 251 Bluff rd. 
More H. Mrs. actress, Metropolitan 

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More Henrv, r. Ellsworth, bet. TV. N. 

Y. and W. Vt. 
More John, r. 419 N. 111. 
More Philip H. piano mkr. r. 27 Ells- 
worth. 
Morehouse A. M.Mrs, boarding house, 

39 Va. Av. r. same. 
Morehouse W. L. canvasser, David A. 

Redfleld, 16>^ E. Wash, 
Morey Thomas, stonecutter, arsenal, r. 

nr. Mass. Av. tollgate. 
Morgan Daniel, engineer, Jeffersonville 

and Madison Engine House. 
Morgan Daniel B. cooper, r. 322 TV. 

Wash. 
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Morgan John, sawyer, Rolling Mill, r. 
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Morgan Levi, [col'd] servant, Alexis 
F. Coquillard. bds. Dovvden House. 

Morgan Mary, wid. of William, r. 313 
E. Ga. 

Morgan Pauline, wid. of John, r. 33 E. 
McCarty. 

Morgan Samuel C. salesman, Owen 
McGinnis, r. 163 W. South. 

Morgan Sarah Ann, wid. Thomas, bds. 
288 \V. Mel. 

Morgan Sarah M. dress mkr. 759 Miss. 

Morgan S. C. Mrs. dress mkr. and mil- 
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Morgan Stephen W. (Stewart & Mor- 
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Morgan Tony, lab. r. Gordon, e. S. 
Tenn. 

Morgan Wm. r. 33 E. McCarty 

Morgan Wm. lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
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Morgan Wm. B. peddler, r. 293 Ind. 
av. 

Morganweck Valentine, grocer, 21 
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Moriarty Daniel, stone cutter, r. 248 S. 
Del. 

Moriarty James, brick mason, r. 493 S. 
East 

Moriarty Morris, C. & I. C. K. R. 

Moriarty Patrick, lab. r. 23 Bates 

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Moriarty William C. book-keeper, Mc- 
Kernan & Pierce, bds. 71 Ind. av. 

Moritz Mayer, (Moritz Bro. & Co.) r. 
New York City 

Moritz Simon, book-keeper, Moritz 
Bro. & Co. r. 3 E. Wash. 

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cinnati, Ohio 

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Morley Burton T. r. 397 E. Ga. 

Morley Burton L. r. 397 E. Ga. 

Morley Mary Mrs. boarding house, 245 
W. Md. r. same 

Morley Thomas, lab. r. 226 S. Mo. 

Morrell Rachel, wid. Wm. S. r. 11 S. 
Meridian 

Morris Artemus, carpenter, r. 428 S. 
East 

MORRIS, CARTER & CO. [George 
W. Morris and James F. Carter,] 
billiard saloon, 9 W. Wash. 

Morris Charles G. elk. Browning & 
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Morris E. J. bds. Snelson House 

Morris Ellen, laundress, Palmer House 

Morris, George W. [Morris, Carter & 
Co.] r. se. cor. Liberty and North 

Morris Grigsby, cook, Spencer House 

Morris Harmony, grocer, r. 350 Ind. 
a v. 

Morris Henry W. elk. r. 24 S. N. J. 

Morris I. H. student Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block. 

Morris James W. teller, Citizens Na- 
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Butler's addition 

Morris J. C. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24% E. Wash. 

Morris John D. station agt. I. & C. 11. 
R. r. 112 Jackson 

Morris John J. [Henry F. West & Co.] 
r. outside city limits 

Morris John S. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Morris Joseph, butcher, r. 253 Bluff rd. 

Morris Joseph C. billiard rooms, bds. 
Commercial Hotel 

Morris Joshua, student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Morris Maria, wid. Austin W. r. 115 S. 
Meridian 

Morris Mary C. wid. Francis, r. 372 N. 
East 

Morris Richard A. sec. T. H. & I. R. R. 
r. Terre Haute 

Morris Robert S. carpenter and mill 
wright, bds. 35 Ind. av. 

Morris G. student, Gregory's Nation- 
al Business College of Trade, 
2434 E. Wash. 

Morris Samuel, grocer, r. S. end Madi- 
son av. 

Morris Samuel B. machinist, r. 79 Nor- 
wood 

Morris Samuel J. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
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Block 

Morris Sandford, elk. r. 275 W. Vt. 

Morris Thomas A. r. Western av. N. 
of city limits 

Morris Thomas, carpenter, r. 199 N. 
West 

Morris William B. 1 . 210 Huron 

Morris William J. plasterer, r. 229 
Union 

Morris William S. harness maker, W. 
N. Y. nr. Canal 

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r. 52 N. Penn. 

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Morrison James A. it. R. agt. r. 223 X. 

N. J. 
Morrison John, Osgood, Smith & Go's 

Hub Factory, 230 S. 111. 
MORRISON JJHN I. Treas. of State 

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Block, r. 475 X. 111. 
Morrison Lewis, bookkeeper, Stewart 

& Morgan, r. 1st nvv. c. Ft. Wayne 

av. 
Morrison Michael, teamster, r. 135 

Union 
Morrison O. M. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Morrison Robert I. Deputy. Treas of 

State, r. 475 X. 111. 
Morrison Squire lab. r. 428 S. Mo. 
Morrison T. W. student at law, r. 

475 X. 111. 
Morrison William, teamster, r. 429 E. 

St. Clair 
MORRISON WILLIAM A. notary 

public, r. 52 N. Penn. 
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Morton J. M. student, Gregory's Na- 
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Morton Robert, lab, r. 32 Bicking 

Morton Thomas R. elk. Provost Mar- 
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Mosebv Betty, (col'd) servant, 74 E. 
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MOSES LUCIUS W. optical and spec- 
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Moss Martha S. r. 92 E. N. Y. 

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Mourts Henry M. receiving elk. J. M. 

&I. R.R.r. 313 Del. 
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Mower Anthony, plasterer, arsenal, r. 

Peru, bet. North and St. Clair. 
Mover Joseph, carpenter, bds. Ala. cor. 

'St. Clair. 
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Mueller Frederick W. printer, Ben 

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Wash c. East 
Mueller John, brewer, Gagg & Go's 

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Wash. r. same 
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F. Steffens, r. 250 S.Del. 
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Muenger Frederick, porter, Talbott, 

Rickard & Co. bds. 114 tf . Tenn. 

Muhlemann Christian, cabinet mkr. r. 
488 Roset 

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Wash. 

Muhlenbeck Frederick, r. 50 S. 111. 

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Muir James W. salesman, L. II. Tyler 
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Muir John, sawyer, bds. 331 S.Penn. 

Muir Michael, lab. r. 334 S. Del. 

Muirson Alexander, book agt. r. 112 S. 
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Mulchv Margaret wid. Daniel, r. E. 

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Mulehy Michael, lab. r. 87 Noble 
Mulho'lland Henry A. lab. bds. 99 Ben- 
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Mull Jacob, carriage shop, W. Ga. cor. 

Ky. av. r. 273 K". Tenn,. 
Mullalley Edward, lab. r. 52 Huron 
Mullaney Dennis J. salesman, Elliott, 

Ryan & Co. bds. 134 N. 111. 
Mullen Quin Mrs. wid. Roger, r. 20 

Dougherty 
Mullen Win. foreman, Cox's Foundry, 

r. 231 E. South 
Mulleney Mary, wid. Patrick, boarding 

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Mullens John, servant, 227 N. Merid- 
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Mulligan John, stone cutter, arsenal, r. 

E. Wash. 1ST. Mich. rd. 
Mulligan T. D. printer, bds. Oriental 

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Mulliken John, coppersmith, I. & C. R, 

R. r. 71 N. Davidson 
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Munden Jesse S. carpenter, bds. 379 N. 

West 
Munger Christian, tel. repairer, bds. 

California House 
Munger Jacob, porter, bds. California 

House 
Munhall Herman W. salesman, bds. 

Pyle House 
Munhall Leander W. student, Graham 

A. Wells, bds. Pyle House 
Minis Thomas, plasterer, r. Ill Elm 
Mini sell Ezra, carriage mkr. r. 63 Peru 
Munsell Henry, carpenter, r. 71 Peru 
Munsell Newton, engineer, B. R. R. 

round house, r. 359 1ST. N. J. 
Munson Amy, housekeeper, Palmer 

House 
Munson Charles H. (Mini son & John- 
ston ) r. 286 N. Ala. 
MUNSON DAVID, lightning rods, 62 

E. Wash. r. 228 E. Market, [see 

adv.] 
Munson Lewis, r. 286 X. Ala. 
MUNSON WILLIAM L. grocer, 51 

N. Ala. r. 286 N. Ala. 
MUNSON & JOHNSTON, (Charles II. 

Munson, and Wm. J. Johnston) 

stoves and house furnishing goods, 

62 E. Wash. 
Muntz James, plasterer, r. 404 Ya. a v. 
Muntz Michael, plasterer, r. 448 Va. 

av. 
Muntz Theodore C. W. blacksmith, bds. 

South, bet. Ills, and Tenn. 
Muntz Thomas, plasterer, r. Ill Elm. 
Muntz Wm. plasterer, r. 442 Va.av. 
Mupmann D. F. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

13 West Maryland Street. 



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Murbarger George bottler, Peabody & 
Rittenhouse, r. W. Indianapolis 

Murdock Geo. T. book-keeper, Dunn 
& Karny, r. 385 S. 111. 

Murdock George T. student, Bryant. 
Stratton & Go's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Murdock Joseph, moulder, 3S5 S. 111. 

Murdock Joseph, store keeper. Bates 
House. 

Murdock Joseph, student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)£E. Wash. 

Murdock William B. Jr. elk. Bates 
House. 

Murdock William B. student, Grego- 
ry's Xational Business College 
of Trade. 24 l o E. Wash. 

Marfrey Michael, stonecutter, bd 
W. X. Y. 

Murphey Erskine C book keeper First 
Xational Bank, bds. Pyle House. 

Murphy Bridget, servant Little's Hotel, 
bds. same. 

Murphy Cornelius, lab. bds. 1G9 X". 
Davidson. 

Murphv Dady James, r. 17 Elizabeth. 

Murphy Daniel E. bds. 396 W. Xorth. 

Murphv George W. elk. Murphv. Ken- 
nedy & Co. bds. 166 X". Meridian. 

Murphy James, r. 66 E. La. 

Murphy James, lab. bds. 169 X. David- 
son. 

Murphy Jane, waiter. Palmer House. 

Murphv Jesse T. policeman, r. 179 X. 
Xoble. 

Murphy John, Gas Company, bds. 13 
Henry. 

Murphy John, expressman, bds. 26 
James. 

Murphy John, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Company. 

Murphy John, lab. r. Maple nr. Morris. 

Murphy John, lab. r. Mich. rd. E. city 
limits. 

Murphy John. lab. r. 70 Eailroad. 

Murphy J. M. brakeman, Jeff. P. P. 
bds. Hamilton House. 

Murphv John W. [Murphv, Kennedy, 
& Co. and J. W. Holliday & Co.] r. 
166 X. Meridian. 

Murphv John W. bar keeper, bds. 376 
W. Xorth. 



Murphy Kate, chambermaid. Palmer 
House. 

MUPPHY, KEXXEDY & CO. [John 
W. Murphy, R. Frank Kennedy, 
Wiley W. Johnston, and Wil- 
liam J. Holliday,] whol. dealers in 
dry goods and notions, Meridian 
X". E. cor. Md. 

Murphy Margret J. Mrs.r. 245X. Lib- 
erty. 

Murphy Mary, washer, Bates House. 

Murphy Michael, lab. r. Madison R. P. 
engine bouse 

Murphy Michael, policeman, r. 190 X. 
Blackford 

Murphv Milton r. al. bet. X. J. and 
E. Wash, and Market 

Murphy Morris, lab Zimmerman & Co. 
r. 72 Benton 

Murphy M. Tobias, cooper, r. 321 E. 
George 

Murphy Patrick, express driver, 
Adams Express, r. 407 S. East 

Murphy Thomas, plasterer, bds. Hamil- 
ton House 

Murphv Timothy, saloon, r. 396 W. 
North 

Murphy Timothy, shoe mkr. 60 Mass. 
av. r. snme 
123 : Murphy William lab. r. 227 S. Del. 

Murray George W. conductor, P. & I. 
E. R. r. 2 Skating Park 

; Murray Joseph, [col'd] hostler, J. L. 
Bond. bds. Holliday House 

Murrell William R. elk. W. & H. 
Glenn, bds. 117 W. X. Y. 

Murry John, plasterer, bds. 65 S. Cal. 

: Musgrave Moses, woolen manufac- 
turer, r. 63 S. Cal. 
; Musgrave Uramel L. student r. 725 X". 

Tenn. 
! Musgrave Phillip D. (Ewing & Mus- 
grave) r lie. cor. Tenn. and 5th 
: Musgrave Walton, spinner and weaver, 
r. 27 Cal. 

Musselman P. Frank trav agfc. Indian- 
apolis Gazette, r. 29 Grant 

Mussman William, grocer, r. Ill X. 
Morris 

Mussmann Dick, [W. & D. Mussmann] 
r. 244 Bluff rd. 

Mussmann Frederick, elk. W & D. 
Mussman, r. 244 Bluff rd. 

Mussman William [ W. & D. Mussman] 
r. 244 Bluff rd 

Mussman W. & D. [William and Dick 
Mussman] grocers, 244 Bluff rd. 

Musterd Ellen Mrs. r. 72 W. Md. 

Mutchett Charles, bds. Concordia 
House, S. 111. 

Mutchla H. M. carpenter, Citizens st. 
R.W. 

Mutscher John, brewer, Christian F. 
Schmidt, r. 56 Wyoming 



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TON&Co'S COMMERCIAL AND BUSI- 
NESS College. Blackford's Block 



PREMIUM PUMPS, Mye^Leonard, F. (Klefer & Myers,] 

r. 322 X. X. J. 



19 North Alabama St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Myers L.oui-. drayman, eagle machine 

works 
Myers Michael, batcher, r. Wis. nr. 

* Bluff rd. 

Mvers William G. machinist, r. 114 
MUTUAL BEXEFIT LIFE IXSU- ' Railroad 

RAXCE COMPAXY. of Xewark. Myers William H. agt. Herald Office, 
Xe w Jersey, Slutting & Wood, agts. r. 322 X. X. J. 

21 W. Wash. See advertisement Mylor Elizabeth, laundress, r. Insti- 
ATuzzv Marintis. painter, r. 216 W. X. * tute for the Blind 

Y. 
Myer Ada. student. Beyaxt. Steattox "VJ"AAS William, shoe mkr. r. 380 E. 
& Co's Commercial and Business Xi Mich. 

College. Blacford's Block ; Naegele Joseph i . salesman. Bart. 

Myer Frederick, student. Bryant. Sletcalf & Over. bds. Snelson 

STEATTOX 'it CO'S COMKEECIAL AXD HoUSC. 

Business College. Blackford's Nagel August, boarding house, r. 272 

Block W. Maryland. 

Myer John F. W. elk. r. Bluff rd. uw. Xagle Louisa, wid. of John D. r. 53 

cor. McCarty Harrison. 

Myer Moses. (Myer & Straus/ r. Cin- Xahn William, shoe mkr. J. A. Comen- 

cinnati. Ohio gore & Co. r. 380 E. Mich. 

MYEE it STEAF/S. (Moses Myer and Naltner Agidius, real estate. 14 3. Del. 

Isaac S. Straus.} elothingand gents r. 186 E. McCarty. 

furnishing goods. 4 W. Wash." Xardin Ethan T. [E. T. Nardin & Co.] 

Myers A. grain dealer, bds. Spencer r. 24 W. Wash. 

House ■ Xardin E. T. & Co. [Ethan T. Xardin 

Myers Catharine, wid. Peter, r. 18a and John H. Weir] nianfrs. chapel 

Madison av. organs. 61 S. 111. 

Myers Charles W. teamster, r. 2S2 W . Nardin Frederick P. cabinet mkr. r. 5G 

Md. Fletcher av. 

Myers Christopher, m older J. Davis, r. Xash Charlotte, chambermaid, Bay 



SIS.Libertv 



Mouse 



Myers Elizabeth, wid. Edwin, r. alley, Nathan Edward, laborer, bds. 69 W 



bet. Minerva and Blake 

Myers Frank, cabinet maker, r. 14. 
Bluff rd. 

Myer- George E. pressman, Ben Frank- 
lin Printing House, bds. 322 IS . X 
J. 

Mvers Geofsre F. Countv Treasurer, 



Market 
Xathan Samuel, clothing, 19 W. Wash. 

bds. 226 X. Y. 
Xathen Abraham. [Moritz, Bro. & Co.] 

r. Cin. Ohio 
XATIOXAL BF/SIXESS COLLEGE. 

[GREGORY'S] 24b. E. Wash. 



{ George F. Myers & Co.) r. ISO N. Nattermann George, stone cutter, r. 

Del. * McCarty nr. S. X. J. 

Myers Henry, lab. bds. Bay House Naughton Mary, servant. 23 Madison 

Myers Henry, lab. bds. 323 S. Penn. av. 

Myers Henry, tailor, bds. Little's Hotel i Naughton Patrick, grocer, r. 4S3 E. Ga. 
Myers Henry, teamster, bds. 39 ZS . 111. i Nauman A. varnisher, Spiegel. Thorns 
Myers Jacob, carpenter, r. Plum nr. & Co. 

Cherry Nave C. A. student. Beyaxt. Steat- 

Myers James B. elk. bds. 1S6 Va. av. ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 

Myers James M. r. 245 X. HI. ness College. Blackford's Block. 

Myers Jesse D. com. mer. la S. Del. j Xavin John Xicholson. veterinary sur- 

bds. Spencer House geon, Journal office, 2nd rloor. bds. 

Myers J ohri, carpenter. 327 X. Winston Pyle House 

Myers John, tinsmith. Munson it John- Xeab Conrad, lab. Cottrell & Knight 

ston, Va. av. , Neall Jonathan, r. 1S5 X. Liberty 

Myers John A. (Bloeher & Mvers. r. ' ZN eberhall John, carpenter, r. 206 X. 

119 W. Wash. Winston 

Myers John G. r. 780 2\ . Tenn. | Xeeb Charles, book keeper, r. 126 X. 

Myers Joseph, carpenter, r. 414 S. 111. | Xoble 

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ORDERS SOLICITED 

NEEDIIAM WILLIAM, [ : F^zhngli, 
Pattison & Co. and Indiana Bank- 
ing Co.] r. Franklin, Ind. 

Neeld Nathan M. salesman, Hibben, 
TarkingtOn & Co. bds. Rockwell's 
Dining- Rooms 

Neerman Christ, shoe store, Mass. av. 
r. 350 X. Noble 

Neermann Christ, lab. r. 70 Lockerbie 

Neff John, driver, City R. W. bds. 
Sheridan House 

Heft John C. painter, (Neff & Johnson) 
r. 191 N. Noble 

Neff William, r. 402 N. N. J. 

Neft William, butcher, William Jen- 
nings, bds. 36 N. Perm. 

Neff William L. butcher, bds. 292 E. 
South 

Nellie Frederick, butcher, Jacob Roos, 
bds, 139 S. 111. 

Neffie Frederick, lab. Helwig, Roberts 
& Co. r. 275 S. West. 

Neffier . lawyer, Hereth's Block, 

' r. 

Negly Joseph, bds. Snelson House. 

Neib&rger James C. elk. r. 175 E. St. 
Clair. 

Neibergali Johi\ carpenter, r. 266 Win- 
ston 

Neice Louis, carpenter, r. 460 N. East. 

Neidling Louis, store mounter, D.Root 
& Go's, machine works. 

Neiger Frederick, wagon shop, 299 
Mass. av. r. 344 N. Noble 

Neiger Henry, brewer, Casper, Maus 
& Co. bds. same 

Neiger Jacob, butcher, r. 344 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Neighbours Albert, bds. 382 S. 111. 

Neighbours Charles, expressman, r. 
19 Henry. 

Neil Amanda, wid. John, r. 134 N. Lib- 
erty 

Neil Edward H. (Neil & Co.) r. 44 N. 
East. 

Neil &Co. [Edward II. Neil] flour and 
feedr. 210 E. Wash. 

Neiman House, S. 111. nr. Ga. 

Neiman Jacob S. elk. Neiman House, r. 
130 S. 111. 

Neiman John S. (Mrs. Neiman & Sons) 
~ 111. 



Neiman John S. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 

Neiman Joseph, tailor, r. 42 N. Doug- 
las. 

NIEMAN LAHA MRS.prop'r Nieman 
House, 128 & 130 S. Iltt 

Neimeier William, cond. Bffo. R. 

Neirmayer J. F. Shoemaker, bds. Cal- 
ifornia House. 

Nell John B. translator, r. Wabash av. 
bet. Noble and Liberty. - 

Nellson Wilhelm, brewer, bds. Chicago 
Exchange, 123 S. 111. 

Nelson Edward F. machinist, r. 167 

Meek- 
Nelson Henry II. carpenter, r. 125 N- 
Miss. 

Nelson Horatio, watch-maker, George 
M. & Alexander F*. Jenison, 24 E. 
Wash. r. 234 S. Ala. 

Nelson James, r. 141 Union 

Nelson J. C. conductor, I. & C. R. R. 

Nelson John, machinist, r. Hosbrook, 
c. Cedar 

Nelson Paul, lab. r. 134 N. Bright 

Nelson $andy, (col'd) saloon, r. 126 N. 
Mo. 

Nelson Thomas A. elk. W. & H. Glenn, 
bds. 27 Mass. av. 

Nelson Thomas, (col'd) saloon, r.135 N. 
Bright 

Nerman Christian, sexton, St. Paul's 
Church (German Evangelical Lu- 
theran) 

Nerr Frank R. student, Bryant, Steat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Busi- 
ness* College, Blackford's Block. 

Nessler C. Mrs. wid. Frederick, r. 426 
S. East 

Netting Louis, blacksmith, r. 275 N. 
Noble 

Neubacher Louis, brass finisher, r. 319 
S. Del. 

Neugent J. M. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Nevin James, lab. bds. 69 W. Market 

New John B. Rev. r. 82 N. 111. 

New John C. cashier First National 
Bank, r. 248 N. Penn. 

New Leopold, soldier, r. U. S. arsenal. 

New Valentine, packer, E. A. Wood- 
bridge, r. 415 E. Wash. 

NEWALD MAX, clothing, 185 E. 
Wash. r. same 

Newbury Jefferson, harness m: r :er, r.. 
110 N. Noble. 

Newby John C. student, N. W. <, Uni- 
versity 

Newcomb Cooley, salesman, r. 132 N. 
Ala- 

Newcomb Horatio C. principal editor, . 
Journal Office, r. 132 N. Ala. 



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Newcomb Richard II. elk. IT. S. Court, 

r. 31G N. Y. 
Newcomb Win. C. elk. r. 219 E. Market 
NEWCOMER FRISBY S. physician, 

r.18 W. Ga. room 6 Blake's row. 
Newcomer Mary, wid. r. 311 1ST. West 
Newell Ly-ne S. piano forte teacher, 
Vinton's Block, bds. N. Y. n. w. c. 
Meridian 
Newell Win. J. upholsterer, Wilkens & 

Hall, bds. 153 W. Md. 
Newhall George, conductor, Colum- 
bus & Ind. R. R. 
Newhart Phoebe, r. 275 S. Noble 
Newkirke A. P. lawyer, bds. Little's 

Hotel 
Newland John T. elk. Subbs & Buchan, 

bds. Dowden House 

Newman Henry, elk. bds. 297 W. Wash. 

Neuman Henry C. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Newman Isaac L. foreman, Bradshaw, 

r.' 254 Mass. av. 
Newman John S. prest. Mer. Nat. 

Bank, r. 243 Penn. cor. Mich. 
Newman John S. student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade. 241^ E. Wash. 
NEWMAN OMAR, State Agent for 
Grover & Baker's Sewing Machine, 
office, 36 E. Wash. r. 325 N. Penn. 
Newman Peter, lab. r. 305 S. Mo. 
Newman P. Mrs. hoop skirt manuf. r. 

56 Mass. av. 
Newman William T. teamster, r. 31 S. 

West 
Newmann Herman, hoop skirt, manuf. 

95 E. Wash. 
Newmayer, G. H. bds. California 

House 
Newmeyer Julius A. (Kettenbach & 

NewmeyeiO r. 279 Mass. av. 
Newsom Win. L. (Newsom & Moore,) 

r. N. Penn.nr. 1st. 
Newsom Joseph, (Moore, Hunt & Co.) 

r. N. Penn. bet. 2d and 3d. 
Newson John S. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 
Newton George A. elk. C. & I. C. R. 

R, r. 73 W. Md. 
Newton Maria S.Mrs, dress mkr. r. 115 

E. Wash. 
NEWTON MILTON W. Insurance 

Agent, r. 276 E. South 
Newton Thomas, student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block. 
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE 
CO. OF N. Y. A. M. Gibson, gen. 
agt. R. C. Joseph, special agt. 
Western Branch Office, Wash. sw. 
c. Meridian 



Niblick R. K, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24-K E. Wash. 

Niccum J. G. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co's 
Hub Factory, 230 S. 111. 

Niccum Joel, blacksmith, r. 55 Maple 

Nichol James M. teller, Branch Bank 
of the State of Ind. at Indianapolis, 
r. 475 N. Meridian 

Nicholas Harriet Mrs. wid. Elias, r. 
19 Chad wick 

Nicholas Nifing, carpenter, N. 111. bet/ 
4th and 5th 

Nichols Addison, elk. r. 4G3 N. Del. 

Nichols C. D. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Nichols George W. carpenter, r. 68 
Fletcher av. 

Nichols H. C. student, Bryant. 
Stratton & Co's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Nichols Henry, carpenter, r. 68 Fletch- 
er av. 

Nichols H. W. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton, & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, B 1 a c k f o r d' s 
Block. 

Nicholi Lewis, student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Nichols Martha C. r. 68 Fletcher av. 

Nichols Thomas M. dentist, 27 W. 
Ohio, r. same 

printer, r. 73 E. St. 



A. carpenter, r. Gf 



State Library, 



Nichols Willard, 

Clair 
Nichols William 

Fletcher av. 
Nichols William C. cli 

r. 73 E. St. Clair 
Nichols William C. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 
Nichols W. L. (col'd) white washer, r. 

205 N. West 
Nicholson David (Scott & Nicholson) 

r. 166 W. Georgia 
Nicholson Edward, conductor, St. R. 

W. r. 311 W. Wash. 
Nicholson Jesse C. painter and paper 

hanger, r. 239 W. McCarty 
Nicholson Justine M. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Nicholson Mary Miss, teacher, First 

Ward Public School, r. 79 Mass av. 
Nicholson William T. lab. r. 22 Lord 
Nickerson Amos R. carpenter, r. 256 

N. Miss. 
Nickum John R. baker, r. 160 N. East 



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Nicola! Charles, harness maker, 326 E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Nicolae Ernestine, wid. Julius,, r. 109 
W. Wash. ■ 

Niedecker Fred, carpenter, Helwig. 
Roberts & Co. r. St. Mary's sub- 
urbs. 

Niehans Joseph L. elk. Ililgemeier & 
Migga, r. 361 S. Del. 

Niem an: Christian, carpenter, r. 231 
N. Davidson 

Neimann Fredrick, carpenter, r. S. 
Delaware, nr. cor. Wash. 

Niemann Henry (Boldeker & Nie- 
mann) bds. Vincent nr. Michigan. 

Memeger William, grocer, r. 108 S. 
Noble 

Niemiber Betsy, wid. Harmon, 297 E. 
George 

Niermeyer H. shoe maker, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

Nihause Joseph, clk.r. 3G1 S. Del. 

Ninnedge D. S. student, Bryant, 

STRATTON& GO'S COMMERCIAL AND 

Business College, Blackford's 
Block 
Niswander Andrew, driver St. It. W. 

Nitz Theresa, wid. Albert, r. 220 S. 

East. 
Nixon J. H.Itev. pastor First Presby- 
terian ch. r. 76 E. Mich. 
Noble Alanson F. notary public and 

claim agt. 5 Yohn's bik. r. E. Mar- 
ket, outside corporation. 
Noble Laz. gen. elk. sup. court, r. 88 

W. Ohio. 
Noble George F. works E. L. & E. B. 

Noel, bds. 204 Forrest av. 
Noble James. (Kelly & Noble) r.23 E. 

St. Joseph. 
Noble W. H. L. gen. agt. I. & C. R. R. 

r. S. Del, cor. Madison av. 
Noble William T. salesman, Murphy, 

Kennedy & Co. bds. 173^ Va. av. 
Noble Winston P. agt. Masonic Hall, r. 

E. Market, city limits. 
N v oe Marshal A. foreman, D. Behymer 

& Co. r. 234 E. Vt. 
Noe Andrew J. painter, r. 190 N. 

Davidson. 
Noe Maggie Miss, seamstress, r. 360 N. 

J. 

Blank Books for Merchants, 



Noel E. B. [E. L. & E. B. Noel] bds. 
252 S. N. J. 

Noel E. L. [E. L. &. E. B, Noel] r. 252 
S. N. J. 

Noel E. L. & E. B. [E. L. Noel and E. 
B.Noel] storage, forwarding and 
commission merchants, 86 Va. av. 
cor. Ala. 

Noel Smallwood, engineer, E. L. & E. 
B. Noel, r. 252 S. N. J. 

NOEL S. V. B. vice-president, Cham- 
ber of Commerce, r. 252 S. N. J. 

Noel Vance, com. mer. r. 252 S.N. J. 

NOFSINGER FRANK B. physician 
49 Ind. av. r. same 

NOFSINGER WILLIAM R. proprie- 
tor Nofsingers Bank, 9 S. Meridian, 
and Joseph D. Pattison & Co. r. 
National rd. east of the city 

Noland J. B. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and Bu- 
siness College, Blackford's Block 

Nolan Michael, (Nolan & Gilmore,) r. 
S. West. bet. South & McCarty 

Nolan & Gilmore, (Michael Nolan and 
Samuel H. Gilmore,) shoe mkrs.. 63 
Ind. av. 

Nolin C. A. carpenter, r. 181 Meek 

Nolin Emerald A. musician, r. 756 N. 
Tenn. 

Nolin Joshua D. farmer, r. 756 N. 
Tenn. 

Nolin S. C. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Nolin Soloman C cabinet mkr. Arsen- 
al, r. 183 Meek 

Nolke Frederick, machinist, B. F. 
Ha ugh & Co. 74 S. Penn. 

Nolte William, huckster, r. 264 Madi- 
son av. 

Nolting Adolph, elk. L. K. Mueller, 
187 S. N. J. 

Nolting Charles, gardener, r. 127 St. 
Joseph 

Nolting Matilda, servant, 184 Va. av. 

Nooe Daniel M. carriage smith, r. 121 
S. N. J. 

Nooe Martha, wid. Equillar," r. 119 S. 
N.J. 

Norcross Jeremiah F. railroad engi- 
neer, bds. 50 Huron 

Normal Academy [ of Music, 283 S. 
Meridian 

Normal Institute of Penmanship, 
Isaiah Rider, 24 and 26 E. Wash. 

Norris Thomas, currier, bds. 192 Va. 
av. 

NORTH MYRON, Capt. Ga. n. e. c. 
111. r. same 

North Pinkney A. r. Blake c. Eliza- 
beth 

North Street M. E. Church, Ala. c. 
North 

at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



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North Western Christian University, 
Forrest Home av* end of Plum, 
outside corporation 

NORTH WESTERN MUTUAL LIFE 

INSURANCE CO. 9 Talbott & 

New's Block 
North Western Farmer, Dr. Thomas 

A. Bland, editor and proprietor, 

27 S. Meridian 
North am Asa, lightning rods, bds. 67 

N. Ala. 
Northan William, carpenter, bds. 37 

Jackson 
NORTHROP WILLIAM W. (Tincher 

& Northrop,) r. 421 N. 111. 
Northway George, plasterer, r. 186 N. 

N.J. 
Northway John, plasterer, r. 306 E. 

North 
Nortrnan Fredrick, cooper, r. 263 S. 

West 
Norton James, washer, William Ilines- 

ley, bds. California House 
Norton Luther, carpenter and builder. 

ns. North, bet. 111. and Tenn. r. 276 

E. North 
iMorton Patrick, grocer, 209 E. Wash, 
Norton Thomas, bds. Snelson House. 
Norton W. H. Capt. arsenal, bds. Capt. 

R. Curry 
Nor trip Lyclia, wid. Andrew, r. 259 E. 

McCarty 
Noi wood Albert F. r. 34 N. 111. 
Noi wood Elbert F. farmer, r.34 N. 111. 
Norwood George, r. 129 N. 111. 
Norwood John L. tinner, B. McOuat, 

r. 120 W. Mel. 
Noterman George, stone cutter, r. 506 

Reset 
Notter Steve, brush mkr. r. — E. Wash. 
Nowiand J. II. E. traveling agent, r. 

. 283JE. South 
Nulle Frank E. carpenter, bds. Mich. 

rd. 
Nupe Samuel, engineer, C. & I. C. S. 

R. bds. 58 Benton 
Nurre Joseph, (Goas & Nurre,) r. 

Mich rd. 
Nutmeyer Christian, joiner, Warren 

Tates factory 
Nutting Rufus, ag't. Mutual Life Insu- 
rance Company of Indiana, r. 368 

N. East 
Nutting Rufus, jr. (Nutting & Wood.) 

r. 368 N. East 
NUTTING & WOOD, (Rufus Nutting, 

jr. and D. Leonard Wood,) Insu- 
rance agts. 21 W. Wash. 
Nutts Jacob, baker, r. 178 E. Vt. 
NutzelJohn, batcher, r. 175 Madison 

av. 
Nydegger Frederick, cabinet maker, 

West & Co. r. 110 E. St. Mary 
Nye William M. book keeper, George 

W. Burrows, r. S. 111. op. Depot 

Ho. IS West Maryland 



ATMAN Merritt J. agt. Singer's 
sewing machines, 48 E. Wash. r. 

712 N. Tenn. 
Obenshain T. L. carpenter, r. 417 N. 

Tenn. 
Obenshain William H. elk. P. O. r. 74 

S. Noble 
Obeny Alexander, cabinet mkr. r. 485 

N. Ala. 
Oberffeld Nicholas, currier, John Fish- 
bach, 125 S. Meridian 
Obergfell Dennis B. tanner, bds. 76 

Gordon 
Obergfell Isidor, lab! G. & I. C. R. R. r. 

392 S.Del. 
OberMdi Joe. lab. Ci: & I. C 



R. R. 
392 S. 



freight depot a» 
Obergfell Matthew, carpenter, i 

Del. ^ ■ ! \ 

Obergfell Bliilip, laborer, C. & I. C. R. 

R.-r.^S.Del. 
Obermyer -.William M. salesman, Des- 

sar, Bro. & Co. r. cor. 111. and Mel. 
Obrian Thomas, engineer, Seott & 

Nicholson, r. ]S| . East 
O'Brien Bartholomew, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Company 
O'Brien Christopher H. elktP. O.r. 195 

-W. South 
O'Brien Henry, lab. Warren Tate's 

factory 
O'Brien Hen ry, teamster, r. 129-Stevens 
O'Brien Jeremiah, tinner. Muiison & 

Johitston, r. 28 Wyoming 
O'Brien John, lab. r, 252 S. Del.' 
O'Brien John, teamster, r. 264 S. Ala. 
O'Brien John II. plasterer, r. 83 E. St. 

Clair 
O'Brien Michael-, carpenter, B. R. E. 

car works, r. 339 N. Winston 
O'Brien Michael, helper, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Company 
O'Brien Richard, stainer, Spiegel, 

Thorns &€o. bds. 65 S. East 
O'Brien T. lab. Osgood, Smith & Go's 

hub factory, 230 S. 11* 
O'Brien Thomas, lab. r*. Keeley's addi- 
tion 
O'Brien Thomas, operator, B. R. R. car 

works, r.cor. St. Clair and Railroad 
O'Brien Timothy, r. 282 S. Del. 
O'Bryan John, lab. r. 80 Bates. 
O'Bry an Margaret, wid. Michael, r. E. 

Ga. E. of Cady. 
Oburson Henry, elk. bds. 58 S.Penn. 
O'ConiiPl James, lab. r. 40 Lord. 
O'Connell Daniel, lab. r. 269 S. Perm. 
O'Connell Daniel, lab. r. 191 Meek. 
O'Connell Dennis, lab. r. 231 Madison 

av. 
O'Connell Jeremiah, lab. r. 232 Madi- 
son av. 
O'Connell John, lab. bds. 232 Madison 

av. 

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O'Connell John, gas fitter, r. 232 Madi- 
son av. 

O'Connell Michael, porter, W. I. Has- 
kit & Co. bds. Beard House, 1 

O'Connell Murty, lab. r. 290 S. Del. 

O'Connell Thomas, shoemaker, r. 294 S. 

Del. 
O'Connor John, stone mason, r. 303 S. 

Penn. 
O'Conner John, lab. r. 28 SDel. 

O'Conner Michael, lab. r. Stevens nr. 

Va. av. 
O'Conner Michael lab. r. 237 Coburn. 
O'Conner Patrick, lab. r. 3G Hose. 
O'Conner Thomas, lab. bds. 288 S. Del. 
O'Conner Stephen, r. 297 S. Term. ■ 
O'Connor Dennis, tailor, r. 75 E. Wash. 
O'Connor Joseph, saloon, r. 68 S. 111. 
O'Connor Patrick, tailor, 37 E. Wash. 

r. 309 Indiana av. : 
Odd Fellows Hall, Wash. cor. Penn. 
O'Donnel Mary, servant, 207 S. 111. 
O'Donnell Andrew, lab. arsenal, bds. 

nr. arsenal. 
O'Donnell Margaret, wid. John, r. 

bet. Cherry Oak and Plum. 
O'Driscoll John, stepeotyper, Herald 

Office, bds. 94 W. Market 
Oehler Andrew, jewelry store, 20 S. 

Del. r. same 
Oehler David, saloon, 84 Bluff Road, r. 

same 
Oehler Herman, blacksmith, B. F. 

Haugh &"Co. 74 1ST. Penn. 
Oehler Roman, jewelry store, 34 Ya. 

av. r. same 
Oelschlager John B. salesman, r. 424 

E. St. Clair 
Off Christian (Off & Bros.) r. 297 N. No- 

ble 
Off Gottlieb (Off & Bros.) r. 324 ^.No- 
ble 
Off Jacob, (Off & Bros.) r. 297 N. No- 

ble 
OFF & BROS. (Christian, Gottlieb, and 

Jacob Off) lumber dealers, X. No- 
ble, c. North 
Offderheeder, (see Aufderhaider) 

Office of the Board of Public Improve- 
ments, room 8, Glenn's Block 



Ogden Morgan L. Capt. U. S. Inf. bds. 
Palmer House 

Bankers' Books made to order by Shurtleff & Macauley, 



Ogden William S. gen. fr't agt. T. H. 
& I. R. R. CO. bds. Oriental House 

Oglesby John II. capt. steamboat Miss. 
river, r. 157 N. Tenn. 

Oglesby Joseph E. elk. J. W. Iredell & 
Co. bds. 157 N. Tenn. 

Oglesby Stephen, [col'd] cook, Sher- 
man House, bds. same. 

O'Hara Anthony, lab. r. 243 S. West 

O'Hara John, shoemaker, r. 386 S. West 

O'Hara Mathew, tailor, r. 233 S. West 

O'Hara Michael, lab. r. 229 S. West 

Ohlear George, basket maker, 15G 
Bluff rd. r. same 

Ohr Aaron D. elk. ticket office Union 
Depot, r. 431 N. Meridian 

OHR JOHN H. agt. Adam's Exp. Co. 
12 E. Wash. r. 448 N. Meridian 

Ohr Henry, elk. Adam's Exp. Co. 

Ohr Martin L. elk. Sherman House, r. 
Sherman House 

Ohry Louis, engineer, r. 116 Winston 

Oiler Philip, wagon mkr. bds. 240 S. 
Del. 

O'Keeffe Timothy, Jab. r. 18 Willard 

Okev Edward, carpenter, r. 359 N. 
N.J. 

Okey Joseph B. carpenter, r. 326 N. 
East 

Okey Phillip, carpenter, r. 452 N. N. J. 

O'Lara James, wks. Arsenal, r. 82 
Bates 

Oldenberger Jacob, lab. r. Blake 

Olds YVm. conductor, Columbus & Ind. 
R. R. 

O'Leary Daniel, barkeeper, r. 345 S. 
Meridian 

O'Leary Edward, lab. r. 42 Bicking 

O'Leary Jeremiah, saloon, 103 S. 111. r. 
same 

OLIN CHAUNCEY C. (Folsom & 
Olin,) r. N. Tenn. outside city lim- 
its 

Olin Edwin D. book keeper, Indiana- 
polis Agricultural Works, bds. 
Pyle House 

Olive William A. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Oliver Charles, tobacconist, Centre, nr. 
Blake 

Oliver D. H. physician, 31 Va. av. r. 
same 

Oliver Hannah, wid. Abraham, r. Ma- 
dison rd. nr. Nebraska 

Oliver Louis, student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Oliver Theodore, butcher, r. 315 S. Mo 

O'Loughlin John, apprentice, D. Root 
& Co. Machine Works. 

O'Loughlin Patrick, lab. 62 Bicking 

Olsen Peter, brick layer, r. 349 Madi- 
son av. 



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O'Malia Patrick, porter, E. B. Alvorcl 

& Co. r. S. Ala. nr. Schmidt's Brew- 
ery 
O'Mara Elizabeth, waiter, Palmer 

House 
O'Mara James O. lab. Am. Ex. Union 

Depot 
O'Mara Richard, expressman, f. 239 

K. Blake 
O'Marow Patrick, yardman, Spencer 

House 
O'Meara John, cooper, r. Finch's Block 

nr. Wash. 
Onderdonk C. student, j Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
O'Neal Michael, puddler, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
O'Neal William H. carpenter, r. 279 W. 

Merrill 
O'Neil John, lab. r. 211 E. Market 
O'Neil John B. puddler, bds. 279 S. 

Tenn. 
O'Neil J. H. flagman, Union Depot. 
O'Neil Michael,^-. 164 Meek. 
O'Neil Thomas, lab. r. 164 Meek. 
O'Neil Timothy, lab. r. 168 Meek 
O'Neill Michael, tailor and cutter, J. 

&P.Gramling, r.143 E.McCarty 
O'Neill Thomas, lab. r.199 Meek. 
O'Niel Ettie, milliner, Catlin & Gard- 
ner, 46 N. Wash. 
Oole John, butcher, r. Kansas. 
Orbison William H. elk. E. H. Mayo 

& Co. bds. 58 S. Penn. 
O'Regan Jeremiah, lab. bds. 62 Huron. 
O'Reiley Timothy, lab. r. 287 S. Tenn. 
ORIENTAL HOUSE, Scott & Page, 

prop'rs, S. 111. nr. Union Depot. 
O'Riley John, bootmkr, A. Knodle 32 

E.Wash. 
O'Riley Michael, bootmkr, A. Knodle, 

32 E. Wash. 
Orme Catherine, wid. David, r. 88 Ky. 

av. 
Orme Charles [Orme&Bro.] r. Bluff 

road. 
OrmeHenson E. [Orme & BroJ r.Bluff 

road. 
Orme Sanford, bookkeeper, Orme & 

Bro. Bluff road. 
Orme William, paper carrier, r. 88 Ky. 

av. 
Orme& Bro. [Charles Orme and Hen- 
son E. Orme] millers, Bluff road. 
Ormsby George W. r. 135 Union. 
Orner J. C. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
Orner Samuel O. joiner arsenal, bds. 

Pattison House. 
Orr Daniel, shoemkr, r. 350 W. North. 
Orr George W. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 



Trade, 24% E. Wash. 

"No. 13 West Maryland Street. 



Orr Henry, r. 122 N. Del. 

Osbon William T. carpenter, r. 362 N. 
West 

Osborn Benjamin, carpenter, bds. 58 
Benton 

Osborn Elizabeth, wid. John, r. 127 
Ind. av. 

Osborn Eliza Miss, saleswoman, Rich- 
ardson & Austin, r. c. Cal. and Vt. 

Osborn George W. elk. Osborn & Sail- 
ors, r. 46 N. Miss. 

OSBORN JOHN H. [Osborn & Sailors] 
r. 46 N. Miss. 

OSBORN & SAILORS [John H. Os- 
born and James L. Sailors] dry 
goods and notions, 188 W. Wash. 

Osborne Alonzo M.asst. civil engineer, 
James B. Cunningham, r. 145 N. 
Meridian 

Osborne James II. blacksmith, arsenal, 
r. 201 Davidson, c. E. Vt. 

Qsburn D. M. teacher of phonography, 
r. 150 Ft. Wayne av. 

Osgood Charles J. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24^<E. Wash. 

Osgood G. L. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24% E. Wash. 

OSGOOD JOHN B. painter, rear 75 E. 
Market, r. 212 E. Market 

OSGOOD JUDSON R. [Osgood, Smith 
& Co.] r. 84 E. Mich. 

OSGOOD, SMITH & CO. [Jndson R. 
Osgood, Samuel F. Smith, and Ja- 
cob Woodburn] hub and sj>oke 
manf. 230 S. 111. 

Ossenforth Frederick. Porter A. Jones 
& Co. r. 316 N. Davidson 

Osterman John, elk. Lockhart & Co. r. 
101 W. Wash. 

Ostermeyer Christian F. dry goods. 
350 E. Ohio, r. same 

Ostermeyer"Frederick [Holland, Oster- 
meyer &, Co.] r.-ss. National Road, 
E. of city limits. 

Ostermeyer Louis, lab. r. 263 N. Lib- 
erty 

Oswald Godfrej^, painter, r. 336 Rail- 
road 

OtisW. H.r. 421 N. Tenn. 

Ott John, cabinet maker, r. Dacotah 

Ott Michael, huckster, r. 389 S. East 

Ott William, cabinet maker, John Ott, 
bds. Dacotah 

Otte William, carpenter, r. 190 N. No- 
ble 

Otten David, saloon, 65 W. Wash. r. 127 
Spring 

Otto August, lithograph printer, J. H. 
Stallo & Co. r. 81 Plum 

Otto Charles, brick mason, r. Orient E. 
city limits 

Otto Charles, physician, 20 N.Noble, r. 
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Otto Frederick, porter, Bowen, Stewart 

& Co. bcls. 182 S. Meridian 
Otto Philip, (Fain-ion & Otto,) r. 147 

Bluff rd. 
Otwell Francis, 37 Bates 
Otwell J. T. conductor, Street R. W. r. 

32 Bates 
Otwell William S. stone cutter, bds. 37 

Bates 
Oval Joseph, miller, C. E. Geisendorff 

& Co. bds. 29 Blake 
Over Ewald, (Burt, Metcalf &Over,) r. 

79 N. Ala. 
Overhall Thomas, (cord,) hostler, W. 

E. Wood, 290 K. Tenii. 
Overman Robert, carpenter, r. 142 N. 

Blackfdrd 
Overmire Milton, cabinet maker, Spie- 
gel, Thorns & Co. bds. 277 Va. av. 
Overton Jesse, (col'd), lab. r. 251 E. St. 

Clair 
Overstreet James M. tracklayer, r. 19 

S. Miss. 
Overstreet Willis G-. cigars and tobacco, 

retail. 77 S. 111. r. 486 E. Ga. 
Overni3 T er Nelson F. carriage maker, 

Hanover & Justice, bds. 2 Arch 
Overmyer iNoah, carriage maker, Han- 
over & Justice, bds. 2 Arch 
Owen James G. elk. W. & II. Glenn, 

' bds. 70 E. Market 
Owen E. D. matron Indianapolis Fe- 
male Institute 
Owen William, trader, bds. 78 S. 111. 
Owens Benjamin, professor of music, 

27 S. Meridian, r. same 
Owens Ephraim, lab. r. 278 W. McCarty 
Owens II. W. painter, bds. 297 W.Wash. 
Owens James, moulder, Sinker & Co. 
Owens James M. plasterer, r. 175 Bluff 

rd. 
O wings Emma S. dress mkr. Catharine 

Farrel, r. 168 N". Winston 
Owings John F. traveling agt.r. 139 E. 

South 
Owings Lydia A. wid. William, r. 168 

N. Winston 
Owings Nathaniel, r. 139 E. South 
Ownby James, soldier, U. S. arsenal 
Owsley William A. carpenter, r. 40 N". 

Douglas 
Oyler William, policeman, r. 28 N". East 



PABST William, tailor, bds. Califor- 
nia House 
Paddox William A. painter and paper 

hanger, bds. 239 W. McCarty 
Paff Hugh, carpenter, r. 405 S. East 
Paft Mary, wid. William, r. 405 S. East 
Paff Matthew, carpenter, r. 405 S. East 
Paff Samuel, carpenter, bds. 385 S.East 
Paffmann Jacob, r. ws. Bluff rd.nr. the 

city line 
Page Andrew, sleeping car conductor, 
Indianapolis and St. Louis, bds. 
Sherman House 
Page John, (Scott & Page,) r. Oriental 

House 
Paige L. B. Miss, asst. matron, Deaf 

and Dumb Institute 
Paige Thomas, conductor, I. & C. R. R. 
Paifer Christina, servant, 13 E. South 
Paine Henry currier, J. Fishback, r. 

]S T . Ala. 
Paine Peter, (col'd) farmer, r. alley, 

bet. Ellen and James 
Paine Daniel L. r. 57 Huron cor. Kohle- 
Painter Ed. 11. printer, Downey & 

Brouse, bds. Pattison House 
Palmer Blackford, r. 57 W. Md. 
Palmer Charles M. r. 57 W. Md. 
Palmer Edward L. book bindery, r. 54 

Is. Miss. 
PALMER HOUSE, Wash. se. cor. 111. 

Ben] am in Mason, proprietor 
Palmer' John J. r. 405 N". Penn. 
Palmer Margaret A. wid. Daniel r. 385 

Va. av. 
Palmer N . B. r. 57 W. Md. 
Palmer Trumbull G. Deputy Auditor 

•of State, 1-.156N". 111. 
Pauling George W . student Gregory's 
Rational Business College of 
Trade, 24>CE. Wash. 
Paramoure D. L. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial ani> 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 
Pardieck Henry, carpenter bds. — Va. 

av. 
Pardick Hermon, carpenter, r. 156 

Stevens. 
Parisette Joseph, ice dealer, r. 161 W. 

South . 
Park University, one full square, bet. 

Vt. Penn. IN . Y. and Meridian. 
Parker Columbus C. trav. agt. C. H. 

Reynolds, r. 163 S. Tenn. 
PARKER EBENEZER A., att'y at 

law, r. cor. Mich, and Cal. 
PARKER EDWARD F. lawyer, 8 E- 

Wash. r. 13 S. Miss. 
Parker Frank, bds Cal. House. 
Parker George W. student, S". W. C... 

University- 
Parker Jackson, [col'd,] teamster, r» 
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Parker John, bds. California House nr. 

1st. 
Parker John, student, bds.X. Penn. 
Parker Joseph [col'd] lab. r. Elizabeth 

se. City Hospital 
Parker Kate [col'd] wid. John, bds. 177 

W. 2d. 
Parker Margaret, wid. r.641 X.Tenn. 
Parker Orhi, student. Bryant, Strat- 

ton & Co's. Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block. 
PARKER REGIXALD R. shirts and 

gents furnishing goods, 30 W. 

Wash. r. 90 X. Miss. 
PARKER ROBERT P. [Guffin & Par- 
ker] r. 178 X. Xoble 
Parker Sarah, [col'd] wid. Kathan, r. 

Elizabeth, se. City Hospital 
Parker's Sewing Machine Agency, 

Richardson & Austin, 31 S. 111. 
Parker Wilson, bricklayer, r. 1G3 S. 

Tenn. 

PARKMAX CHARLES B. sec. Ind. 

Polling Mill Co. r. 270 X. 111. 
Parks Hiram J. [col'd] carpenter, r. 

122 Benton 
Parks Jonathan, driver, Citizen St. R. 

W. 
Parks Theron, detective, r. 101 W. 

Wash. 
Parmerlee James C. student, Bryant 

Stratton & Go's. Commercial 

and Business College, Blackford's 

Block. 
Parmerlee James C jr. bookkeeper, 

D. Yandes jr. bds. 179 E. X. Y. 
Parmelee William H. elk. I. & C. R. R. 

r. 3G4 X. Miss. 
Parr W. P. physician, 23}.< X. Del. r. 

474 X. Penn. 

PARROTT HORACE, (Parrott 
Smithers,) 349 X. Del. 

PARROTT & SMITHERS, (Horace 
Parrott and James W. Smithers.) 
bakers and confectioners) 17 X. 
Penn. 

Parrv Roger, blacksmith, T. H. & R. 
R. R. r. 12 Henry 

Parsley Asbury, supervisor dist. Xo. 7 
r. 545 X. Miss. 

Parson John, student, X. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Parsons Albert R. elk. H. L. Benham 
& Co. r. 160 X. West 

Parsons Charles A. cashier, Mer. Union 
Ex. Co. bds. Pattison House 

Parsons John H. student, Gregory's 
Xational Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash/ 

Parsons John J. book binder. Shurt- 
leff & Macauley, r. 160 X. West 

Parsons Oliver M. mess. Am. Ex. Co. 
bds. Spencer House 



Parti ow Anderson, cooper, bds. 297 W- 

Wash. 
Parvin Theophilus, physician and sur- 
geon. 135 X. Ala. r. 143 X. Ala. 
Pascoe James E. boiler mkr. r. 450 E„ 

Ga. 
Pasquier John B. carpenter, r. 402 E. 

Mich. 
Paterson Robert, carpenter, r. 7S E. 

Lockerbie 
Pattin Catharine Mrs. dress mkr. 467 S. 

111. r. same 
Pattin Charles, r. 467 S. 111. 
Patten Abram J. engineer, I. & C. R- 

R. bds. 78 Benton 
Patterson Alexander M. painter, r. 89= 

W. Walnut 
PATTERSOX CLEMEXS dress mkr. 

Mass. av. nr. c. E. X. Y. r. same 
Patterson Elizabeth, wid. Jehu, r. 228 

^Y. Md. 
Patterson Frank, elk. Thomas Hunter^ 

bds. 113 X. Penn. 
Patterson Harriet, tailoress, 169 W. 

Wash. r. same. 
Patterson Isaac, r. X. Meridian, bet. 

6th and 7th 
Patterson John, carpenter, r. 362 S. 

111. 
Patterson John, carpenter, r. Mass. av. 

nr. cor. E. X. Y. 
PATTERSOX JOHX P. Alford, Tal- 

bott & Co. r. 163 X. X. J. 
Patterson J. W. student, Gregory's 

Xational Business College of 

Trade, 24^ ^- Wash. 
Patterson Kate, wid. James, r. 140 

Mass. av. 
Patterson M. A. Mrs. dress maker, r. 89" 

W. Walnnt 
Patterson Robert E. farmer, bds. sw. 

City Hospital 
^ j Patterson Robert M. drover, r. 264 X. 

111. 
Patterson Samuel, farmer, r. sw. City 

Hospital 
Patterson Samuel W. r. 323 W. Wash. 
PATTERSOX WILLIAM, attorney 

at law, 23 E. Wash. r. 280 E. Ohio, 

nr. East 
Patterson William, elk. S. Kahn &Bro. 

bds. Miss. 
PATTERSOX WILLIAM A. State 

agt. Great Western Horse In- 
surance Companv, bds. 52X. Penn. 
Patterson William H. dry goods, r. 520 

X. Miss. 
Patterson William O. conductor, Street 

R. AY. r. 140 Mass. av. 
Pattison Augustus E. salesman, Hib- 

ben, Tarkington & Co. r. X. X. J. 

bet. St. Clair and St. Joseph 
PATTISOX COLEMAXB. (Hibben y 

Tarkington & Co.) r. 404 X. 111. 



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BUTTERFIELB & Co., Agents. 

PATTISON E. W. & CO. packers, W. 
Wash. cor. 111. 

Pattison House, Mrs. C. Hamilton and 
M Hazzard, proprietors, 63 N. Ala. 

Pattison Joseph D. (Joseph D. Patti- 
son & Co.) r. 404 N. 111. 

PATTISON JOS. D. & CO. (William 
R. Nofsinger, Thomas D. Kingan 
and Joseph D. Pattison,) pork 
packers, West bet. Md. and Ga. 

Pattison Leroy, student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Pattison Mary, wid. Robert, r. 104 
Mass. av. 

Pattison T. T. N. stock dealer, r. 416 3S". 
Penn. 

Pattison William T. hostler, Street R. 
W. stables, bds. California House 

Pattison W. Terrell, entry elk. Hib- 
ben, Tarkington & Co. r. 416 N. 
Penn. 

Patton Charles, bds. 297 W. Wash. 

Patzer Frederick, upholsterer, Wilkens 
& Hall, bds. 111. 

Pauers William, waiter, Frank A. 
Reitz, bds. 44 W. Wash. 

Paul Charles, wiper, B. R. R. round 
house, r. Winston 

Paul Henry, policeman, r. 17 E. Mc- 
Carty 

Pauli Ann M. wid. John, seamstress, 
r. 191 N. Noble 

Pauli Henry, carpenter, Adam Helm, 
r. 181 N. Davidson 

Pauling George W. tinner, bds. 441 N. 
111. 

Paulman T. lithographer, bds. Califor- 
nia House 

Paulsel Z. W. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Paupenhaus Henry, bag'ge elk. Union 
Depot, bds. California House 

Payne Peter, 

Payne Thomas, (col'd) lab. Aldrich & 
Gav, r. W. Market, bet. N. West 
and N. Cal. 

Paynter John, r. 577 N. Tenn. 

Paynter Joseph R. painter, r. 43 Har- 
rison 

Pay ton Moses, (col'd) r. 225 N. Tenn. 

Paxton Elizabeth, Mrs. wid. James, r. 
Circle, bet. Meridian and 111. 

PEABODY JOHN, (Peabody & Rit- 
tenhouse) r. 234 N. East 

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PEABODY & RITTENHOUSE, 
(John Peabody and George L. 
Rittenhouse) manuf. soda water, 
27 W. Pearl 

Peacock James, book keeper, Lyman 
Q. Sherwood, r. 522 N. Meridian 

Peacock William H. engineer, r. 26 
Chatham 

Peak David, carpenter, r. 302 W. Md. 

Peak Henry F. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Peak Moses, (col'd) lab. r. W. Ga. W. 
cor. Mo. 

Pearce Margaret, vegetable cook, 
Bate's House 

Pearce Samuel J. printer, Herald Office, 
16^ E. Wash. 

Pearsall Peter R. music teacher, r. 215 
W. Ohio 

Pearson Charles, (col'd) barber shop, 
325 E. Wash. r. same 

Pearson Charles D. jr., elk. Faught, 
Taylor & Co. r. 163 N. Tenn. 

PEARSON CHAS. D. physician, 86 E. 
Market, r. 103 N. Tenn. 

Pearson James W. student, C.D.Pear- 
son, r. 163 N. Tenn. 

Pearson John, (J. Pearson & Co.) r. 135 
E. St. Joseph 

Pearson Jonas, machinist, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co. r. 225 W. N. Y. 

Pearson Joseph, lab. Arsenal, r. Vt. c. 
Blackford 

PEARSON J. & CO. (John Pearson, 
and John G. Hanning.) saloon, 
House of Lords, 78 W. Wash. 

Pearson Levi W. bricklayer, r. 268 N. 
Ala. 

Peaslee Washington A. [Treadwell & 
Peasley] r. 16>^ E. Wash. 

Peaterman Fred. r. es. E. Wash, be- 
yond toll gate 

PECK EDWIN J. Pres. Ind. Gas light 
and Coke Co. r. W. Md. bet. Tenn. 
and 111. 

Peck T. S. r. 488 N. Tenn. 

Peck Thomas H. S. foreman, D. Root 
& Co's machine shop 

Peck William, butcher, r. 86 Ash 

Peckham Caleb H. carpenter, r. 419 W. 
N. Y. 

Peden Catherine, wid. Abner W. r. 198 
N. East 

Peden Joseph S. elk. Gottlieb Wacht- 
setter, r. 198 N. East. 

Peden J. S. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co's Commercial and Busi- 
ness College, Blackford's Block 

Pedicord L. wid, Samuel M. r. 357 E. 
Market 

Pedlow James C blacksmith. 160 S. 
Noble 

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Pedlow Robert J. moulder, D. Root & 
Co. r. 20 Co burn 

Fedrick Alice Mrs. wid. Isaac, dress 
maker, 24 S. N. J. r. same 

PEE, CONDUITT & CO., (George W. 
Pee, Alexander B. Conduitt, Sam- 
uel Alward, John Landers, and 
Joseph P. Shipp)dry goods and no- 
tions, whol. 4 Alvord's Block, S. 
Meridian 

Pee Emmet, entrv elk. Pee, Conduitt 
& Co. r. 91 E. Mich. 

PEE GEORGE W. [Pee, Conduitt & 

Co.] r. 91 E. Wash. 
Peebles Nancy, Mrs. wid. John, r. 295 

ST. Ala. 
Peero Alexander, bricklayer, bds. 297 

W. Wash. 
Pegan James, carpenter, 74 N. Penn. 
Peifer Rosa, wid. John, r.300 E. Wal- 
nut 
Peine Frederick, poster, Ray, Mayhew 

& Co. r. Ala. c. St. Mary 
Peine Henry, tanner, r. 548 N. Ala. 
Peirce (see Pierce) 
Peiter Leon, stone cutter, F. Farmer, 

r. 55 Hosbrook 
Pellegrini Augustus P. foreman, J. jST. 

Grover, r. 258 S. Mo. 
Pellett W. A. conductor, I. P. & C. R. 

R. r- Cady, bet. Bates and Georgia 
Peltier Eugene, marble cutter, J. H. 

Seybold, r. 54 Hosbrook 
Pence Ahiga, carpenter, r. 318* Madison 

av. 
Pence William E. shipping clerk, W. 

I. Haskit & Co. bds.'Spesacer House 
Pender William, lab. arsenal, 273 E. 

North 
Pendergast John G. (Wells & Pender- 
gast,) r. 413 N. Tenn. 
Pendergast William, lab. r. 273 E.North 
Pendery Newton S. physician, 24>.< E. 

Wash. 
Pendery Wilson G. physician, 24% E. 

Wash. r. same 
Penley Rufus, brakeman, C. & I.C.R. 

R. bds. 58 Benton 
Penn George W. sec. Eagle Machine 

Works, bds. Spencer House 
Penn ell Sharpless, book keeper, Case, 

Marsh & Wiggins, 86 W. Wash. 
Pennell Wright,operator, W.Runnion, 

bds. Governor's old mansion 
Pentecost E. Mrs. proprietress Com- 
mercial Hotel, 111. cor. Ga. 
Pentecost Hugh O. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
PENTECOST MAHLEN B. (Cox, 

Pentecost & Campbell,) r. 274 N. 

Ala. 
Pentecost S. F. salesman. Cox, Pente- 
cost & Campbell, bds. 274 N. Ala. 

Shurtleff & Macauley, Ho. 



Pepper Edward, machinist, Sinker & 

Co. r. 155 High 
Percell T. W. bds. Oriental House 
Perdick Henry, carpenter, bds. 213 Va. 

av. 
Perdue Rebecca, wid. Milton, r. 163 

Fort Wayne av. 
Perine Finley C. elk. P. R. Perine & 

Son, bds. Pattison House 
Perine Peter R. (P. R. Perine & Son,) 

r. 293 N. Ala. 
PERINE P. R. & SON, (Peter R. and 

Theodore F. Perine,) coal and lime 

dealers, 95 Va. av. 
Perine Theodore F. (P. R. Perine & 

Son,) bds. 293 N. Ala. 
Perkins Charles, currier, J. K. Sharpe 
Perkins Elsbery H. printer, Herald 

Office, r. E. Dougherty 
Perkins James A. boiler mkr. Sinker 

& Co. r. 46 Elm 
Perkins J. H. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Perkins John H. elk. H. Rothchild, 

bds. Commercial Hotel 
PERKINS SAMUEL E. attorney at 

law,r. 276 W.N. Y. 
Perkinson Patrick, Machinist, Sinker 

& Co. r. 21 Maple. 
Pennon Cass, hostler, Sullivan &Drew, 

bds. S. Meridian nr. Union Depot. 
Pernell E. W. bds. Oriental House. 
Perott Samuel, weaver, r. 32 S. West. 
PERRIN GEORGE K. [Perrin & Stan- 
ton] r. 293 N. N. J. 

PERRIN & STANTON, [George K, 
Perrin and Ambrose P. Stanton] 
lawyers and Notary Publics, 45 
Wash. 

Perrine Findley C. bds. Pattison 
House. 

Perrine & Allen, [Sue. E. Perrine and 
Nana Allen] dress and cloak mkrs. 
36^ E. Wash. 

Perrine Sue. E. [Perrine & Allen.] 

PERRINE T. B. engraver, r. 162 N. 

Miss. 
Pernott Richard, [SchafTer & Perott] 

bds. 2d cor. Tenn. 
Perry James, stone cutter, bds. 23 

Ky. av. 
Perry James II. carpenter, r. 427 N. 

Miss. 
Perry John C. salesman, E. B. Alvord 

&Co. r. 321 N.N.J. 
Perry Mathew, moulder, Sinker & Co. 

r.405S. Del. 
Pertsell Peter M. tinner, Munson & 

Johnson, r. 205 E. Meek. 
Peru & Indianapolis R. R. Co. round 

house, S. Liberty bet. Wash, and 

Ga. 
Peters P. R. bds.Macy House. 

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Peterson A. lab. Indianapolis Rollins: 

Mill Co. 
Peterson Christian, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Peterson Erasmus, shoeinkr, bds. 259 

S. Del, 
Peterson John, packer, J. McCreery, r. 

163 N. Spring. 
Peterson Peter C. lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co. 
Petit Joseph Rev. pastor St. Peter's 

church, [catholic] r. at church. 
Pettie Thomas, lab.r. E. Wash, outside 

city limits. 
Pettier Leon, stone cutter, r, 

brook 
Pettil Willis II. bookkeeper 

National Bank, bds. 109 
Pettit W. II. student. Gregory's Na- 
tional Business Collegeof 



55 Hos- 

Cifcizens' 

S. N. J. 



Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Petre John, saloon and boarding house, 

272 E. Wash, r. same. 
Petry John, [cord] lab.r. 27 Hosbrook. 
Petry Ransom, [col'dj lab. r. 27 Hos- 
brook 
Petterer Joseph, lab. r. 315 Mass. av. 
Petterson L. shoe maker, Ludwig 

Reinharcl, r. Meridian 
Petty James, teamster, bds. 11G S. East 
Petty John, driver, r. 283 E. George 
Peyton Elisha B. carpenter, r. Wabash 

alley bet. Noble and Liberty 
Peyton 'William, [col'd] r. 239 Ig. West 
Pfaarrer John, baker, r. 314 X. N . J. 
Pfalf Jacob L. salesman. Burton & Da- 
vis, bds. Pyle House 
Pfafi' Michael, teamster, r. 28 John 
Pfaff William A. salesman, Burton &> 

Davis, r. cor. N. Y. and West 
Pfafflin Theodore , grocer, r. 25 

North 
Pfend Michael, brewer, bds. 236 E, 
Pfetcer John, lab. r. 53 Coburn 
Pfleger George, lab. r. 18 Vinton 
Pfleger Jacob, tailor, 121 Davidson, r. 

same 
Pfleger Leonard, engineer, Francis 

Bergman, r. S. end West 
Pfleger Raymond, arsenal, r. E. Ga. E. 

of Cady 
Pflueger Henry, vnrnisher, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. 



W. 
La. 



Pfouts Frank, student, Gregory's 
National Business College op 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Pfoutz William, elk. A. Wallace's, bds, 
187 Va. av. 

Phelan Catharine, wid. Patrick, r. 3G1 
Va. av. 

Phelan James, paver, r. 11 Dacotah 

Phelan Patrick, lab. r. Stevens, nr. Va. 
av. 

Phelan William, boiler maker, Sinker 
& Co. r. 3G1 Va. av. 

Phelps A. driver, Citizens Street R. W. 

Phelps Allen E. r. 213 N. Miss.. 

Phelps Sewel, cook. r. 210 S. Mo. 

Phelps Simon, engineer, r. E.La. nr. c. 
S.Noble 

Philcgrence Philegreni. J. N. Glover, 
r. 258 S. Mo. 

Phillips Charles, bds. 85 W. Md. 

Phillips George W. soldier, U. S. A. r. 
111. sw. c. Ga. 

Phillips James F. teamster, bds. 1G 1st. 

Phillips J. II. delivery elk. I. & C. R. R.. 
bds. Lambert House 

Phillips Messena, dress rakr. 7 Mass.. 
av. 

Phillips Milton, student-, N. W. C. 
University 

Phillips Samuel H. photograph rooms, 
3G>o E. Wash. r. same 

Phillips Thomas H. r. 121 N. Miss. 

Phillips Win. machinist, B. F. Hatigh 
& Co. r. 7 Mass. av. 

Phipps Charles R. elk. U. S. Pension 
Office, r. E. Wash, outside city 
limits 

PHIPPS EDWIN R. (Craft & Phipps) 
r. ns. National rd. East 

Phipps Henry, teamster, r. 39 N. 111. 

Phipps J. N. r. E. Wash, outside city 

PHIPPS JOHN M. physician and sur- 
geon, 28^ N. Del. r. 233 N. N©ble 

PHIPPS LEONIDAS M. U. S. asst... 
assessor, r. 187 N. Ala. 

Phipps Samuel, bds. 39 N. 111. 

Phipps Wm. C. township assessor, 24*^ 
E. Wash. r. 3 miles ne. of city 

PEKENIX BRASS FOUNDRY, Stef- 
fens & Schneider, proprietors, 2fr 
Union, railroad track 

Pickens Warren, student Bryant,. 
Stratton & Go's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Pickerill Frank M. pump mkr. r. 395 
Mass. av. 

Pickerill George W. physician, 30^ N. 
Penn. r. 104 Plum 

PICKERILL SAMUEL J. pump dea- 
ler, r. 104 Plum 

Piekriell William, tinner, bds. 338 N. 
Noble 

Picket William R. farmer, r. 67 Harri- 
son 

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Pickett Frank Capt. local editor, In- 

dianapalis Herald, 10,% E. Wash. 
Pickett Henry, (col'd) hostler, J. L. 

Bond, bds. Holliday House 
Piel Charles, cooper, r. 51 Orient 
Piel William F. r. ss. Nat. rd. E. city 

limits 
Piele Herman F. H. bar keeper, Louis 

Lang, r.130 E. McCarty 
Pierce , (col'd,) physician, r. 179 

Douglas al. 
Pierce Albert, fireman, I. & C. E. It. 

bds. 33 1ST. Noble 
Pierce Charles, carpenter, bds. 101 2SN 

Miss. 
Pierce Harrison, (col'd,) lab. r. c. Ash 

and Cherry 
Pierce James, teamster, r. 177 N". Lib- 
erty 
Pierce Maurice, lab. r. 329 S. Penn. 
Pierce Richard, (col'd,) lab. r.cor. Ash 

and Cherry 
Pierce Winslo'w S. physician, r. 154 ~N. 

West 

Pierson , cutter, bds. Macy House 

Pierson Emily, seamstress, r. 190 W. 

Wash. 
Pierson James, carpenter, r. 432 E. St. 

Clair 
Pierson John C. brick mason, r. 180 

Fort Wayne av. 
Pierson John G. saloon, bds. 135 St. 

Joseph 
Pierson John P. carpenter, r. 361 N". 

Ala. 
Pierson Levi W. r. 268 1ST. Ala. 
Pierson Stephen D. salesman, r. 123 ST. 

K. J. 
Pigg Francis W. painter, r. 35 Harris 

nr. City Hospital 
Pigg James M. carpenter, r. 101 Forest 

av. 
Pigg John, pump mkr. bds. 2 E. La. 
Pigg Sarah, wid. David, r. 232 E. La. 
Pilbeam Amelia, wid. Benjamin, r. 367 

S. Mo. 
Pilger Joseph, carpenter, r. 332 E. N.Y. 
Pinney I. J. conductor, C. & I. H. 11. 
Pinnev William 11. H. bds. 176 S. K. J. 
Piper Edwin F. saw mkr. bds. 121 W. 

N:y. 

Piper William, student, Brxant, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackfords 

Block. 
Piscator A. (A. & C. Piscator,) 12 S. 

Del. 
Piscator C. [A. & C. Piscator] 12 S. 

Del. 
Piscator A. & C. [A. & C. Piscator] 

mnfr. surgical instruments, 12 S. 

Del. 
Pitkin Edward P. lawyer, r. 620 !N". 

111. 



Pitkin Eh_ . ,«flib 

IS". 111. 

Pittman Greenup S. carpenter, r/28" 
East. 

Pittman William, painter, bds. Macy 
House. 

Pitton M. C. bds. Snelson House. 

Pitton 1ST. J. bds. Snelson House. 

Pitts George W. ice. dealer, r. 110 Ind. 
av. 

Pitts Harvey, brakeman, I. M. & J. 
R. II. r. 71 E. McCarty 

Planck Merrimus O. cigar and tobac- 
co dealer, 321 Va.av. r. same 

Plank Charles, bds. 5 Elm 

Plank E. lithographer, bds. California 
House 

Plank Isaac, pump mkr, r. 233 Huron. 

Plank Rudolph, painter, r. 5 Elm 

Plant George T. brakeman, T. H. 11. 
K. r. 261 E. Wash. 

Plant John W. chair mkr, Spiegel, 
Thorns & C®. r. 261 E. Wash. 

Plant Susan, wid. George, r. 281 E. 
Wash. 

Plaskett Amanda F. teacher Ind. Fe- 
male College, bds. N. Meridian, 
cor. W.N. Y.' 

Piatt Lewis M. student, Bryant 
Stratton & Go's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 

Platz Valentine, U. S. Arsenal, r. E. 
Wash. nr. city limits 

Pleibel Joseph, cabinet mkr, r. Camp 
Eaton. 

Plimpson Charles, brakesman, C. & I. 
C. It. E. bds. 53 Benton 

Plogsterth Victor J. grocer, 207 N"". 
Davidson, r. same. 

Plumb H.H. salesman, J. II. Baldwin 
& Co. r. 79 N.N.J. 

Plumb William II. baker, r. 77 Oak 

Plummer Edward, bds. 216 E. Market 
Plummer Eleanor, wid. Hiram, r. 216 

E. Market 
Plummer Hiram, grocer, r. 216 E. Mar- 
ket 
Plummer William, blacksmith, r. 216 

E. Market 
Plummer William M. brakeman, r. 129 

1ST. Peru. 
Plummet William H. H. plow mkr, r. 

216 E. Market 
Poe John M. [Todd & Poe.] r. 503 N. 

Miss. 
Pofiinberger Alvin F. printer, Journal 

Office 1 ; r. 

Pogenmeier John, teamster, Bunte & 

Dickson, r. 118 Winston 



Pohlar Henry, lab. bds. 369 S. 111. 

Pohler Christian, drayman, r. 3S5 Va. 
! ay. 

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Poliler Fredrick student, Bryant 
Stratton & Go's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block, 

Pohler Lewis, r. 58 Ilosbrook 

Pohler William, lab. r. 389 Ya. av. 

Pohlmann Mary, wid. Theodore, r. 
232 S. Mo. 

Pohlmann Theodore, engraver, J. II. 
Stallo & Co. 

Polhemus W. S. conductor, T. II. 11. 
R. 

Police Office, room No. 1 Glenn's blk. 

Pollock James, teamster, bds. c. North 
and Patterson. 

Polster Fred, saloon, 192 ST. Miss. r. 
same. 

Pontions George V. student, Bryant 
Stratton & Co's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 

Poole A. Judson, engineer, I. & C. R. 
R. r. 73 Davidson. 

Poole John E. bookkeeper, Daily, 
Senour & Co. r. 25G S. Meridian. 

Poor Adelaide, teacher, r. 136 E. North. 

Pope Abner, r. 74 W. North. 

Pope A. G. elk. W. S. Holliday & Co. 
r. 301E.Ga. 

Pope Christian, brick moulder, r. 63 
Harrison 

Pope Henry F. Jr. carpenter, r. 199 N. 
West 

Pope Henry F. Sr. r. 199 N. West. 

Pope James P. (James P. Pope & Co.) 
bds. 272 W. Md. 

Pope James P. & Co. (James P. Pope 
and John C. Wilcox,) saloon, 208 
W. Wash. 

Pope Michael, shoe mkr. r. 311 S. Mo. 

Pope Wm. (Geo.Hotz & Co.) bds. Cali- 
fornia House 

Pope Wm. A. lab. r. Huron nr. city 
limits 

Pope Wm. C. r. 3d c. N. Tenn. 

Popenhaus Henry, porter, Union De- 
pot 

Popp Elizabeth, wid. John, r. 140 
Union 

PORTER ALBERT G. (Porter, Har- 
rison and Fishback) r. 257 N. Del. 

Porter Amanda Mrs. wid. John, r. 365 
S West 

Porter George T. student, N. W. C. 



PORTER, HARRISON & FISIX- 
BACK, (Albert G. Porter, Benja- 
min Harrison and Wm. P. Fish- 
back) Lawyers, Wash. ne. c. Me- 
ridian 
Porter O. T. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Porter Omer T. grocer, 312 N. Merid- 
ian, bds. ws. 111. bet. N. Y. and Vt.. 
Porter Sarah, knitter, Dow & Allen r. 

395 S. West 
Porter Theodore R. cutter, A. J. Treat 

&Co. r. 198 E. Wash. ' 
Porter William H. elk. J. R. R. r. 146 

E. McCarty 
Porter Wm. M. (col'd) barber shop, 63 

S. 111. r. same 
Posey William (col'd) barber, Edward 

Brewer, bds. 160 N. Douglas 
Poss Mary Jane, wid. Radford, r. 228 

W. Ga. 
Postdorfer George, elk. Brandt & 
Reasner, r. Mich. rd. E. city limits 
Poston Charles W. (Van Camp, Jack- 
son & Co.) r. E. out of corpora- 
tion 
Pothast Chris, brick mkr. r. E. Nat'l 

rd. 
Pott Charles, r. Orient, E. city limits 
POTTAGE BENJAMIN, hardware 
and cutlery, 77>< W. Wash. r. 127 
W. Market 
Pottage Charles E. elk. r. 9 Ellsworth 
Pottage Thomas W. r. 127 W. Market 
Pottage Wm. H. moulder, Chandler & 

Taylor, bds 302 W. Md. 
Potter Daniel E. teacher, Purdy's com. 

' college, bds. 35 E. Market 
Potter Geo. agt. for LaDow, Winder & 

Wise, bds. Neiman House 
Potter George H. lab. Osgood, Smith 

& Co's hub factory, 230 S. 111. 

Potter George W. (col'd) photographs, 

Ind. av. bet. North and Mich. bds. 

North bet. Blackford and Ind. av. 

Potter James, wid. (col'd) r. West, bet„ 

North and Mich. 
Potter John L. carpenter, r. 77 Jones 
Potter Nathaniel C. teacher, Purdy's 

Commercial College, r. 35 Circle 
Potter Richmond, (col'd) lab. r.318 W. 

North 
Potts Mary A. wid. Alfred, r. 78 W. 

North 
Pouder Milton, stock agt. I. C. R. R. r. 

144 N. East 
Pouli Henry, carpenter, Adam Helm,- 
r. 181 Davidson 
Powar John, lab. Chandler & Tay- 
lor, r. 234 S. Tenn. 
Powell David, Dept'y Marshal, May- 
or's Offiee, r. 434 N. N. J. 
Powell George W. bookkeeper, Mick 
& Co. r. 434 N. N. J. 



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Powell George W. student, Gregory's 

National Business College op 

Trade, 24% E. Wash. 
Powell Henry, carpenter, r. 181 N. Da- 
vidson 
Powell Jackson, (col'd) r. 75 W. Vt. 
Powell James (col'd) lab. r. Camp Car- 

rington, bet. 5th and 6th 
Powell John, lab. bcls. 114 W. Georgia 
Powell John, messenger, L. H. Tyler 

& Co. bds. 434 1ST. 1ST. J. 
Powell Martin M. salesman, M. Dern- 

ham & Co. r. 187 E. Market 
Power Jacob B. r. 71 N. East 
Powers Caroline, wid. Frederick, r. 31S 

N. Winston 
Powers Elizabeth, tailoress, r. 318 IS". 

Winston 
Powers Jas. K. student, Gregory's 

National Business College 

of Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Powers John, lab. Taylor & Chandler's 

foundry, r. 3G4S. Tenn. 
Powers Margaret, wid. Patrick, r. 55 

Fayette 
Powers Martin, steward, Sherman 

House, bds. same 
Powers Patrick, lab. r. 271 S. Penn. 
Powers Stephen, lab. r. 65 Maple 
Powers Thomas, lab. al. bet. S. Liberty 

and E. George 
Powers Thomas, hostler, William 

Hinesley, bds. Beard House 
Powers Thomas, Rolling Mill 
Powers Thomas, lab. Sinker & Co. 
Powers William, B. C. Shaw, bds. 100 

S. Penn. 
Prail Fredrick J. (Prail& Trick,) brick 

mason, r. 214 1ST. Winston 
Prall Milton, porter, Concordia House 
Prance Frederick, (Spielhoff& Prance,) 

„ bds. 23 McCarty 
Prange Antony. (Charles Prange & 

Bro.) bds. Mich. rd. 
Prange Charles & Bro. grocers, 308 E. 

Wash. r. Mich. rd. 
Prange Frederick, carpenter, bds. Mc- 
Carty nr. Bluff rd. 
Prange Fredrick, expressman, r. 193 

N. Davidson 

PRASSE HENRY, grocer, and boots 
and shoes, 446 Va. av. r. same 

Prater Benjamin, lab. r. 723 N, 111. 

Prather Austin B. (Horn, Anderson & 
Co.) bds. 88 S. Miss. 

Prather Isaac C. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Go's. Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Prather N. B, student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Prather Oscar, painter, bds. 92 Broad- 
way 

No. 13 West 



Pratt Oliver C. machinest, bds. 2G4 S. 

Penn. 
Pratt Seth B. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Pray Stephen, cooper, r. 7 Dacotah 
Pray William, (Gates, Pray & Co.) r. 

328 N. Ala. 
Prekqua Henry, stone mason, r. ss. 

National rd. E. city limits 
Presbyterian Church, (German,) S. N. ' 

J. nr. Little's Hotel 
Presley John, saw mill, r. 119 S. East 
Presnal William, carpenter, r. 138 S. 

East 
Presnel William J. carpenter, r. 53 

Hosbrook 
Pressel Albert, teamster, bds. 169 N. 

East 
Pressel Charlotte, wid. Philip, r. 110 

Plum 
Pressel George W. bricklayer, bds. 102 

Oak 
Pressel John II. carpenter, r. 110 Plum 

Pressel Nancy, wid. Augustus, r. 102 

Oak 
Pressel William H. carpenter, r. 239 E. 

La. 
Preston Edward J. plasterer, r. N. 

Penn. nr. 1st 
Preston S. V. student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, U% E. Wash. 
Pre wit H. P. student at Bryant, 

Stratton & Go's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block ■ 
Price Henry S. gen. agt. Sinnissippi 

Fire Ins. Co. bds. Palmer House 
Price Joseph, (col'd) farmer, r, 68 

Plum 
Price Letitia, wid. William, r. 344 N. 

Blake 
Price Louis, '[King & Price] bds. 172 

W. Wash. 
Price William B. r. 379 N. West 
Prichard Ina, r. Union, bet. Merrill and 

McCarty 
Priclmitz William, carpenter, r. 327 E. 

George 
Priegnitz William, carpenter, C. & I. 

C. R. R, r, 227 Georgia 
Priest David F. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Princel Henry, lab. r. 181 Madison av. 
Pr indie Rome, r. 169 S. Tenn. 
Prinsler August, lab. r. 226 W. Md. 
Prinz John D. porter, Alford. Talbot 

& Co. r. 83 N. Noble 
Prior Louis [col'd] lab. Cahall's tobacco 

factory, r. cor. Ga. and Noble 
Pritch Lewis, bds. Snelson House 
Pritchard John, switchman, T. H. R. 

R. bds. 272 W. Md. 

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Bates 
Proctor David R. cigar maker, r. 163 N. 

Noble 
Proctor James B. student, N.W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Proctor John F. student, N", W. C. 

University 
Pross George, bricklayer, bds. 297 

Wash. 
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McCarty 
Prosser John, dyeing and renovating, 

SON. 111. r. same. 
Prout Mary E. wid. Edward, r. 155 

High 
Protztnan Belle, elk. Mrs. A. Baker, r. 

46 S. 111. 
PROVIDENT LIFE INS. CO. OF 

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Pryor E. G. elk. bds. Spencer House, 
Ptwell Francis, butcher, r. 182 Va. av. 
Pugli A. T. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 

Trade, 2-1^ E. Wash. 
Piagh Eliza, r. 290 N. Winston 
Pugh William, painter, B. R. P. Co. car 

works 
Pullin Harvey J. butcher, Holeman & 

Bland, r. 65 N. James 
Pultz Catharine J. r. Drake W. of Mich. 

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Puree John H. student, Bryant, 

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Beam & Thompson, r. 203 E. Meek 
Purcell George W. salesman, J. W. 

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mer & Co. bds. P. R. R. bet. Ohio 

and N. Y. 
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Purnell E. M. salesman, Ad 

bds. Hamilton House 
Purnell John A. cabinet mkr. Long & 

Birch, r. 388 E. N. Y. 



Pursel Jonathan II. shoe mkr. James 
Davis, r. 103 Meek 

PURSELL ABNER E. dentist, 5 
Wiley's Block, r. 147 N. Meridian 

Pursell Charles, carpenter, r. 203 Meek 

Pursell Peter, tinner, r. 205 Meek 

Pursell Theodore W. salesman, Tousey, 
By ram & Co. bds. Oriental House 

Pusey Frank, painter, r. Benton nr. 
C. & I. R. R. 

Putnam Benjamin, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. 

Putnam Sarah L. Mrs. r. 270 N. Noble 

Putnam William, painter, bds. 207 E. 
Wash. 

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nia 

Pyland Anderson, carpenter, bds. 70 
Ft. Wayne av. 

PYLE JOHN, Pyle House, 95 N. Me- 
ridian, r. same 

Pyle John E. elk. P. O. bds. 208 W. 
Ohio 

PYLE WILLIAM L. (Lindley, Carter 
& Co.) r. 74 W. North 

Fyna John W. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

UAKER Church, Del. corner, St. 

Clair 

Quarmby Joseph, (F. S. James & Co.) 
r. Noble, bet. North and Walnut 

Queisser Julius, express wagon, r. 330 
Va. av. 

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chine Works 

Quick Samuel T. student, N. W. C. 
University 

Quigley Bridget, wid. Patrick, r. 52 
Eddy 

Quigley James F. carpenter, r. 75 W. 
1st 

Quinfby H. N. (Hinsdale &Quimby) r. 
42 S. 111. 

Quin Edward, shoe mkr. 75 W. South, 
r. same 

Quin Martin, lab. bds. 99 Benton 

Quin Mary, wid. Edward, r. 20 Dough- 
erty 

Quinius Herman, Rev. pastor, German 
Lutheran, r. 246 S. Ala. 

Quinlan James, lab. bds. 284 W. Wash. 

Quinlin Edward, night watchman, 
Spencer House 

Quinlin James, lab. bds. 328 W. Wash. 

Quinlin John, tailor, bds 6 S. Tenn. 

Quinn John, lab. bds. 245 W. Md. 

Quinn John, r. 303 S. Penn. 

Quinn Martin, lab. r. 95 S. West 

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Quiser Julius, expressman, r. 33G Va. 



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r. 171 Madison a v. 

Rabendish Charles, shoe mkr. r. 187 E. 
South 

Race Christ, grocer, 126 Maple 

Radd Mary, wid. Andrew, r. 195 N. 
Tenn. 

Raddock Eli, student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Radebaugh Joel, bds. 35 E. Market 

Rader M. H. student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Rader Theodore B. student, N. W. C. 
University 

Radey Michael, lab. American Ex- 
press, Union Depot 

Radford James, (col'd) waiter, Bates 
House 

Radford John E. teacher, Purdy's Col- 
lege, r. 35 W. Market 

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Raeferd Margaretha Mrs. wid. Fred- 
erick, r. 182 1ST. Davidson 

Rae&ner Herman, mechanic, Osgood, 
Smith & Co. 

RAFERT ANDREW F. carpenter and 
builder, E. Walnut, r. 476 N. Ala. 

Rafert Charles, check man, I. P. & C. 
R, R. 

Rafert Christopher F. carpenter and 
builder, 77 Pratt, r. 83 E. Pratt 

Rafert Ernst, drayman, r. 93 Union 

Rafert Henry, r. 117 E. St. Mary 

Rafert William, r. 268 S. Ala. 

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Rafferty Arthur, lab. r. 81 Maple 

Ragan Charles, lab. r. E. La. cor. Ala. 

Ragan John., lab. r. 227 S. Del. 

Ragan Michael, lab. r. 374 S. 111. 

Ragan Joseph, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
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Raharty Sylvester, lab. r. 288 S. Del. 

Rah er Fred, stone cutter, r. 268 S. Del. 

Rahling Charles, r. 218 E. Wash. 

Raible Charles, carpenter, r. 518 E. 
Wash. 

Raible John, (Kruger & Raible) r. 229 
8. Ala. bet. South and McCarty 

Raible Joseph, watchman, bds. 518 E. 
Wash. 

Raible Louis, cabinet maker, r. 132 
Spring 

Raidv Mary, washer, Bates House 

Raile John, lab. r. 363 S. Mo. 

Railsback Adeline C. wid. David, r. 
Blake bet. N. Y. and Vt. 

Rainear Elisha H. carpenter, r. 46 N. 
N.J. 

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E. Wash. 

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Ramalay Frank M. printer. Ben Frank- 
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X.Blake 
RAMSAY WALTER L. (Ramsay & 

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Ramsay William H.B. grocer, r.320N. 

111. 
RAMSAY &IIANNING, (Walter L. 

Ramsay and John G. Hanning,) 

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Ramsey Albert, bds. 260 N. 111. 
Ramsey Bart, (col'd) hostler, Jacob 

Land is, bds. 128 W. Md. 
Ramsey J.F. r. 260 N. 111. 
Ramsay J. W. student Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Ramsey John W. elk. general ticket 

office. I. P. & C. R. R. r. 260 N. 111. 
Ramsey Robert L. (William Sweinhart 

& Co.) r. 1ST. Penn. nr. St. Mary 
Ramsey W. H. elk. Horn, Anderson & 

Co. r. 320 N. 111. 
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r. 270 N. 111. 
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and Reginald H. Hall,) lawyers, 

24^ E. Wash. 
Randall Frank, machinist, r. 19 E. St. 

Joseph. 
Randall George, carpenter, r. 111. bet. 

6th and 7th. 
Randall Henry, carpenter, bds. ws. 111. 

bet. 6th and Tinker 
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Randolph Reuben, elk. r. W. Indian- 
apolis 
Randsdell Daniel II. elk. Co. Recorder's 

office, bds. 318 E. Wash. 
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N. N. Jersey. 
Rankin Henry, cigar mkr. 137 Fort 

Wayne av. r. same. 
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bds. 262 N. East 
Rankin Oscar, engineer, T. II. R. R. 

bds. 272 W. Wash. 
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Rapp Frederick, brewer, Henry Grue- 
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Rapp Frederick, laborer, bds 297 W. 
Wash. 

Rapp Frederick, plows, r. 240 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Rariden Mary C. teacher Indiana Fe- 
male College, bds. X. Meridian, 
cor. W. X Y. 

Rasaner Harmon, works peg and last 
factory, r. 231 X. Liberty. 

Raschig Charles M. cigars and tobacco, 
11 E. Wash. r. Tenn. sw. cor. Vt. 

Raschig Edward, real est. agt. r. 12G 
E. North. 

Rase Charles, cabinet maker, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. 

Rasener Ellen, Mrs. r. 240 S. Tenn. 

Rasener Frederick. [F. & W. Rasener,] 
r. ne. cor. East and Lockerbie. 

Rasener F. & W. [Frederick and Wil- 
liam Rasener.] grocery and dry 
goods, retail, ne. cor. East and 
Lockerbie. 

Rasener II Osgood. Smith & Co's. hub 
factory. 230 S. 111. 

Rasener William. [F. & W. Rasener,] 
r. 331 E. Ohio. 

Rasener William F. eheckman.B.R. R. 
r. 25 S. Union 

Rasof A. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>< E. Wash. 

Rassel Nicholas, grocer, Mich. rd. r. 
same 

Rassman Charles, saloon. E. Wash, 
outside city limits, r.same 



Raupp John, hairdresser, George Fer- 
lings, bds. 202 S.Del. 

Rausch John G. teacher, r. 338 W.North 

Rauschan William, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Company 

Rauser George, baker, r. 08 S. West 

Raushen Hernerick.lab. r. 303 S.Tenn. 

Ravel W. engineer, C. & I. C. R, R. 

Raw Benjamin, blacksmith, Case & 
Marsh, bds. 287 Ind. av. 

Raw John, teamster, r. 238 Bluff rd. 

Rawlings James M. teamster, r. 139 
Huron 

Ray Allison S. lab. r. — Buchanan 

Ray Charles A. Hon. r. 140 X. 111. 

Ray David, i\44 Forest av. 

Ray George W. eooper, r. 100 S. East. 

RAY, GORDON & MARCH, (Martin 
X. Ray, John W, Gordon, and Wal- 
ter March,) lawyers, 27 X. Penn. 

Ray Harriet J. wid. James X. r. 37 
" Fletcher av. 

Ray Henry C. student, X. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Ray House, S. Del. cor. South 

Ray Isaac, r. 44 Forest av. 

RAY JAMES M. (Ray, Mayhew & 
Co.) pres. Union Insurance Com- 
pany, r. 112 X. Meridian 

RAY JOHN W. lawyer, 24}< E. Wash, 
r. E. Wash, outside city limits 

Ray Julia Mrs. r. 218 X. Mo. 

RAY MARTIX X. (Ray, Gordon & 
March) r. Penn. se. c. Tinker 

RAY, MAYHEW & CO. James M. 
Ray, Parish L. Mayhew, John L. 
Harper and Xelson B. Freeman) 
boots and shoes, wholesale, 8 
Robert's Block opp. Union Depot 

Ray Xarcissa, r. 37 Fletcher av. 

Ray Omer T. r. 37 Fletcher av. 

Ray W. student, X. W. C. University 

Ray Winfield S. r. Pennsylvania, sw. 
c. Tinker 

Raymond Henry, book keeper, r. 307 
* S. Ala. 

Raymond Samuel, horse shoeing shop. 
00 E. Md. r. 122 X.Del. 



Ratti Frank A. foreman press room, I fiaynor-CliavlesA. elk. J. McCreery, r. 

Herald Office, r. 318 X. East : 32 o X. Dei. 

Ratti Joseph, foreman job room, Her- i Peachemaye/ Henrv. miller, r. 115 St. 

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Rattiman William, varnisher, Spiegel. 
Thorns & Co. 

Rauh Bernhart, (Eauh Brothers.) r. 
1G5 X. Tenn. 

RAUH BROTHERS, (Solomon, 
Bernhart, and Liebman Rauh.) 
clothing and furnishing goods, re- 
tail, 1 Palmer House 

Rauh Liebman, (Rauh Brothers,) r. 
Cincinnati. Ohio 

Rauh Solomon, (Rauh Brothers,) r. 
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Read George II. bds. 01 S. Xoble 
Read Martha Mrs. r. 134 X. East 
Read Samuel B. fireman. I. & C. R. R. 

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Read Geo. machinist, I. & C. R. R. 

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Read D. G. student, Gregory's Xa- 

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r. 276 N. Miss. 

Read James S. & Co. (James S. Read 
and Achilles J. Vawter) lawyers 
and claim agents; 25).< W. Wash. 

Read, (see also Reed and Reid) 

Reagan Daniel J. (Reagan & Blythe) 
i\ 152 E. St. Clair 

Reagan George W. cabinet mkr. r. 79 
N. Davidson 

Reagans Jeptha, elk. bcls. 162 W. 111. 

Reagan Lot, physician, 12 S. Miss. r. 
same 

Reagan & Blythe. (Daniel J. Reagan 
and William M. Blythe) grocers, 
407 N. Ala. 

Reager Joseph, carpenter, r. 132 Bluff 

Ream Laura r. 25 Va. a v. 

Reame Eugene F. clerk Provost Mar- 
shal. 173 W. Wash. 

Reams Hannah, servant, 21 Forest av. 

Reaney Patrick, engineer, bds. 290 E. 
La. 

Reardon Owen, lab. r. 232 Madison av. 

Reasner see also R^aesner 

Reasner Christ. [Brandt & Reasner,] r. 
Mich. rd. E. city limits. 

Reasner Frederick W. grocer, retail, r. 
Mich. rd. city limits 

Reasner William F. [Brandt v fe Reas- 
ner] r. 48 Mich. rd. 

ReaumeJohn A. salesman, R. R. Par- 
ker, bds. Bates House. 

Reaume William, elk. C. E. Merrifield, 
bcls. 35 S Tenn. 

Rebb Georsre. carpenter, r. 526 S. 111. 

Reber Gottfreid, mason, r. 268 S. Del. 

Rebstok Sarah A. wid. George, r. 321 
■ 1ST. K.J. 

Rech George, elk. Adam Bretz, bds. 
111. bet. Ga. and La. 

Rech Mathias, saloon keeper, Bluff" rd. 
r. same. 

Becham Julia, r. 62 S. Penn. 

Recker Gottfried, r. 269 E. Ohio 

Recker Gottfried, elk. II. Liebler & Co. 
r. 233 S. N. J 

Recker Hubbard, carpenter, r. 507 E. 
Market 

Records F. L. student, Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Redd Edward, [col'd] lab. r. 79 Ann. 

Reddick Noah W. [Kennedy & Red- 
dick] bds. Hamilton House. 

Redding Thomas C. carriage, bds. 
Oriental House. 

Redeman Louis, harness maker, r. 31 
W. St. Clair 

Reclerick Noah, grocer, bds. 122 N. 
111. 

Rediield David A. publisher, 16>.< E. 
Wash, r. 71 W. Mich. 



Redford John E. teacher Purdy's Col- 
lege, r. 35 W. Market 

Redmond Dennis, switchman at Union 
Depot, r. 179 W. South 

Redmond Harriet, wid. Andrew r. 120 
N. West 

Redmond, J. B. bricklayer, arsenal, 
bds. 179 N. Noble 

Redmond John, stove fitter, r. 243 W. 
Md. 

Redmond Margaret, wid. r. 243 W. Md. 

Redmond Samuel, grocer, 299 N. East, 
r. same 

Redmond Samuel, elk. William H. Bet- 
tes, bds. 15 E. Ohio 

Redmond Thomas, switchman, Union 
Depot 

REDMOND THOMAS, (Ryan & Red- 
mond, and Redmond & Dawson,) 
r. 207 S. 111. 

REDMOND & DAWSON, (Thomas 
Redmond and Timothy Dawson,) 
liquor dealers, 132 and 134 S. 111. 

Reed, see also Read and Reid 

Reed Benjamin F. r. 131 St. Joseph 

Reed Charles B. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Reed D. G. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24)4 E. Wash. 

Reed Edward, r. 122 N. Tenn. 

Reed Erastus R. engraver, W. B. Bing- 
ham, r. 134 N. Penn. 

Reed George, lab. Martin B. Springer, 
r. S. Noble cor. Meek 

Reed George, lab. bds. 353 W. Wash. 

Reed George, track master, Street R. 
W. bds. 272 W. Md. 

Reed Harriet M. r. 21 Fletcher av. 

Reed James W. student, Brya n t, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial and 
Business - College, Blackford's 
Block 

Reed John, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Reed John F. salesman, M. Dernham 
& Co. bds. 134 N. East 

Reed Lcroy. student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 

Reed Michael, driver, James Renihan, 
r. 266 N. West 

Reed Phineas, R. R. man, r. 21 Fletch- 
er av. 

Reed Sarah, wid. Philo, r. 21 Fletcher 
av. 

Reed Sarah A. wid. confectionery and 
boarding house, 32 N. Penn: r. 
same 

Reed William L. student Bryant, 
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Reeder Ephram C. teamster, Mich. rd. 

beyond city limits 
Reel John, painter, r.Penn. nr. Sloan's 

factory 
Rees Esther, wid. Thomas, r. 390 N. 

Del. 
Rees Henry, physician, 23G N. East, r. 

same 
Rees Charles, bds. 188 N. Noble 

Reese Charles (H. Reese & Co.) r. 115 

W. Wash. 
Reese David, agfc. Gypsj r physician, 

bds. 74 N. Penn. 
Reese Henry (II. Reese & Co.) r. 113 

W. Wash. 

REESE HENRY &CO. (Henry Reese 

and Charles Reese) whol. groceries 

and liquors, 113 and 115 W. Wash. 
Reese William J. cooper, bds. 297 W. 

Wash. 
Reeves Carey C. delivery elk. Adam's 

Exp. Co. r. 510 E. Wash. 
Reeves Frank J. canvasser, David A. 

Red field, r. 510 E. Wash. 
Reeves James S. book publisher, r. 227 

Va. av. 
Reeves John R. carpenter, r. 331 S. 

Penn. 
Reeves J. R. Osgood, Smith & Co's hub 

factor v, 230 S. 111. 
Reeves Sarah, wid. William, r. 469 N. 

Meridian 
Regan Edward, boiler maker, Sinker 

' & Co. r. c. Franklin and Tenn. 
Regans Jep. cellarman, Frank Wright's 

brewery, r. 162 N. 111. 
Regenier Anthonv, tailor, r. 553 St. 

^ Clair 
Reger Charles W. cabinet maker, r. 79 

Davidson 
Reger William, Cabinet Makers' Union 

r. Davidson, nr. Market 
Reggcr Joseph, carpenter, 15. R. R. 

car works 
[iehling Charles, grocer, 188 S. 111. r. 

218 E. Wash. 
Rehling Charles, grocer, r. al. bet. NT. 

J. andaE. Wash, and Market 
Ilehiing William, boots and shoes re- 



Reible Charles, carpenter, r. 518 E. 
Wash. 

Reich Gideon, police, r. 102 Elm 

Reichwein Philip, barkeeper, Astor 
saloon, r. 101 N. Noble 

Reick Augustus, police, r. 224 Huron 

Reick Charles F. varnisher, VVilkens 
& Hall 

Reid Erasmus, r. Bethel rd. 

Reid E. P. Student Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 

Reid Julia, wid. William I. r. 239 E. La. 

Reid W. L. student Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)£ E. Wash. 

Reiffel Charles, butcher, r. 354 Va. av. 

Reiffel Jacob, butcher, r. 80 Huron 

Reiffer Margaret, seamstress, 440 W. 
Wash. , 

Reiling Nicholas, painter, bds. Con- 
cordia House 

Reily Thomas, lab. r. 234 Ga. 

Reinacher Jacob, lab. arsenal, r. 330 N. 
N.J. 

Reinburg Casper, A. Ballweg, bds. 129 
W. Wash. 

Reineker Conrad, bds. California 
House 

Reineicke Frederick, lab. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works 

Reiner Joseph, r. 347 S. Penn. 

Reinert Frederick, tanner, r. 131 4th. 

Reinert Gottlieb, butcher, r. 211 W. 
Mich. 

Reinfeltz Henry, lab. r. 272 Union 

Reinhard Ludwig. shoe store, 10 S. 
Deb r. 172 E. Market 

Reinhardt Peter Joseph, locksmith 
and bell hanger, 81 S. 111. r. same. 

Reinhart Frederick, blacksmith, r. 446 
W. North. 

Reinhart Louis, shoemaker, r. 172 E. 
Market. 

Reinhart Valentine, cabinetmaker, r. 
277 Blu ffrd. 

Reinheimer Nathan, clothier, r. 250 S. 
Meridian 

Reiningham Emil, printer, Ben. Frank- 
lin Printing House, bds. Wash. cor. 
East. 

Reinken Albert, groceries and pro- 
vision, Tinker cor. 111. r. 111. bet. 
5th and 6th. 

Reinken Albert, plasterer, r. 422 N. N. 
J. 

Reinken Henry, cigar maker, 137 Fort 
Wayne av. r. same. 

Reinken John, elk. Reinken, bds. N. 
111. bet 5th and 6th. 

Rein man Reinhart, saloon, 156 E. 
Wash.r. same. 

Reinnacher Jacob, lab. r. 3 Rockwood 

Reinwold George, carpenter, r. 2nd nr. 
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Reisinger Louis, gas fitter, Dunn & 

Kerney, r. 198 N. Miss. 
Reisner Christian, chair mkr. r. 511 

Roset 

Reisner John G. 

Reisner William, checkman, B. R. R. 

r. N. Davidson 
Reisner William, lab. 155 Union 
Reister Catharine C. wicl. John, r. 308 

Mass. av. 
Reith Ferdinand, lab. r. 266 Union 
Reitsinger Frederick, (P. Fahrbach & 

Co.) r. Ohio, bet. East and Noble 
Reitz Charles, model builder, r. 287 S. 

Penn. 
REITZ FRANK A. proprietor, crys- 
tal palace restaurant and saloon, 

44 W. Wash. r. same 
Reitz Henry, musician, bds. 287 S. 

Penn. 
Reitzell Christ, machinist. Sinker & 

Co. 
Rely Frederick, baker, r. 243 S. Miss. 
Remalley F. M. printer. Ben Franklin 

Office, bds. 153 W. Md. 
Remas Victor, gardener, r. 270 S. Noble 
Remely Joseph, books and stationery 

dealer, Wash. r. 319 E. North 
Renard Charlotte Mrs. r. 80 Elm 
Renard Eugene, apprentice, T. B. 

Glesslng, f. 323 E. N. Y. 
Renard Eugene; saloon, 299 E. Wash. 

r. sam > 
Renard John B. mason, r. 323 E. N. Y. 
Renard "Louis, stone cutter, r. 80 Elm 
Rencenbriuk William moulder, Eagle 

Machine Works 
Renihau James, undertaker, r. 26G N. 

West 
Renihan Joseph, lab. r. 150 N. Doug- 
las 
Renn Edmond, wagon mkr. r. 99 S. N. 

Renn John, carpenter, r. 315 S. Del. 
Renn Michael, lab.r. 123 W r . McCarty 
Renner Christian, blacksmith, r. 127 

Bluff rd. 
Renner, George W. J. cigar mkr. Peter 

Kretsch, bds. 127 Bluff rd. 
Renner John B. carriage trimmer, G. 

Lowe 
Bennett George F. salesman, Horn, 

Anderson & Co. r. 70 E. Md. 
Renning Charles, painter, bds. Union 

Hall, E. Wash. 
Renning Lewis, painter, bds. Union 

Hall, E.Wash. 
Renseller Frederick, blacksmith, S. W. 

Drew & Co. r. 123 N. East 
Rentchler John, blacksmith. G. Lowe 
Rentchler Martin, blacksmith, G. Lowe 
Rentsch Edward, r. 176 S. 111. 
Rentsch Hermann, grocer, 145 E. Wash. 

r. same 



Renzenbrink William J. blacksmith, 
Washington Foundry, r. 57 Harri- 
son 

Reordan Thomas, blacksmith, r. 275 S. 
Tenn. 

Resch Joseph, brewer, bds. 32 S. Ala. 

Resener Christian F. carpenter, r. 161 
N. N. J. 

Resener Ellen, wid. Christian, r. 240 S» 
Tenn. 

Resener Henry F. carpenter, r. cor. 
Winston and Mich. 

Reshaupt Aug. saloon, r. 79 E. Wash. 

RESNER HENRY, boot and. shoe 
maker, 370 Va. av. r. 368 

Ress Valentine, cabinet maker, r. 420 
S. East 

Retter Augustus, lab. r. 498 Eoset . 

Reusby Joseph, bds. 174 W. Ohio 

Reusse Conrad, stone mason, r. 417 E. 
Wash. 

Reutti Theodore, saloon, Wash. cor. 
East, r. same 

Reveal Oliver, student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Revels Jane, (col'd,) seamstress, r. 79 
S. Mo. 

Revel William W. engineer, C. R. 11. 
r. 303 E.George 

Revels W. R. (co'rd,) physician, r. 205 
N. West 

Re Viere Sue Mrs. bds. 36 N. Del. 

Rexford Eugene M. stencil cutter, 16 
W. Md. r. c. 111. and 2d 

REXFORD & CO. (Eugene M. Rex- 
ford and gen'l Jigts. Wilcox 

& Gibbs' Sewing Machine, 16 W. 
Md. 

Reyer George, Keyer & Thorns, KJD 
E.Wash. 

Reyer & Thorns, (George Reyer, and 
Frederick Thorns) saddlery hard- 
ware, r. 109 E. Wash. 

Reynolds Andrew, carpenter, bds. 3.5 
Ind. av. 

Reynolds diaries E. elk. John C. Mc- 
Iver, bds. 286 N. Penn. 

Reynolds Charles II. (C. H. Reynolds 
" & Bro.) r. 163 N. Noble 

Reynolds Chesley, city expressman, 
79 Ash 

Reynolds C. II. & Bro. (Charles II. 
Reynolds and Silas F. Reynolds) 
tobacco manufs. 149 N. Noble 

Reynolds Clark, r. 62 N. Penn. 

Reynolds Clarkson, r. 286 N. Penn. 

Reynolds Elizabeth, wid. Thomas, it. 
" 163 N. Noble 

Reynolds Frank, B. R. R. Co. r. 151 W. 
South 

Reynolds French G. student Bryant, 
Stratton & Co's Commercial and 
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Reynolds George, (col'd) waiter, Bates 

House 
REYNOLDS & DOLLTDAY, (John 

B. Reynolds and Cort F. Holliday) 

coal oil lamps, chandeliers, etc., 13 

S. Meridian 
Reynolds James M. cigar mkr. Chas. 

' II. Reynolds, r. 163 N. Noble 
Reynolds John, r. 92 W. Ohio 
REYNOLDS JOHN, (Sulgrove, Rey- 
nolds & Co.) r. 283 N. Ala. 
Reynolds John TV. foreman, wood 

shop of Indianapolis Agricultural 

Works, r. 119 W. South 
REYNOLDS JOHN B. (Reynolds & 

Holliday) r. 1G0 Va. av. 
Reynolds Lewis, student Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Reynolds Nelson TV. elk. Alfred Shute, 

bds. 1G3 N.Noble 
Reynolds Samuel, carpenter, r. 286 N. 

Penh. 
Reynolds Samuel, student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co"s Commercial 

and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block. 
Reynolds Samuel C. elk. city engi- 
neer's office, r. N. Peun. nr. Mich. 
Reynolds Silas T. (C. H. Reynolds & 

Bro.) r. 163 N. Noble 
Reynolds Thompson C. carpenter, r. 

N. Miss. bet. 3d and 4th 
Reynolds Thomas, stone cutter, God- 

dard & Sons, r. W. South bet. 

Penn. and Del. 
Eeynolds Thos. E. [Wiles & Reynolds] 

r. 160 Va. av. 
Reynolds Virginia, r. 160 Va. av. 
Reynolds William, ciieckman, T. II. & 

I. R. R. Co. r. 286 N. Penn. 
Reynold William L. elk. Kregelo & Mc- 

Cune 
Ilheinschild John, shoe maker T. 

Schraeder & Holly, r. Wash. bet. 

Ala. and N. J. 
Rhinehold Jacob, carpenter, r. 373 W. 

Vt. 
Rhoads Charles W. watchman city fire 

alarm, Glenn's Block, r. 231 TV. 

N. Y. 
Rhoads Jane, [col'd,] r. 220 N. Mo. 
Rhoads Miranda Mrs. r. 285 Blake 

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Rhodenbarger Samuel, carpenter, r. 

342 Winston 
Rhodes John W. speculator, bds. 82 E. 

St. Clair 
RIIODIUS GEORGE, saloon and res- 
taurant, 15 N. Meridian, r. same 
Rice Alexander, elk. G. Rice & Co. 
bds. Union Hall 

Rice Gustave, [G. Rice & Co.] bds. 
Union Hall 

RICE G. & CO. [Gustave Rice and S. 
Kahn, Bro. & Co.] dry goods, 100 
E. Wash. 

Rice George, [Evans & Rice,] r. 442 
Va. av. 

Rice Patrick, watchman T. II. & I. R. R. 
freight depot, bds. 13 Henry 

Richard Francis, stone cutter, arsenal 
r. 22 Bates 

Richards Edward N. r. 193 N. East 

Richards Frederick W. printer, Jour- 
nal Office, r. 31 Hosbrook 

Richards F. P. student, Gregory's 
National Business College of 
Trade, 24)£ E. Wash. 

Richards Keziah, wid. Richard, r. 176 
N. Mo. 

Richards Theresa, saleswoman, TV. IT. 
Valentine, r. 124 N. Mo. 

Richardson Alfred, lab. McKernan & 
Pierce, bds. 55 Jones 

Richardson Andrew J. lab. r. Bluff rd. 

Richardson Benjamin A. elk. Indian- 
apolis Coke and Gas Light Co. bds. 
N. N. J. bet. Vt. and N. Y. 

Richardson Daniel A. teamster, r. 423 
N.Miss. 

Richardson David F. [Richardson & 
Austin,] r. 208 S. N. J. 

Richardson Edward, bds. 121 N. Miss. 

Richardson Francis M. teamster, r. 332 
Ind. av. 

Richardson George II. student,BRYANT, 
Stratton & Go's Commercial 
and Business College, Black- 
ford's Block 

Richardson James, machinist, bds. 297 
W. Wash. 

Richardson John W. lab. r. 122 Maple 

Richardson & Austin, [David F. Rich- 
ardson and George Austin,] agts. 
Parker Sewing Machine Company. 
31 S. 111. 

Richer Julius, tinner, r. 324 S. Del. 

Richey John, book agt. r. 124 Mo. 

Richey Theresa II. r. 124 S. Mo. 

Richey Samantha, dress maker, r. 124 
N*. Mo. 

Richison Edward, lab. r. 55 Jones 

Richison Tempe, wid. James, r. 55 
Jones 

Richmond Charles, Chief Engineer 
Fire Dept. r. Fletcher av. 

Richmond Charles, wagon maker, 28J 
E. Wash. r. E. Wash. c. N. Liberty 

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RICHMOND E. L. MRS. milliner, 

cloak, and dress maker, 8 N. Penn. 

bds. Governor's old residence 
Richmond John, lab. r. 342 S. Del. 
Richmond N". Miss, milliner, Mrs. E. 

L. Richmond, bds. Governor's old 

residence 
Richter August, Street Commissioner, 

r. 310 Va. ay. 
Richter F. stone mason, r. 41 Lord 
Richter Florence, Welch & Co. r. G9 E. 

Md. 
Richter Fred, grocer, retail, S. 111. cor. 

Bluff Road, r. same 
Richter Frederick, stone mason, r. 

9 Fletcher av. 
Richter Henry, blacksmith, r. 281 S. 

Miss. 
Richter Hermann. Wust & Co. cabinet 

maker, r. 2G5 1ST. Winston 
Richter John F. painter, r. 159 1ST. 

Spring 
Richter William, jr. (Win. Richter & 

Son) r. 414 Va. av. 
Richter William, sr. (Wm. Richter & 

Son) r. 414 Va. av. 
Richter William & Son, (William 

Richter and William Richter, jr.) 

grocery and saloon, 418 Va. av. r. 

414 Va. av. 
Rickard Henry, (Talbott, Rickard & 

Co.) bds. Sherman House 
Rickards Charles, carpenter, r. 314 E. 

Market 
RICKARDS THOMAS, Carpenter 

Shop, r. 314 E. Market 
Ricker Adolph, shoe maker, 217 E. 

Wash. r. same 
Ricketts William H. foreman bindery, 

Journal Office, bds. 73 W. Md. 
Riddle Sarah, wid. George, r. Minerva, 

nw. c. 1ST, Y. 
Rider George, salesman, William P. 

Burdick & Co. 77 W. Wash. 
RIDER ISAIAH, prop'r formal In- 
stitute of Penmanship, '3d floor, 

Blackford's Block, r. 144 N". Tenn. 
Ridgway John F. physician, 88 E. 

Market, r. 151 ST. 1ST. J. 
Ridgway William, carriage maker, r. 

130 3ST. 111. 
Riebel David, lab. r. Drake, nr. Mich. 

Road 
Riechenmeyer Henry, miller, r. 115 St. 

Joseph 
Riechwein John, lab. C.&I. C. R.R. 

r. 199 N. Davidson 
Riedeman Louis, harness maker, Reyer 

& Thorns, r. 23 W. St. Clair 
Riedemonn Fred, blacksmith, r.31 W. 

St. Clair 
Riedemonn Henrv, lab. r. 31 W. St. 

Clair 
Riemenschneider Herman, bootmaker, 

Adolph Lion, 25 N. 111. r. 83 N. X. J. 



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Riesner Henry, shoemaker, 370 Va. av. 

r. same 
Rife Herman, tinsmith, r. 123 W. Mar- 
ket 
Rifle Peter, soap maker, r. 36 Union 
Rihl Charles II. bricklayer, r. 31 Ind. 

av. 
Riggen William II. elk. r. 174 W. Ohio 

Riggins , elk. L. M. Crooker, bds. 

" 174 W. Ohio 

Riggs , bds. 59 N. 111. 

RIKHOFF HARMAN, (Rikhoff & 

Bro.) bds. 383 111. 
RIKHOFF JOHN G. (Rikhoff & Bro.) 

r. 383 111. 
RIKHOFF & BRO. (John G. and Har- 

man Rikoff,) wines and liquors, 77 

S. Meridian 
Rigley John, stone cutter, arsenal, r. 

E. Mich. nr. Railroad 
Riley Adam, (col'cl) carpenter, r. Pat- 
terson, S. City Hospital 
Rilev Benjamin F. elk. county treasu- 
rer's office, r. 289 W. Vt. * 
Rilev Catharine Mrs. wash woman, r. 

268 S. Tenn. 
Riley Edward, lab. r. 167 Madison av. 
Riley Edward, lab. bds. 176 S. Del. 
Riley George W. elk. r. Vt. bet. Cal. 

and West 
Riley II. lab. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Riley James, grocer, 217 Minerva r. 

same 
Riley John, lab. r. 575 Maple 
Riley John, lab. bds. W. Indianapolis 
Rilev John, night watchman. Street 

R. W. stables, bds. 272 W. Md. 
Rilev John, shoe maker, A. Knodle, r. 

414 S. Tenn. 
RILEY MARTIN W. agt. Redfield & 

Co. r. 297 W. Vt. 
Riley Michael, lab. r. 28 Wiilard, up 

stairs 
Riley Michael, shoe maker, A. Knodle, 

r. 414 S. Tenn. 
Riley Nicholas, painter, r. 31 Madison 

av. 
Riley Patrick, lab. r. 414 S. Tenn. 
Riley William, teamster. Osgood's hub 

factory, r. 11 Wiilard 
RILEY WILLIAM II. manager and 

actor Metropolitan Theatre, r. 300 

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Rinecke Julius 

S. Tenn. 
Rineman Earnst, saloon 

15G E. Wash, r. same 
Riner Joseph, finisher, D. Root & Co's 

machine works 
Rinewalt George, carpenter, r. 2d bet. 

111. and Meridian 
Ring John K. lab. r. 183 Dougherty 
Ringer John Q. A. car inspector, I. P. 

& C. R. R. r. 1G0 E. St. Joseph 
Ringer Win. elk. r. 25G N. East 
Ringsdorf Charles, machinist, 174 E. 

Wash. r. same 
Rinkle David, saloon, 94 E. South, r. 

same 
Ripley Wm. I. grocer, r. 27 E. North 
Riplogan, alias Logan, canvasser, re- 
fused his name for this Directory, 

29 W. Pratt 
Rissner Albert, currier, D. Yandes, jr. 

38 E. Wash. 
Ritchardson B. A. collector. Gas Co. 

bds. 162 N. N. J. 
Rittenhouse George L. (Peabodv & 

Rittenhouse) r. 244 X. East 
Rittenhouse Wm. bds. 74 X. Penn. 
Ritter Eli F. attorney at law, Langs- 
dale & Hereth's Block, r. 415 N. 

East 
Ritter Henry, teamster, r. 95 Elm 
Ritter Math'ias, machine hand, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. 
Ritter M. D. student, Bryant, 

Stratton &Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Ritzel Christian, wks. Sinker & Co. r. 

417 S. 111. 
Ritzinger Augustus W. elk. Indian- 
apolis Coke and Gas Light Co. r. 

226 E. Ohio 
Ritzinger Frank, elk. Fletcher's Bank, 

bds. 226 E. Ohio 
Ritzinger Frederick, sec. German Mut. 

Ins. Co. r. 226 E. Ohio 
Ritzinger John B. teller, Fletcher's 

Bank. bds. 226 E. Ohio 
Roach Alva C. agt. A. D. Streight, r. 

68 Bates 
Roach Charles, engineer, Tate's mill, 

r. 297 S. East 



Roach James, baker, bds. 180 S. 111. 
Roach James F. lab. Mc Kern an & 

Pierce, r. 44 Jones 
Roach James S. farmer, r. 49 Jones 
Roach Milton, sawyer, Tate's mill, r. 

297 S. East 
Roach Mitchell, student, bds. Neiman 

House 
Roach Nicholas, engineer, Frank 

Wright's Brewery, r. 25 Bright, 

bet. N", Y. and Vt. 
Roach William, machine hand, Warren 

Tate's factory 
Roache Addison L. (McDonald, Roache 

Sheeks) r. 613 N. Penn. 
Roache Randolph S. lawyer, ./Etna 

bldg. r. 613 N.Pen n. 
Roan John, stonemason, r. 33 Maple 
Roark Thomas,ste\vard Spencer House. 

r. 72 W. La. 
Roback Eli T. book binder, bds. 338 N. 

West 
Roback Henry II. moulder, Adams & 

Son, r. 338 N. West 
Roback Sarah, wid. George, r. 338 N. 

West 
Robbins James M. Ind. av. cor. Tenn. 
Roberts Andrew J. lab. r. Camp Car- 

rington, bet. Howard and Miss. 
Roberts Catharine, wid. Daniel, r. 213 

W. Market 
Roberts Chapel, 3ST. Penn. cor. Market 
Roberts Charles, machincst, D. Root, 

bds. 293 Va. av. 
Roberts Chas. H. student. Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24^ E. Wash. 
Roberts David, carpenter, r. 168 N. 

Davidson 
Roberts Ezra, brakeman, C. & I. C. R. 

R. bds. 58 Benton 
Roberts Isabella L. [Roberts & Eck%] 

r. 149 W. Wash. 
Roberts Jefferson, lab. bds. 265 E. St. 

Clair 
Roberts John W. machinist, B. R. R. 

machine shop, r. 175 N. Spring 
I Roberts John, [Helwig, Roberts & Co.! 

r. 428 N. Tenn. 
Roberts Joseph T. driver Street R. W. 

bds. 286 W. Market 
Roberts Mary T. wid. Joseph, laun- 
dress, r. 286 W. Market 
Roberts M. [col'd,] lab r. 142 N. Doug- 
las 
Roberts Michael, lab. r. 126 Maple 

Roberts Samuel, brick maker, r. West 

bet. North and Mich. 
Roberts Thomas B. lab. bds. 286 W. 

Market 
Roberts Turner W. Rev. r. 216 N. 

Blackford 
Roberts William, fireman, I. & C.R. R. 

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Roberts & Eck, [Isabella L. Roberts 

and Mary A. Eck.] dress making 

and millinery, 149 W. Wash. 
Robertson Alexander M. [Robertson & 

Funke,] bds. Spencer House 
ROBERTSOX JAMES E. [Robertson 

& Close.] dry goods, 10 E. Wash. 

r. 85 X. Ala. 
Robertson Thomas, painter, r. 1S7 

Dougherty 
Robertson William, machinest, Eagle 

foundry, r. 223 Union 
ROBERTSOX & CLOSE. [James E. 

Robertson and William II. Close. J 

dry goods, 10 E. Wash. 
ROBERTSOX & FUXKE. (Alexander 

M. Robertson and Frederick W. 

Funke) mnfrs. stocking yarns, etc. 

84 E. Wash. 
ROBIXIUS FRAXCIS, boot and shoe 

maker, 223 W. Wash. r. Pearl 
Robinson, carpenter, bds. 80 S. Del. 
Robinson A. J, builder and trav. agt. 

for Fairbank's scales, r. Shelby Co. 

Ind. 
Robinson Benjamin, (col'd) carpenter, 

r. R. I. E. of City Hospital 
Robinson Bruce, news depot, 27 S. 

111. bds. 231 E. Market 
Robinson Charles B. Supt. Union De- 
pot, r. 381 S. Ala. 
Robinson Charles E. conductor. T. H. 

R. R. 
Robinson Edward, blacksmith, r. X. 

111. bet. 3d and 4th 
Robinson Edward, blacksmith, r. Pearl, 

nr. Tinker 
Robinson Elihu. elk. r. 101 S. X. J. 
Robinson Ira J. r. Mich, road 
Robinson James, (col'd) lab. r. Camp 

Carrington, X. of 6th 
Robinson James W. plasterer, r. 339 

S. Ala. 
Robinson Jesse W. Van Camp, Jack- 
son & Co. bds. 216 X". West 
Robinson John, moulder, r. 67 W. Ga. 
Robinson John R. carpenter, bds. 110 

X. Mo. 
Robinson John S. elk. bds. Macy House 
Robinson Joseph H. street contractor, 

r. c. Xortn and Patterson 
Robinson Matthew B. farmer, r. 231 E. 

Market 
Robinson Peter, baker, arsenal, bds. 

181 X. Liberty 
Robinson Robert A. messenger, Ad- 
ams Exp. Co. 12 E. Wash.' 
Robinson Robert W. stair builder, r. 

110 X. Mo. 
Robinson Thomas, conductor, City R. 

W. bds. Sheridan House 
Robinson William B. carpenter, r. 

Mich. Road 
Robinson William, (col'd) farmer, bds. 

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Robinson William H. Dep'tv Marshal 
Union Depot, r. 381 S. Ala. 

Robinson William J. H. Sheriff Ma- 
rion Cd. r. 18 X. Ala. 

Robson Charlotte, wid. William, art- 
ist, bds. 204 X. 111. 

Rocap Francis B. carpenter, Eden & 
Larmour. r. 201 X. Davidson 

Roche John, lab. r. 27 S. Ala. 

Roche Xicholas. lab. r. 25 X. Bright 

Rockey Henry S, r. 202 E. Ohio 

Rockwell Charles, dining hall. r. 11 
E. South 

Rockwell Jones S. [Rockwell & Sons.] 
r. 11 E. South. 

Rockwell Primble S. [Rockwell & 
Sons.] r. 11 E. South 

Rockwell Silas, [Rockwell & Sons,] 
r. 11 E. South 

Rockwell & Sons, [Silas, Jones S. and 
Primble S. Rockwell.] dining 
room and restaurant, 6 La. 

Rock wood X. O. student, Gregory's 
Xatioxal Busixess College of 
Trade. 24}£ E. Wash. 

Rockwood William, r. 270 X. 111. 

Roda Anthony, lab. 250 X. X^oble. 

Rodebush Gardner P. blacksmith, 
David McVea, bds. 58 S. Cal. 

Rodenberger Charles, brakeman, C. & 
I. C. R. R. bds. 58 Benton 

Rader George W. elk. Oriental House, 
bds. same. 

Rodewald Henry, grocer, r. 441 Ya. av. 

Rodfarain James,' lab. r. 409 S. Del. 

Rodgers A. K. student, at Bryaxt, 
Strattox & Co's Commercial axd 
Busixess College. Blackford'3blk. 

Rodgers A. F. student Bryaxt, 
Strattox & Co's Commercial axd 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Rodgers B.S. bds. Snelson House. 

Rodgers J. A. student at B r y a x t , 
Strattox <£ Co's Commercial axd 
Busixess College, Blackford's blk. 

Rodgers James, lab. bds. 142 Bates. 

Rodgers James, lab. bds. Mich. E. rd. 
city limits 

Rodinback Christian, lab. r. S. end 
East 

Rodius Andrew, barber. 94 E. South, 
bds. E. Wash. bet. Ala. and Del. 

Rodling Samuel, [col'd] waiter, Bates 
House, r. Benton nr. C. & I. C. R. 
R. 

Roe W. E. conductor, C. & I. C R. R. 
bds. 58 Benton 

Roefert Charles, works Peru R. R. De- 
pot, r. 139 E. Merrill 

Roesner Anthony, drayman, r. E. Mc- 
Carty, nr. Bluff rd. 

Roesner Charles, dravman. r. E. Mc^ 
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Roesner Henry, carpenter, r. E. Mc- 
Cartynr. Bluff rd. 

Roeter Christian, lab. B. R. R. Depot. 

Roeter Frederick, lab. B. R. R. Depot. 

Roeth Adam, tailor, Roeth & Meier, r. 
209 E. Wash. 

Roeth John, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 

Roeth John, (Roeth & Meier) r. 207 E. 
Wash. 

Roeth & Meier (John Roeth and Hen- 
ry Meier) merchant tailors, 207 E. 
Wash. 

Rofert F. barkeeper, bds. Concordia 
House 

Rogers Benjamin F. supt. brick yard, 
r. 168 N. East 

Rogers John F. jeweler, F. W. Schlie- 
bitz 

Rogers Kate Mrs. yeast cake manufac- 
turer, r. Rockwood, bet. East and 
Noble 

Rogers Parry, blacksmith, T. & I, R. 
R. shop, r. 12 Henry 

Rogers Perry, conductor, C. & I. R. R. 

Rogers W. C. B. R. R. Co. bds. Orien- 
tal House 

Rogers William, (Helming & Rogers) 

Rogge Rudolph, tailor, 335 Va. a v. r. 
same 

Roher Joseph, hod carrier, r. 286 E. La. 

Roisener Christian, chair mkr. Schel- 
leng & Bro. r. 511 S. Is T . J. 

Roker Peter, retail grocer, r. 290 W 
Md. 

Roley Anna, servant, Commercial 
House r. 182 W. Ga. 

Roley Margaret, seamstress, r. 182 W. 
Ga. 

Rolling Christ, lab. r. 2G0 N". Noble 

ROLL ISAAC H. (Roll, Kimball & 
Aikman) r. 203 N. 111. 

Roll Jacob C. barkeeper, J. Busch, 
bds. 251 W. Wash, 

ROLL, KIMBALL & AIKMAN, (Isaac 
H. Roll, Thomas V. Kimball and 
John B. Aikman) hardware and 
cutlery, 123 S. Meridian 

ROLL WILLIAM H. (Poll & Smith, I 
and C. L. Turner & Co.) r. 117 W. ! 
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ROLL & SMITH, (William II. Roll 

and William Smith) carpet dealers. 

16 S. 111. 
Holland Michael, 26 Douglas 
Rolland Thomas, cooper, Daniel Bur- 
ton, r. 425 W. N. Y. 
Rolling Mill Coal Co. Daniel Titcomb, 

agt. office and yard, Tenn. cor. 

South, r. 172 Va. av. 
Rollins Samuel, (cord) waiter, Bates 

House 
Rollson Margaret Mrs. wid. dress and 

cloak maker, 31 W. Market 
Rolson Robert, lab. bds 279 S. Tenn. 
Romaine Charles H. supt. telegraph 

department, Gregory's National 

Business College, r. 80 S. Tenn. 
Romerill Charles E. plasterer, r. 342 

N. East 
Romerill James II. chair mkr. Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. bds 342 N. East 
Ronan John, lab. r. 327 W. Market 
Ronan Mary P. wid. Daniel, r. alley 

bet. Mo. and Miss. nr. Polling Mill 
Ronan Michael, lab. r. 131 Tenn. 
Roney Charles S. stone mason, r. 173 

N. East 
Roney Henry C. carpenter, bds. 173 N. 

East 
Rooker Alfred J. painter, r. 37 N. 

Douglas 
Rooker Calvin F. lawyer and notary 

public, 19 W. Wash. r. 778 N. 111. 
Rooker George L. D. painter, r. 104 N . 

Cal. 
Rooker John, painter, r. 148 Ind. av. 
Rooney James S. actor, Metropolitan 

Theatre, bds. 153 W.Md. 
R-oos Jacob, butcher shop, 137 S. 111. r. 

139 S. 111. 
ROOT DELOSS, (D.-Root & Co.) r. 

441 N. Meridian 
ROOT DELOSS & CO. (Deloss Root 

and Jerome B. Root.) iron works, 

183, and 185 S. Penn. and 66 E. 

Wash. 
Root Jerome B. (D. Root & Co.) r. 511 

N. 111. 
Root Samuel, painter, bds. 314 E. 

George 
Roper Albert, teamster, bds. 68 W. 

South 
ROPEP JOHN, Agt. EDWARDS & 

BOYD, 16>£ E. WASH. ROOM 13, 

bds. Macy House 
Ropkev Helen, wid. Frederick, r. 64 

McCarty 
Ropp Frederick, lab. Lieber's brewery, 

bds. 57 E. South 
Rorex Mary, wid. Martin, dress mkr. 

r. 67 W. McCarty 
Rork Frank J. blacksmith, r. 800 N. 

Tenn. 
Rorrman David S. expressman, bds. 

Neiman House 

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ROSE AUGUSTINE D. Colonel, Chief 

of Merchants Police, r. 29 W.Pratt 
Rose A. D. (name refused for this Di- 
rector v. by request of Replogan) 

29 W. Pratt 
Rose Benjamin M. telegraph operator, 

Union Depot, bds. 153 W. Md. 
Rose Charles, dyer, 323 E. Wash, r. 

same 
Rose D.. Garland, Post Master, bds. 

Sherman House 
Rose Francis B. elk. 175 S. X. J. 
Rose Frank, agt. Temperance Journal, 

bds. Macy House 
Rose Franklin, R. R. engineer, r. 96 

Fletcher av. 
Rose John X. shoe maker, r. 2-12 Co- 
burn 
Rosebrock Frederick, elk. r. 343 E. Mc- 

Garty 
Rosebrock Frederick, grocer, 201 Ya. 

av. r. same 
■Rosebrock George, lab. r. 433 Ya. av. 
Rosebrock Henry, elk, Frederick Rose- 
brock, bds. 201 Ya. av. 
Rosemeyer Charles, teamster, r. 70 

Elm. c. Cedar 
Rosenbaum Christopher, teamster, r. 

Elm, nr. Pine 
Rosenbaum William, porter, r. Insti- 
tute for Blind 
Rosenberg John, cutter. A. J. Gerst- 

ner, 173 E. Wash. 
Rosenberger Gustave, engraver, J. H. 

Stallo & Co. bds. 23 Ky. av. 
Rosenbrook William, grocer, 401 Ya. 

av. 
Rosengarten Mary, wid. Herman, r. 31 

Cherry 
Rosengarter Louis, rag peddler and 

musician, r. 330 X. Railroad 
Rosenthal Adolph, r. 259 X. 111. 
Rosenthal Henry, (Havs, Rosenthal & 

Co.) r. 142 Ya. av. 
Rosenthal Joseph W. Landanr & Co. 
Rosenthal Samuel, r. 555 X. Meridian 
Ross Charles L. soldier, r. 111. sw. cor. 

Ga. 
Ross F. student, Gregory's Xatiqxal 

Business College of Trade. 24^< 

E. Wash. 
Ross Henry J. boarding house, 67 Iud. 

av. 
Ross Isaac, (col'd) lab. 385 X. X. J. 
Ross Jacob, (col'd) cook, r. al. bet. S. 

Miss, and S. Mo. nr. W. Ga. 
Ross James, painter, S. W. Drew & Co. 

r. 19 W. Pratt 
Ross James J. elk. J. H. Ross, bds. 294 

X. Tenn. 
Ross John, (col'd) lab. r. 225 X. Tenn. 

ROSS JOHXSOX H. coal dealer, r. 
294 X. Tenn. 



Ross Xorman M. elk. Pension Bureau, 
Washington, D. C. r. 128 S. Merid- 
ian 

Ross Samuel, foreman, George F. Ad- 
ams' lumber yard, bds. Little's Ho- 
tel 

Ross Thomas lab. r. 23 Rose 

Rossell Henry S. Wust & Co. cabinet 
maker, r. 143 Ft. Wayne av. 

Roswinkle George, tobacco and segars. 
281 X. East, r. same 

Roszel Mitchell, painter, r. 137 Union 

Roth Mathew, carpenter, r. 15 Henry 

Roth Windall, cabinet maker, bds. 13 
Henry 

Rothert John H. elk. Frederick W. Jas- 
per, r. 333 Ya. av. 

Rothschilds Henry, clothing, S. 111. 
bds. Commercial Hotel 

Rothschilds Joseph, (J. Rothschilds & 
Co.) r. McCartv c. Bluff 

ROTHSCHILDS J. & CO. (Joseph 
Rothschilds and Meier Dellelield) 
clothiers, McCarty c. Bluff 

Rouhette Arthur, elk. r. 300 E. Wash, 
up stairs 

Roundtree Wm. machinist, bds. Raj' 
House 

Rouse Charles, J. C. McBride, bds. 3 
Ind. av. 

Rouse Hiram J. butcher, 94 X. 111. r.31 
Ind. av. 

Rout Thomas C. (Rout & Bates) r. 22 
E. Lockerbie 

ROUT & BATES, (Thomas C. Rout 
and Charles A. Bates) dry goods 
and grocers, 441 X. 111. 

Routier A. carpenter, r. 93 Fletcher 
av. 

Routier Mary A. wid. John, r. 79 Elm 

Routier Pete"r, contractor and builder, 
c. Ya. av. and Cedar, r. 394 Ya. av. 

Ronton Ganawav F. foreman, Mayhew 
& Fearnlef , r. 368 X. West above 
Xorth 

Rouv H. baggageman. Bates House 

Rowe Austin, engineer. C. & I.C. R. R. 
424 E. La. 

Rowe George, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co. 

Rowe Jacob J. foreman, saw mill, r. 
38 Grant 

Rowe John C. carpenter, bds. 126 Ind. 
av. 

Rowe Samuel elk. Dorsey & Layman, 
r. 284 E. Mich. 

Rowe Titus, brick mason, Rolling Mill 
r. 232 S. Tenn. 

Rowe William, elk. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Co. bds. Oriental House 

Rowe William E. conductor. C. & I. C. 
R. R. bds. 58 Benton 

Rowland John, watchman, r. 30 Doug- 
las 

Rowland Lewis, lab. bds. 30 Douglas 



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Rowland Mathew, machinist, bds. 30 
Douglas 

Rowney Firman, student, X. W. C. 
University 

Rowney James, student, N..W. C. Uni- 
versity 

Roy George, lab. bds. 99 Benton 

Roy Herman, traveling agt. Halm & 
" Bals. r. 119 Ft. Wayne av. 

Royer Martha, r. 175 S. X. J. 

Rozell Hiram S. furniture manufac- 
turer, r. 143 Ft. Wayne av 

Rozer Aaron, (II. H. Langenberg & 
Co.) r. 146 Blackford 

Ruble W. E. elk. A. D. Streight, rooms 
Yohn's Block 

Rubusli Fletcher, carpenter, r. 28 
Fletcher av. 

Rubusli George W. Graham's brick 
yard. r. 1G2 Elm 

Rubush Mayherst 8. IT. brick layer, bds. 
218 Huron 

Rubush William K. brick layer, r. 218 
Huron 

Ruckersfeldt Charles, elk. Halm & 
Bals. 25 S. Meridian, bds. Snel- 
son House 

Ruckle Nicholas R. printer, Journal 
Office, r. 146 X. Penh. 

Rudduck Martin M. engineer, C. E. 
Geisendorff & Co. woolen mill, bds. 
272 West Maryland 

Rude John S. (Sinks & Rude) 415 W. 
Wash . 

Rudisill Maggie X. artiste, bds. 153 
W. Md. 

Rudolf Gutknecht, shoe mkr. r. ]ST. 
Miss. bet. 1st and 2nd 

Ruemmele Joseph, stationery, 153 E. 
Wash, r. 319 E. North 

RUMAN AUGUST, saloon and Gar- 
den, 332 and 334 Ya. av. r. same 

Rummell Jacob brewer, bds. 321 S. 
Penn. 

Rumell Jacob, fire catcher, Indianap- 
Rolling Mill 

Rumell John, roller, Indianapolis Rol- 
ling Mill Company 

Rumell John A. lab. r. 86 Eddy 

Runnion William, photograph gallerv, 
m4 E. Wash. bds. 17^ Va. av. 

Bupell R. bds. 73 N". 111. 

Paper Boxes for Fancy 



Rupp John, grocer, 201 Ky. av. r. same 
RURP WILLIAM. F. merchant tailor, 
131 E. Wash; 

Rusby Joseph, R. foreman, machine 
shop, Indianapolis Agricultural 
Works, r, 174 W. Ohio 

Rusby Thomas, machinist, bds. 174 W. 
Ohio 

Rusch John, butcher, bds. 366 Va. av. 

Ruscha Peter, stone cutter, r. 21 Wyo- 
ming 

Ruschhaupt Augustus, salesman, r. 131 
N". N. J. 

Ruschhaupt August, saloon, 222 E. 
Wash. r. same 

RUSCHAUPT FREDERIC, prest. Ea- 
gle machine works, r. 270 1ST. Del. 

Ruschaupt Henry C. teamster, bds. 222 
N". Davidson 

Ruschaupt William, livery stable, 23 
S. Del. r. N. N". J. 

Ruschhaupt William, teamster, bds. 
222 E. Wash. 

Rush Fred. P. grain raer. 99 S. Del. r. 
105 X. Meridian 

Rush John A. lab. J. II. Vajen & Co. 
bds. 128 N. Meridian 

Rush P. actor, Metropolitan Theatre. 

RUSH WILLIAM P. physician and 

surgeon, 20 W. Md. r. 487 N. 111. 
Rauskaup Henry, brewer, Christian 

T. Schmidt 
Ruske Henry A. lab. r.86 S. East 
Russe Charles, varnisher, r. 417 E. 

Wash. 
Russe Conrad, stone mason, r. 417 E. 

Wash. 
Russel David C. student, N". W. C. 

University 
Russell Francis, student, N.W. C. Uni- 
versity 
Russell , real est. agt. bds. 2 Ind. 

av. 
Russell Alexander, W. elk. P. O. bds. 

296 S. Meridian 
Russell Augustine, tailor, Stalworthy 

& Co. r. X. J. cor. CNorth 
Russell David, moulder, r. rear 82 S. 

Del. 
Russell Fran);, student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Russell George^ bds. 62 S. Del. 
RUSSELL GEORGE H. (Wright, 

Russell & Co.) bds. 2 Ind. av. 
Russell Henry H. C. r. 22 W. Ga. 
Russell James Capt. R. R. contractor, 

r. 251 N". West. 
Russell James K. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co's Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 
Russell James X. elk. P. O. r. 296 S. 

Meridian 

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RussellJohn, student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24}^ E. Wash. 

Russell Joseph, stone cutter, F. Far- 
mer, r. S.Miss. cor. W. Wash. 

Russell John S. deputy marshal, May- 
or's office, r. 354 S. Del. 

Russell Laven M. policeman, r. 82 S. 
Noble 

Russell Nicholas, lab. r. Mich. rcl. 

Russell Samuel, lab. r. 321 W. Market. 

Russell Samuel, works C. &. I. C. R. R. 
freight depot 

Russell Thomas, lab. r. 243 S. Mo. 

Ruth Adolph, barkeeper, r. 169 Ind. 
av. 

Ruth Charles, saloon, 169 Ind. av. r. 
same. 

Ruth Louis, bar tender, bds. 81 E. 
Wash. 

Ruth Robert, book keeper, Henry 
Schaub, bds. 168 W. Wash. 

Ryall , mason, r. Yt. bet. West and 

Cal. 

RYAN A. H. physician, r. 420 N. Del. 

Ryan Bridget, r. Ill Huron 

Ryan Bridget, wid. Edward, r. 65 S. 
Cal. 

Ryan Ellen, wid. Patrick, r. 337 S. Mo. 

Ryan James, bar tender, Redmond & 
Dawson, r. 142 Ind. av. 

Ryan James, lab. r. Gordon cor. S. 
Tenn. 

RYAN JAMES B. (Elliott, Ryan & 
Co.) r. 158 N. Miss. 

Ryan John, machinist, bds. 272 W. Md. 

Ryan John, lab.r. 28 Willard 

Ryan John. lab. r. 278 S. Del. 

Rvan John B. (Ryan & Cook.) r. 87 
Cal. 

Ryan Margaret B. wid. John A. board- 
ing house, 106 S. Penn. r. same 

Ryan Margaret, wid. Edward, r. 400 
E. Ga. 

Ryan Martin, fireman, B. R. R. bds. 34 
al. n.e. of machine shop 

Ryan Michael, expressman, r. Mayhew 
nr. Mich. rd. 

Ryan Michael, lab. r. 258 N. Winston 

Ryan Michael, helper, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Company 

Ryan Michael, lab. bds. 199 W. Md. 

Ryan Michael lab. r. 25 N. Bright 

Ryan Patrick, lab. r. Ill Huron 

Ryan Richard J. lawyer, bds. 134 N. 
111. 

Ryan Robert C. painter, 58 N. Penn. 

Ryan Thomas, r. 75 S. Miss. 

Ryan Thomas F. (Elliott, Ryan & Co.) 
r. 134 N. 111. bet. Ohio and N. Y. 

Ryan W, I. messenger, Western Union 
Telegraph, r. 75 S. Miss. 

RYAN & COOK, (John B. Ryan and 
Thomas V. Cook,) house and sign 
painters, 58 N. Penn. 

Shurtleff & Macauley, No 



RYAN & REDMOND, Richard J. 
Ryan and Thomas Redmond.) law- 
yers, room 2 Langsdale Block 

Ryland F. M. student, Gregory's Na- 
tional Business College of 
Trade, 24>£ E. Wash. 

Ryman George H. student, r. 344 N. 
Ala. 

Rynders John, book keeper, J. II. Va- 
jen & Co. bds. 21 W. Wash. 

Ryne Michael, lab. J. McLene & Co. 
r. 364 S. Tenn. 

Ryon Daniel L. machinist, bds. 297 W. 
Wash. 

SABLE Charles, carpenter, r. 224 
Winston 

Sacket William, carpenter, bds. 153 "W. 
Md. 

Sackett Cyrus O. printer, Herald office, 
bds. 74 N. Penn. 

Sackett F. E. student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Sackett Frank E. elk. D. Root & Co. 
bds. 131 E. N. Y. 

Sackett Franklin, gunsmith, arsenal, 
bds. 131 E. N. Y. 

Sacks Edward, engineer, r. W. South 
nr. Ky. av. 

Saebold John, sawyer, Wilkens&Hall, 
bds. N. J. bet. Wash, and Mar- 
ket 

Sage Charles, lawyer, 8 Temperance 
Hall, r. 327 W. Wash. 

Sage John, moulder, r. 24 W. McCarty 

Sager William, lab. r. 131 Ft. Wayne 
av. 

Sahm Ludwig, r. 142 Ft. Wayne av. 

Sahn Louis, carpenter, r. 465 N. Ala. 

Sailors H. C. student, Bryant, 
Stratton &Co's Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Sailors Henry C. bo«k-keeper J. Mc- 
Lene & Co. bds. 153 Md. 

Sailors James L. (Osborn & Sailors) r. 
208 W. Ohio 

Sailors Mason P. elk. (Osborn & Sail- 
ors,) r.208 W. Ohio. 

Sain Harley A. N. elk. E. A. Seaton, 
bds. Commercial Hotel 

St. Clair Mary, (col'd) wid. Sinclair, 
washer, r. N. Tenn. nr. cor. Ind. 
av. 

St. John James, lab. r. 1S5 Bluff rd. 

St. John's Church, (Catholic) Rev. 
Augustus Bessonies, pastor, and 
and Rev. Patrick Fitzgerald, asst, 
pastor, ns. Ga. bet. Tenn. and 111. 

St. JOHN'S HOME FOR INVALIDS, 
Sisters of Providence, 129 Tenn. 

St. John's School, ns. Ga. bet. Tenn. 
and 111. 

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IN GREAT VARIETY AT 

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22 West Washington St. 



St. Mary's German Catholic Church, 

Md. bet. Del. and Perm. 
St. Mary's Female Academy, rear St. 

Mary's Church 
St. Peter's Church, (Catholic) eastern 

terminus Dougherty, nr. Va. ay. 
Saire Philip, blacksmith, r. 431 E. Vt. 
Sajfer William, lab. r. 511 Roset 
Salisbury Percival, carpenter, bds. 30}-.< 

N. Penn. 
Sailer Thomas M. student, Bryant, 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's 

Block 

SALTMARSH WILLIAM L. carpen- 
ter and bnilder, 102 S. Del. r. es. 

N. Del. opp. cor. Mich. rd. 
Samertz Jacob, varnisher, r. c. Liberty 

and Ohio 
Samnons A. freight elk. Merchants 

Union Express Co. bds. Pyle 

House 
Sample Susan Mrs. r. 428 E. St. Clair. 
Samples James, carpenter, r. 52 Cherry. 
Sanburn Abram G. elk. F. E. Smith 

& Co. r. 17G 1ST. Blackford 
Sancho Adam H. saloon, 27G E. Wash. 

r. same 
Sander John P. carpenter, r. 282 X. 

Liberty 
Sander Phillip, bds. Union Hall 
Sanders , conductor, C. & I. C. E. 

R, bds. 58 Benton 
Sanders Clara Miss, bds. 105 S. ]ST. J. 
Sanders Enoch G. house and sigh pain- 
ter, 101 E. St. Joseph, r. same. 
Sanders Henry, wagon maker, bds. 240 

S. Del. 
Sanders Jacob, elk. bds. 70 E. Market. 
Sanders John E. bar tender, Bates 

House saloon, r. 185 W. South 
Sanders John E. [cord] barkeeper, 

Morris, Carter & Co. r. Ky. av. 

bet. Md. and Ga. 
Sanders John, [col'd] lab. Indianapolis 

Paper Mill, r. on Canal bet. West 

and Cal. 
Sanders John E. painter, 73 Ky. av. 
Sanders Phillip/ lab. Byrkit & Sons, 

bds. Western House 
Sanders Theodore, bookkeeper, bds. 

Union Hall 



Sanders William II. tradesman, bds. 

McCarty cor. Ann 
Sandofer James S. carpenter, r. 400 S. 

Tenn. 
Sandridge William, [col'd] blacksmith, 

322 Iiid. av. bds. 308 Blake 
Sandrock Warner, bds. 232 S. Mo. 
Sanifer Josiah II. carpenter, r. 400 S. 

Tenn. 
Santo Edward, 204 Ind. av. r, same 
Santo Henry, r. rear 266 N". West. 
Sapf Matthias, r. 19 Meek 
Sapp W. D. elk. Spencer House, bds. 

same 
Sapps John, blacksmith, r. 76 Bates 

Sargent Francis L. blacksmith, Chand- 
ler & Taylor, bds. 272 West Md. 

Sargent Leroy, lab. bds. 272 N. Md. 

Satorius John, barber, Vondergotten 
Klein, bds. Ky. av. bet. Wash, and 
Md. 

Saner John, carpenter, r. W. McCarty 
bet. Bluff rd. and 111. 

Saulcy Charles, elk. Adam Bretz, bcls. 
111. bet. .Ga. and La. 

Saulcy Louise, seamstress, 120 W. Md. 

Saulcy Rose, seamstress, 120 W. Md. 

Saulsbury Percival, carpenter, bds. 
36)^ iST. Penn. 

Saunders Jacob, elk. Elder & Ripley, 
bds. Holliday House 

Saunders John R. student Bryant, 
Stratton &Co's Commercial ani> 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block. 

Sawer John, carpenter, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Company 

Sawyer John S. salesman, Crossland, 
Maguire & Co. r. 163 N. 111. 

SAWYER & WILLETS, [Christopher 
Sawyer and William P. Willets,] 
flour and feed, 62 E. Market 

Saxer Charles, currier, J. K. Sharpe, 
r. 328 S. Del. 

Saxton Lorenzo D. bds. Palmer House 

Sayer Phillip. [S. W. Drew & Co.] 181 
E.Vt. 

Sayers Alexander T. student, Bryant,. 
Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 
Business College, Blackford's 
Block 

Sayers John, lab. r. 269 S. Penn. 

Sayers Thomas, switchman. C. & I. C. 
R, R. r. 15 Lord 

Sayles Charles F. salesman, J. H. Bald- 
win & Co. bds. 162 X. N". J. 

Saylor Jackson, Heater, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Company, r. 270 S. 111. 

Saylor William J. lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill Company, bds. 270 S. 
111. 



Sbender Tobias 
Market 



carpenter, r. 293 E. 



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Scantlin John M. night watfetthaan, 

Frank Wright's brewery, r. 150 

Blake 
Scantlin Thomas, plasterer, bds. 297 

W. Wash. 
Schaad George, sexton German M. E. 

Church 
Schaad George, varnisher, r. 106 Spring 
Schaaf AbeJ, Jab. r. 101 N. Noble 
Schaaf Valentine, carpenter, r. 313 E. 

Market 
Schaan Thomas, lab. r. Ohio nr. Rail- 
road 
Scbackow Charles, machinist, Sinker 

& Co. r. 48 Bradshaw 
Schad Gottleib, wagon maker, r. 101 

Davidson 
Schad Matthias, tailor, r. 331 E. Vt. 
Schaedel Adolf, machinist, r. 61 E. 

South 
Schaefer Peter, lab. r. 567 St. Clair 
Schaeffer Norris R. brakeman, L. R.R. 

bds. Macy House 
Schaffer John, [Schaffer & Perrott,] 

bds. 2d, cor. Tenn. 
Schaffer & Perrott [John Schaffer and 

Richard Perrott] butchers, N. 

Tenn. nr. 1st. 
Schaffner Charles J. lab. r. 361 X. 

Noble 
Schaekel Christian, lab. r. 356 S. Ala. 
Schaler Henry, striker, r. 225 S. Ala. 
Schalcr Joseph, lab. r. 40 Lord 
Schallenberg Fred, chair maker, Schel- 

leng & Bro. r. S. end East 
Schamberg William, shoemaker, r. 131 

N. Davidson 
Scharff Nathan, salesman, r 115 W. 

South 
Scharror Michael, lab. r. Bluff rd. nr. 

Wis. 
Schaub George [Schaub & Rabendisch] 



r. 223 IN . Noble 



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Schaub Henry, saloon keeper, 163 

Wash. r. same 
Schaub John, lab. r. 225 N. Noble 
Schaub John Jr. lab. r. 225 N. Noble 
Schaub John, painter, r.497 N. Ala. 
Schaub Peter, driver express wagon, 

r. 217 N. Noble 
Schaub Peter, teamster, arsenal, r. 393 

E. Mich 
Schaub & Rabendisch [George Schaub 

and Charles Rabendisch,] boots 

and shoes, 170 E. Wash 
Schaufpour Joseph, gardener, Deaf 

and Dumb Asylum 
Schealer Lawrence, baker, 314 N. N. 

J. bds. same 
Schech Gustavus, foreman Eagle Ma- 
chine works 
Scheckel Fred, works McCord & 

Wheatley 
Scher Thomas R. lab. r. Plum bet. 

Christian av. and Cherry 

ETo. 13 West Maryland Street. 



Scheerrer Phillip, barber, bds. Chicago 

Exchange, 123 S. 111. 
Scheid Charles, cooper, r. 335 W. Md. 
Scheier Henry, bds. 60 S. Del. 
Scheigert Frederick, policeman, r. 264 

S. 111. 
Scheldmeir Christian, fireman, C. & I. 

C.R.R.r. 195 Meek 
Schell Christian, lab. r. 575 S. 111. 
Schellbaum John, baker, Fred. Boll- 

mann, bds. 107 E. Wash. 
Schelleng Diedrich, [Schelleng &Bro.] 

r. 134 E. McCarty 
Schelleng Henry, [Sclielling & Bro.] r. 

134 E. McCarty 
Schelling & Bro. (Henry and Diedrich 

Sclielling) chair factory, 134 E. 

McCarty 
Schellschmidt Adolph, music teacher, 

r. 246 E. Ohio 
Schellschmitt Fernando, musician, r. 

511 E. Market 
Scheneman William, lab. J. M. & I. 

R. R. Depot, r. 148 Bluff rd. 
Scheon George, lab. 92 Bluff rd. 
Scherer Henry, brush mkr. bds. E. 

Wash. 
Scherer John, brewer, Christian F. 

Schmidt, r. Penn. nr. South 
Sobering Charles, lab. r. Orient S. of 

National rd. 
Scherling Nicholas, r. 292 N. Libertv 
S C II E T T E R CHRISTOPHER R. 

[Gagg & Co.] r. 182 Madison av. 
Schetter Julius, brewer, bds. 182 Madi- 
son av. 
Scheuer John, lab. r. 382 E. N. Y. 
Schierling Herman, r. 292 N. Liberty 
Schild Peter, carver, bds. 30 Ky. av. 
Schildmeier Anthony F. [Schildmier & 

Voigt] shoe mkr. r. 375 E. Mich. 
Schildmeier Caroline, wid. Frederick 

r. 375 E. Mich. i 

Schildmeier Frederick, mer. tailor, 182 

E. Wash. r. same 
Schildmeier Henry, painter, S. W. 

Drew & Co. r. suburbs, mile out on 

N. Davidson 
Schildmeier & Voigt, (Anton Seliild- 

meier and Frederick Voigt, boots 

and shoes, 298 E. Wash. 
Schillinger George, porter, Tousey, 

Byram & Co. r. 167 N. Spring 
Schindler Robert, salesman, 63 

Wash. 
Schion Louis, clothing store, 79 

South r. same 
Schirer Phillip, segar mkr. bds. opp. 

T. H. R, R, 
Schiselle Christian, saw mkr. r. 261 S. 

Miss. 
Schisler Henry, watchman, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works 
Schlater William H. sec. Gov. Morton, 

r. 80 N. N. J. 



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Schlenker Jacob, baker, r. Wabash, al. 

bet. X. J. and East 
Schley Geo. G. printer. Gazette office, 

bds. Oriental House 
Schley John, foreman, news room, 

Herald office, r. 213 N. Penn. 
SCHLIEBITZ FREDERICK W. 

watchmaker and jeweler, 204 E. 

Wash. r. 523 E. Market 
Schloss Joseph, porter, Hays, Rosen- 

thal & Co. bds. Concordia House 
Schlosser Henry, huckster, r. 333 S. 

East 
Schlotzhauer Adam, grocer, Liberty 

cor. Mich. r. same 
Schlotzhauer Valentine, cabinet mkr. 

Cabinet Makers' Union, 105 E. 

Wash. r. 152 Davidson 
Schlur Henry, blacksmith, B. R. R. 

blacksmith shop, r. 225 S. Ala. 
Schmalholz Casper, bar keeper, George 

Rhodius, bds. 15 1ST. Meridian 
Sehmalzigang Matthias, tanner, r. 76 

Gordon 
SCHMEDEL H. [Schmedel & Fricker,] 

r. 273 1ST. N. Y. 
SCHMEDEL & FRICKER, [ H. Schme- 
del and Jacob Flicker,] brush 

mnfrs. 10G S. 111. 
SCHMETZ JACOB, dyer and cleaner, 

32 Ky. av. r. same 
Schmeykal Wenzel J. gunsmith, r. 50G 

E. Ga. 
Schmick Charles L. shoe maker, 71 N. 

Penn. r. 86 Ind. av. 
Schmidt August, butcher, W. Schmidt, 

bds. 23 Peru 
Schmidt C.wid. Henry, boarding house, 

Mich. rd. E. city limits 
Schmidt Charles, book keeper, Francis 

Bergmann, r. 148 Bluff rd. 
Schmidt Christian, stone cutter, r. 131 

Stevens 
SCHMIDT CHRISTIAN F. brewer, 

Wyoming cor. High. r. 169 E. Mc- 
Carty 
Schmidt Frederick, blacksmith, B. R. 

R. r. 46 Walters 
Schmidt Harald, elk.Rudolph Schmidt, 

bds. 191 E. Wash. 
Schmidt John, stone cutter, bds. 57 E. 

South 
Schmidt Leonard, brewer, r. 29 W. 

McCarty 
Schmidt L. S. bds. Union Hall 



Schmidt Ludwfg, boot maker, Adolph 

Lion, r. 25 N. 111. 
Schmidt Peter, cabinet maker, Emer- 
son, Beam & Thompson, r. 394 E. 

Market 
Schmidt Robert, tanner, 95 S. N". J. r. 

same 
Schmidt Rudolph, dealer in wines and 

liquors, 125 E. Wash. r. 191 E. Wash. 
Schmidt Samuel, driver, Citizens' 

Street R. W. 
Schmidt William, butcher, 221 Mass. 

av. r. 23 Peru 
Schmitd Jacob, cigar maker, r. 42 Ray 
Schmitt George, lab. r. 220 P. R. R. 
Schmitt Leonard, brewer, r. 29 W. Me 

Carty. 
Schmitt Nicholas, cigar maker, Chas. 

C. Hunt, r. 27 W. McCarty 
Schmoll Fred, wood worker, G. Lowe 
Schmuck Peter, elk, r. al. bet. Wash. 

Market, Ala. and N. J. 
Schmucker Louis, cabinet maker, 

Spiegel, Thorns & Co. bds. 253 N. 

Noble 
Schneider Anton, brewer, Christian F. 

Schmidt 
Schneider Conrad, beer driver, N. 

Gagg& Co. 213 S. Penn. 
Schneider Courad, carpenter, r. 247 N. 

Liberty 
Schneider Jacob, shoe maker, r. 121 E. 

Ohio 
Schneider John, Phenix Bell and Brass 

Foundry, r. 190 S. East 
Schneider Paul, watchman, Ferguson's 

pork house, r. 124 Bluff rd. 
Schneider Peter, lab. r.127 E.St. Mary 
Sc'nnull Henry J. vice pres. Merchant's 

National Bank, r. 124 N.Ala. 
Shoecraft Alvarian, barber, r. 67 Eddy 
Schoeley Albert, student, Gregory's 

National Business College of 

Trade, 24)^ E. Wash. 
Schoemaker F. salesman, Spann & 

Smith. i\ East, bet. Wash, and 

Market 
Schoena Charles, actor, German Thea- 
tre, bds. Sheridan House 
Schoettle Christian, (Schoettle & Mar- 

mont) r. 102 S. 111. 
SCHOETTLE & MARMONT, (Christ- 
ian Schoettle and Hugo Marmont) 

saloon, 102 S. 111. 
Schoffner Albert, hostler, Sullivan & 

Drew, 10 E. Pearl 
Sehofield George W. student, N. W. C. 

University 
Scholield James J. student, Bryant. 

Stratton & Co.'s Commercial and 

Business College, Blackford's blk. 
Scholield Sabra, teacher, r. Institute 

for Blind 
Scholts Joseph, lab. McCord fc Wheat- 
ley 



Shoe Boxes made at Shurtleff & Macauley's, 



Parlor Pianos. Manufactory 161 East Washington Street. 



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Scholtz John, blacksmith. Sinker & Co. 
Scholtz Louis, r. 247 N. East 
Scholtzhauer Ada in, grocer, 147 N. 

Liberty, r. same 
Schomberg William, shoe mkr. 25 X. 

N. J. r. 31 Davidson 
Schonacker A. D.Mrs r. 490 N. Miss. 
Schonacker Louis, messenger, T. II. & 

I. R. R. Co. bds. 490 N". Miss. 
Sehoolcroft Wm.